2013-2014

The IMAGINE Speaker Series presents: Daphne Oz '08

Daphne Oz is a New York Times bestselling author, natural foods chef, and cohost of ABC's hit lifestyle series, The Chew. A graduate of Princeton University, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and the Natural Gourmet Institute, Oz is The Chew's fresh face of health and resident practical tipster, sharing helpful information and her unique personal insights for fun, stylish--and above all--delicious living!

Insider's Look at Diverse Business Careers Networking Night

Clare Premo '10 has organized a networking night with alumni who represent different positions in business organizations, ranging from communications, marketing/branding, technology, consulting, healthcare, entrepreneurial, theater management and others. If you are interested in business and are not sure where to start, this informal networking event is for you!

HEC Paris Business School Information Session (MBA, Summer School Program) with Elyse Michaels-Berger '95

Elyse Michaels-Berger '95, HEC Paris Director of Short-term programs, will present HEC Paris offerings: MBA, Masters, and Summer School Programs. The presentation will be followed by a Question and Answer session. Several Princeton graduates have chosen to study there, and other Princeton alumni are currently professors on the HEC Executive Management Team. The Financial Times has rated it the #1 European Business School (2013) and the #1 Masters in Finance Pre-experience Worldwide (2013).

Canceled - Sophomores: Discover & Optimize Your Strengths

Princeton students already excel at a lot of things! But how do you identify and describe those things when you are asked, "What are your strengths?" Career Services invites sophomores to apply to take part in a special program designed just for sophomores to help you discover and optimize your strengths as your pursue a wide range of activities and opportunities on-campus and beyond.

Canceled - Sophomores: Discover & Optimize Your Strengths

Princeton students already excel at a lot of things! But how do you identify and describe those things when you are asked, "What are your strengths?" Career Services invites sophomores to apply to take part in a special program designed just for sophomores to help you discover and optimize your strengths as you pursue a wide range of activities and opportunities on-campus and beyond.

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