School of Business hosts virtual workshops for students  

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The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business’ Office of Student Success kicked off the semester with a workshop on Organizing Your Semester, the first workshop in an ongoing Academic Workshop series. The event was available to students virtually and in-person, with over 25 students in attendance overall. The workshop shared with students applicable and relevant tips for prioritizing tasks, balancing responsibilities, managing time and staying organized throughout the semester.  

Maggie Warren, a Business Administration major and MBA student said, “The Organizing Your Semester Workshop was a great way to start off the school year. It was a fun and engaging experience that allowed me to teach freshman students tips and tricks I have learned over the past three years about prioritizing tasks and getting into a routine.”

“In a time when higher education looks a lot different than it did a year ago, it is so important to give our students all the same resources and support that we always have,” says Director of Leadership and Student Success Renee Green. “I am excited to have in-person and virtual opportunities to connect with students and, while challenging at times, there are many new tools and resources we have been able to utilize through technology. Students come to Campbell to be known and guided to grow – and we are more committed to that than ever.”  

To maintain social distance and safety measures, while still offering academic & professional support and experiences, the Business School has planned a number of live virtual workshops, seminars, and guest speakers. This includes academic workshops, leadership speakers, alumni mentoring, career development seminars, mock interviews, and internship/job interviews. More information on upcoming events can be found on the school’s social media accounts and website.