College of Business offer new course on trading and investments which is open for nonbusiness students. This hands-on learning course introduces principles of trading and investment using StockTrak Virtual Trading Platform and Bloomberg Terminals. Student will learn real life investing through simulation, participate in trading competition and obtain Bloomberg Certificate. For more information, click New …

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Call for Chapter Proposals: Introduction African Americans migrated from southern regions of the United States, the Caribbean and Africa during the early 20th century, settling in large urban communities in the Midwestern, Northern and Western regions of the United States. This migration was largely driven by economic conditions as southern sections in the United States …

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Call for Papers: National Association of African American Studies, National Association of Hispanic & Latino Studies, National Association of Native American Studies, and the International Association of Asian Studies 26th Annual National Conference. Deadline November 11, 2017. For more information, click Call for Papers: National Association of African American Studies, National Association of Hispanic & …

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The National Association of African American Studies & Affiliates sponsors an annual research competition that is open to students who are studying in all fields and disciplines. The research review committee awards up to eight (8) prizes that vary from $200 to $1,000. Please review the guidelines and application for entry. Abstracts and applications due …

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The 4-H Unit will host 150 students, teachers and staff from Eisenhower High School (Aldine ISD), 8-2 p.m., Thursday, November 9, 2017 in the Carden-Waller / Cooperative Extension Building. The group will be learning about the CAHS and college admission procedures (i.e., admissions, financial aid, housing, library), participating in CAHS “hands-on” workshops”, touring the campus …

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We are hosting the Internship Boot Camp on campus, again this semester! Employer panelist will be present to talk about the following topics: -Resume importance -Power of networking -Tips for internship interviews -Excelling as an intern (do’s & don’ts) -Being mentally prepared for an internship and the transition into an intern Students can choose to …

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