Graduate students MSIM in costume at conference

The e-commerce students went to a conference run by Netcomm Suisse in Baden. They used the opportunity to talk to various individuals in the digital field. Students dressed up as superheroes and called on the community to dedicate time in educating start-up companies. Trevor Shea noted, “We had a great time mingling with leaders in the e-commerce field. Donating my efforts to a field I am interested in makes me feel like I am a bigger part of it.”

MSIM Students at Peleș Castle.

A group of graduate students in the Master of Science in International Management program took time out to do some independent travel between seminars. Bridgette, Sheng Li, Alixandria Henley, and Vanessa Berruetta traveled to Romania over Halloween, and explored some new cultural territory. They visited Bucharest, and also experienced Dracula's mythical homeland of Transylvania.

MSIM Social Justice Seminar

While the rest of campus went on Academic Travel, the graduate students attended seminars in social responsibility under the guidance of Maria Pereira and Franklin alumna Karina Gerlach, 77’.