COB INC Midterm Week

Hello everyone!

How’s your term going so far?

Feeling stressful? Midterms coming up? Just take a break for a while for our events on week 4 :

1. Board Game Night: Monday, October 15, 2018 at 6 pm at Austin Hall 216. If you guys have a board game or some game interesting just bring it!
2. Football Game Day: Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 1 pm at Beaver Stadium. Meet at the Beaver Store Entrance at 12.45 pm. Link for claim a student ticket : https://ev12.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/EVExecMacro?linkID=oregonst&evm=myac&msgCode=32000&shopperContext=ST&returnURL=/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetGroupList%3FlinkID%3Doregonst%26groupCode%3D%26RSRC%3D%26RDAT%3D%26shopperContext%3DST&url=/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetGroupList%3FlinkID%3Doregonst%26groupCode%3D%26RSRC%3D%26RDAT%3D%26shopperContext%3DST
3. Dinner Night : Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 7 pm at Tarn Tip Monroe. Pay on your own. So, DON’T FORGET TO BRING CASH!

Please come and join us to have fun, meet our members, and get more relaxed!

Have a great night and see you there on Monday & Saturday!

Best,

College of Business International Network Club Officers

COB INC Welcoming Party

Hello everyone!

How’s your first week of school going?

COB International Network Club are having a Welcoming Party which will be held on :

Date : Monday, October 1, 2018
Time : 6 pm
Place : Austin Hall 216

Please come and join us to learn more about our clubs, share your ideas, and get to know each others!

Another things to consider : FREE PIZZA will be provided!

Have a great day and see you there!

Best,

College of Business International Network Club Officers

To become an official member of COB INC club, please go to https://apps.ideal-logic.com/osusli page and search for International Network Club and click & join now

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The Importance of Higher Education in my Journey —Author: Wilberth Gibran Santa Cruz Ruiz

Hi I would like to share our member’s experience of studying abroad. His name is Gibran from Mexico. He is studying in COB MBA program. Comment below if you have some thoughts!

 

 

If someone would have told me one year ago that I would sit in the same stadium in which numerous national and international artists, researchers and public personalities such as Michelle Obama and Harley Jessup production designer for the movie “Coco,” which won the Academy Award this year in the category of Best Animated Feature Film, I would have not believed it. All these people have shaped in some ways the lives of million of people with their ideas and have inspired me and other students to do a better job. You will discover something similar when you study a graduate program in any university around the world. Studying the master in business administration at Oregon State University has been a transformative experience that has impacted me in different fields of my life.

 

I remember that on March 26, 2013 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico at 5:30 pm, after finishing a laboral day, I started searching on my computer the way in which I could improve my future and life. I believed that my perspectives about doing business and the way in which I should have applied my knowledge in chemical engineering were narrow. Studying a graduate program definitely has supported me to learned how to work in multicultural groups, how to think more critically, analyze and execute learning techniques that allowed me to approach complex and challenging problems.

 

I attended business trips, concerts, conferences, music festivals, spoke with entrepreneurs and managers and directors of several companies. I also participated in the men’s volleyball club and the international network club. All these events and skills gained also have supported me to steer my potential toward a field that I am passionate about. Studying a graduate program not only has allowed me to access advanced technology and information, but also supported me to understand how people from different cultures work together to improve and solve challenging problems.

 

My graduate program has been challenging and it is the fact that I have been immersed in a multicultural country that has allowed me to understand how my talents, passion and knowledge could be better applied. Things would have been different whether I had studied a graduate program in my home country. Studying a graduate program abroad is not only a mixture of challenges, emotions and thoughts to be understood, but also a rewarding experience that gives me new tools and confidence to exceed the expectations of my tutors, professors and future employers. Embrace the discomfort is a remarkable phrase that a classmate told me and which made me understand that real world is sometimes tough and my attitude will depend on how I curve challenging circumstances. It has been only through a graduate program that I was able to discover, reflect and put into practice skills that I had not have the chance to apply.

 

I would recommend that you study a graduate program because it is only through this level of education that you will learn and know about the technological advances, new research topics and groundbreaking ideas that are more likely to succeed in the long-term. After one year, I have started some projects that I had in mind and I am more confident that I am able to get better results. I am able to integrate more new honed skills in my resume which prepares me better for the laboral field after finishing the graduate program. This will definitely will make me more valuable in the real world. Studying a graduate program not only will motivate you and inspire you to be a better person and more competent professional, but also will lead you to understand that it is a transformative experience that makes you realize that there is only one chance to live in this world and that you have to enjoy this journey called life.

Welcome back!

Welcome back, everyone! woohoo~

The College of Business International Network Club supports incoming international COB students as they transition into the College and offers a variety of networking and social opportunities that will ensure they have a positive experience. COB Inc also provides opportunity for all College of Business students to build a global network and learn more about different cultures.

 

We welcome COB students to join the COB INC club events and meetings to learn more about this club!

 

Please mark your calendars for the dates below- we look forward to your participation!

 

What: Welcome party for the new incoming exchanges students

When: Wednesday, Sept. 26th 6pm

where: Austin 126 (event room)

 

 

What: Get the Scoop on the College of Business

When: Thursday, September 27 from 8-9pm and Wednesday, October 3 from 7-8pm

Where: Austin Hall Marketplace

Why: This is a good opportunity to learn about our clubs events and discuss resources.

 

To become an official member of COB INC club, please go to https://apps.ideal-logic.com/osusli page, search for International Network Club and click +join now

 

COB INC Facebook page:
Name: International Network Club https://www.facebook.com/groups/105570450008685/

 

COB INC Instagram:
Name: cob.inc
https://www.instagram.com/cob.inc/

 

COB newsletter blog:
http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/cobinc/

 

New students welcome! Save the dates.

If you have any questions, email us on COB.INC@oregonstate.edu or leave the comments below!

COB inc study break meeting with coffee & donuts

In the last COB Inc meeting in the spring term, we will prepare coffee and donuts for COB students and our members, everyone is welcome!! Please take a short break from your studies this week to learn about the COB International Network Club, opportunities for leadership positions (boost your resume), and all the fun we’ll have in 2018-19.

We still have open positions, see position description below!

COB Inc Officer Position Description 

Time:    May 31st, Thursday, 4-5 pm 

Location:     Austin 126

See you then!

 

Welcome to International Network Club of the College of Business! (COBINC)

What is International Network Club?

This is a new club created to support incoming international business and design students as they transition into OSU and the College of Business (whether on an exchange or degree-seeking). COB Inc will offer a variety of networking and social opportunities that will ensure international students have a positive experience while adapting to this new culture and studying at an authentic American university. For domestic students, if you can’t travel abroad (or even if you can), connecting with our international students via COB Inc is a fun way to gain global understanding and develop your international network. All COB Inc members will have opportunities to expand their global network and intercultural understanding through participation in club activities.

 

When are INC meetings?

INC always meets on Monday at 6pm in Austin hall 222

Upcoming events for spring term 2018: 

April 9 : Welcome social with incoming exchange students and all COB Inc members.

April 16 : Game night in the SEC.

April 23 International Pot Luck!!  Always a fun event.

April 30 : Officer voting and cultural presentation night.

Interested in officer positions?
For more information, click here Officer positions. 

Questions? email COB.Inc@oregonstate.edu.

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