Not Just Business

     

In a typical week, about a third of our time is spent in the classroom, a third on extracurriculars and a third on social activities. Sometime in the middle of Fall B, however, the Haas calendar kicks into overdrive as clubs, midterms, birthdays, and the football season all come crashing together. Here is just a snapshot of some of the events that we’re looking forward to this week - and that you can look forward to as a future student at Haas!

Tuesday
Cleantech Outlook for Latin America, a networking event and panel co-hosted by the Latin American and Hispanic Business Association and the Berkeley Energy Resources Collaborative, will take place this Tuesday to introduce their new initiative, "Renewable Energy Latin America."

Jackson Family Wines, owner of Kendall Jackson and Murphy-Goode will be on campus to discuss the marketing of wine across their brand portfolio and to give Haas students an exclusive tasting.

HaasWeek, Haas' satirical student newspaper, will celebrate our phenomenal success this semester with an end-of-the-year dinner at Chez Panisse in Berkeley.

Wednesday
Legal experts from Dorsey and Whitney will speak to the Entrepreneurs Association about the process of incorporating a business and protecting your IP.

The Hub and GSVC are mixing it up at Hub Berkeley, where students and bay areas professionals will meet to discuss creative ideas for social impact.

Thursday
Ron Eldson, author of multiple books on workforce and career development, will discuss "How to Get Buy-in for Change," a session that explores the complex interplay of individual and system factors that effectively guide organizational change.

Both the Black Business Student Association and the Women in Leadership Club are hosting pre-Bar of the Week happy hours in the bay area.

Bar of the Week will turn into a global music dance party, hosted by Global Initiatives at Haas. DJs / Haas students Abhay Nihalani, Adithya Jayachandran, Mateo Bueno and Luis Lopez will spin beats from Africa, South Asia and Latin America at the Bollywood Cafe in San Francisco.

Friday
Del Monte will host the Haas Marketing Club at their downtown offices for a "Day on the Job" trek.

2010 Annual Berkeley Finance Conference will be hosted on campus, where finance professionals and students will come together to discuss the future of Mergers & Acquisitions. Keynote speakers include Inder Singh, VP Corporate Portfolio Management, Long-Range Planning, Mergers & Acquisitions Finance at Cisco Systems, Cynthia Gaylor, Managing Director of Technology Investment Banking for Mergers & Acquisitions at Morgan Stanley, and Read Simmons, a Partner within the Private Equity and Telecommunications, Media & Technology groups at Bain & Company.

The Latin American and Hispanic Business Association will host their Semi-Annual Mojito Party!

Saturday
Big Game!!!! Cal will play Stanford - pardon me, will beat Stanford - in the annual Big Game. After our victory, Haas students will celebrate with a performance by our very own 80s & 90s rock cover band, Jean Claude Van Band

Sunday
We don't know about the rest of Haas, but the only To Dos on our calendars are to 1) sleep in and 2) get ready for next week…

—Marcelo

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