Thursday, March 31, 2011

AIM Program Mission Statement


AIM program director, Dr. David Krause, said, “While we often get caught up on campus with daily events (i.e. lectures, homework, presentations, exams, etc.), it is important that we don't lose sight of the big picture. It is useful to remember the larger mission. Therefore, it is appropriate that we regularly remind ourselves and all of our supporters about the long-term mission and vision of the AIM program.”

 
The Applied Investment Management program, guided by Marquette University’s Jesuit values, provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to integrate the financial principles they are learning, along with relevant internships and investment experiences, so that they may become proficient and ethical investment research analysts in an increasingly globalized and rapidly changing world.


First AIM Class in 2005 with Father Wild

Dr. Krause added, "We've come a long way with the AIM program since we began in 2005. It has been a pleasure to work with many wonderful people at Marquette. It's amazing to see how far we've progressed - and it's useful for us to step back and look at things with a longer-term focus. I believe we are successful in fulfilling our mission."


2008 NYC trip


No comments:

Post a Comment