"We are thrilled to invite you to join our online MA in Statistics Information Sessions led by the Program Directors and administrative staff. The Information Session is perfect for students who want to learn more about our program, admission requirements, curriculum, student support and community, as well as funding opportunities. Additionally, we will have plenty of time for Q&A after the live presentation.
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"FORUM/Diversity is a worldwide faculty and administrator hiring event and professional development symposium.
The goal of this event is twofold: to help those from underrepresented groups find their best-fit jobs, and to offer robust professional development around topics of equity and inclusion in schools. ...
"Join us for office hours in an open Q&A format. This is an informal session for first year undergraduates applying to the First Year Summer Business Analyst role. In this session, you can expect to hear from McKinsey recruiters and consultants who will answer your questions about the FYSBA internship. Please bring your questions about the application process for FYSBA, the internship experience, office...
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"If you're a Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and/or Native American/Alaska Native college freshman, sophomore or junior who's curious about business or management consulting, join us for DiscoverBCG. This four-session, interactive, virtual series will showcase what it’s like to work in a global company, helping ambitous clients...
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