Full-Time MBA Students Travel to Washington, DC
Students in the Full-Time Integrated MBA program traveled to Washington, DC, where they gained knowledge of policy issues and global strategy. The FIMBA students have an unique opportunity to build on their undergraduate business degree and accelerate in their future career.
Graduate: Washington Study
Seidman graduate candidates have the opportunity every summer to join graduate students from around the U.S. for the Washington Campus Program. The Washington Campus consortium includes Arizona State, Berkeley, UCLA, Cornell, Emory, Georgetown, Grand Valley State, Howard, Indiana, Michigan, New Mexico, University of North Carolina, Northeastern, Ohio State, Purdue, University of Texas at Austin, and Texas A&M.
The late William Seidman, former FDIC Chairman and long-standing Grand Valley State benefactor, was a founder of the Washington Campus Program. Students examine the process and issues of federal public policy and how corporations can integrate a public dimension into business strategy.
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