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Pamplin School of Business: Support the Pamplin School
The generous support from our friends and alumni is already helping our students and faculty reach new heights. A few recent examples of how recent donations are making a difference include:
- Supporting the academic disciplines through the hiring of top students as tutors for introductory classes, which allows our faculty to cover more content at a faster rate while still ensuring student success
- Allocating funds for the student-run UP Investment Association to travel to New York City to complete in a national competition
- Subscription to the Financial Accounting Standards Board resources and network for the accounting discipline and students
- Funding campus guest speakers who are well-known experts and business leaders, such as Mike Russo and the participants of the annual Leadership Lecture Series.
In order to continue to grow and build on established success, there are three main areas where your support of our innovative programs and state of the art resources will have the biggest impact are:
Pamplin Professional Development Program (P4)
Our innovative professional development program - the P4 - supports students throughout their academic career by providing them with the skills they need to succeed in today's dynamic professional world. From strength and interest analysis, to mock interviews, resume workshops, and dress for success seminars, and, finally, to job shadows, community service projects, and professional internships, students proactively develop professional skills and know how to market those skills.
Running a successful professional development program - which includes not only the specific activities listed above but also networking events, campus speakers, and alumni engagement - requires annual funding of $30,000. To support the P4, go here and, in the "other" box, write "To support the PSOBA's P4."
Bloomberg Trading Room and Financial Resource Center
Bloomberg is one of the leading global providers of 24-hour financial news and information, including real-time stock quotes. The Pamplin School of Business is proud that we have the largest Trading Room on the west coast, with nine Bloomberg terminals available for student use. Students of all majors use Bloomberg terminals to get historical financial information, company statistics, and market averages. The University of Portland Investment Association (one of the most active student run clubs in the Pamplin School) uses the Bloomberg terminals to research new investments and manage their investment portfolio. Students can also use the Bloomberg terminals to browse thousands of job postings from around the country.
Keeping this amazing resource on campus and available to all students requires annual funding of $50,000. To continue to ensure that future students continue to have the opportunity to work with such state-of-the art facilities, go here and, in the "other" box, write “Pamplin School of Business – Trading Room” in the comments section.
UP provides an opportunity for any student to become involved with numerous student-run organizations, creating opportunities to meet fellow students with similar interests. There are nine active clubs within the PSOBA. Each of these clubs provide students with the opportunity to pursue leadership roles, network with business professionals, gain real life business experience through professional conferences and community projects, and relate business to current ethical and political issues. You can learn about each of these organizations and their activities here.
Some examples of how your donation to PSOBA's student associations might be used include:
- Support students from Alpha Kappa Psi, a nation-wide business fraternity that focuses on developing principle business leaders, as they travel to Reno to attend the Principled Business Leadership Institute.
- Assist the UP Marketing Group with building their club's reputation throughout Portland through promotion and networking events.
- Fund one of the Operation's Management Association's popular meet-and-greet events. These events bring current students and industry professionals together in an informal setting to exchange information and establish important business connections.
If you are interested in supporting these or any club function, click here and, in the "other" box, write “Pamplin School of Business – Student Associations [specific club if desired]” in the comments section.
Pamplin School of Business Fund
By designating your donation to the Pamplin School of Business Fund 1033, you are providing scholarships for study abroad, funding for student attendance at industry conferences, and helping to sustain our innovative curriculum. There are hundreds of others ways you can support our students, to designate your gift to the department or activity of your choice, go here and, in the "other" box, write "Pamplin School of Business Fund - [specific donation, if known]."