Sunday, October 30, 2011

Marquette University’s AIM Program Chicago CIRCLES “Road Show” on Wednesday, November 2nd

You are cordially invited to:  Marquette University’s AIM Program Advisory Chicago CIRCLES “Road Show”
Hosted by Dr. David S. Krause (Applied Investment Management Program Director) 
Wednesday, November 2 

4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Union League Club of Chicago
5th Floor Parlor
65 West Jackson Boulevard

Student write-ups will be distributed on Monday, October 31st (on-line at the AIM Blog and AIM web site)

Please respond to Jennifer Sloan at or (312) 739-2424.

This complimentary reception will immediately precede the Marquette CIRCLES in Chicago event, also located in the Union League Club of Chicago, with roundtable discussions moderated by industry and academic leaders beginning at 6:00 p.m.   If you plan to attend Chicago CIRCLES but have not yet registered you may do so by clicking the link below.

Chicago CIRCLES Program4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
AIM student presentations   
(see above)

5:00 p.m.
5:45 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS (options listed below)
6:45 p.m.
NETWORK Meet and network with Marquette alumni, parents and friends connected to your industry. 

Roundtable Topics and Leaders
Innovation in Urban Education: Cristo Rey and Other Success Stories Robert J. Birdsell, President and CEO, Cristo Rey Network
Bill Henk, Ph.D., Dean, College of Education, Marquette University

Opportunities in Franchising for Prospective Franchisors and Franchisees Carmen D. Caruso, Arts ’80, Attorney, Carmen D. Caruso Law Firm 

The Future of “Made in America” Anthony L. Chirchirillo, Marquette Parent, CEO, Chirch Global Manufacturing, LLC
Douglas A. Fisher, D.B.A., Director, Center for Supply Chain, Marquette University 

The Commercial Real Estate Market: Strategies in a Downturn 
James D. Devine, Bus Ad ’66, Principal, Newcastle Properties, LLC 

Identifying Opportunities in Volatile Markets 
Thomas Digenan, Bus Ad ’86, Managing Director – US Equity Strategist, UBS Global Asset Management
David Krause, Ph.D., Director, Applied Investment Management Program, Marquette University 

Beyond Twitter and Facebook: What’s Next and How to Stand Out as Social Media Gets Crowded Kevin Doohan, Comm ’93, Vice President, Acquity Group 
Kathryn Janicek, Comm ’98, Executive Producer – Social Media Lead, WMAQ NBC5 
Tim Cigelske, Comm ’04, Communication Specialist, Office of Marketing and Communication, Marquette University 

Understanding the Value of Strategic Communications Rick Jasculca, Marquette Parent, Chairman and CEO, Jasculca Terman and Associates, Inc. 

Inspired by Jesuit Education: A Reflection on Your Daily LifeBarbara Mahany, Nurs ’79, Feature Writer, Chicago Tribune
Susan Mountin, Ph.D., Jour ’71, Grad ’94, Director,
Manresa for Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, Marquette University 

Estate Planning Secrets to Protect Your Family, Health and Wealth Robert T. Napier, J.D., Bus Ad ’84, Partner, Robert T. Napier and Associates, P.C.
Catherine Steinhafel, J.D., Law ’89, Director of Development, Planned Giving, Marquette University

Sales Leadership: Selling Value and ROI in a Tough Economy Jim Ryan, Arts ’89, Chief Operating Officer, Flexera Software

Ethics in Health Care: Challenges for Patients, Families, Providers and Systems Clayton Thomason, J.D., M.Div., Chairperson, Department of Religion, Health and Human Values, Rush University Medical Center
Margaret Callahan, C.R.N.A., Ph.D., F.A.A.N., Dean and Professor, College of Nursing, Marquette University

Hiring A-Players: Solve Your Company’s #1 Problem
Craig A. Zoberis, Eng ’90, President and Founder, Fusion Systems 

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