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September 30, 2015
Osher Creative Corner
Donna Callery, The Lotus Lady
Donna Callery is one of Osher’s most popular lecturers. Her Osher courses on the art, architecture, customs, and culture of China have encouraged many Osher members to learn more about this faraway land.
Did You Know? Osher Interest Groups
From inception of the Osher program more than a decade ago, individuals with interests beyond the classroom have gotten together with like-minded individuals on a regular basis.
Osher Leadership Council and Teams Update
How We Spent Our Summer
By the time you read this, summer will be ending and our new Fall classes will be beginning.
Osher Staff Update
From the Director's Desk
Summer always has a different vibe than the academic school year, but this year the contrast seemed even greater.
Osher's Behind the Scenes at UR
Meet the new dean of the Office of International Education
I recently met with the new Dean of the Office of International Education, Dr. Martha Merritt, to learn more about the involvement her office has with students, faculty and staff.
Osher Members on the Go
Osher Theatre Lovers Group
The Osher Theatre Lovers group came together in June 2014 as a result of interest by Linda Turner in developing a group of Osher members who love live theatre.
Osher Insider Information
Meet the new dean of the School of Professional & Continuing Studies
Dean Jamelle S. Wilson reiterates that education, at all levels, enriches a community. She believes that SPCS offers services and programs that help adults at all points in their lives reach their goals.
September 29, 2015
Faculty-Student Collaborative Research with Dr. Daniel Paik and Cathy Shi, '17
Accounting professor and RSB junior present paper at American Accounting Association annual meeting
Dr. Daniel Paik, assistant professor of accounting, and Cathy Shi, '17, a business student majoring in accounting and math with a concentration in finance, presented their paper, “Extraordinary Items – A Century of Searching for a Workable Method of Reporting,” at the 2015 American Accounting Association (AAA)'s annual meeting.
Tom Bradley, B'85
RSB alumnus named to Investment Advisor's 35 for 35 list
Tom Bradley, B'85, president of retail distribution at TD Ameritrade, has been named to Investment Advisor's 35 for 35 list, marking the most influential people in the independent financial advisory business in the past 35 years.
Yichi Zhang, '13, and McGann | Zhang
RSB graduate looks back on his journey after launching ad firm
Yichi Zhang, '13, co-founder and CEO of McGann | Zhang, a Los Angeles-based advertising agency, writes a blog post about his experiences at the Robins School of Business and how they have prepared him for his advertising career.