The Gast Business Library will be offering events to help you get through finals!
Therapy dogs will be available for stress relief. These trained, certified therapy dogs give students an opportunity to “paws” for a fun break!
When: Monday, May 4 and Tuesday, May 5 from 1-3pm
Where: Room 13 in the Business Library
We will also be hosting a Night of A Thousand Donuts on Monday, May 4 at 8pm. Get excited for tasty treats and coffee.
The Main Library will also be providing events to help you survive finals!
Questions? Contact Laura Leavitt.
All MSU students are invited to attend the Money Smart Week Financial Resource Fair, designed specifically for college students!
When: April 23, 2015 from 6 pm – 8 pm
Where: Room 300 Human Ecology
Speak to financial professionals about Student Loan Repayment, Credit and Debt Management.
Participate in the Geocache for College Cash competition for a chance to win a statewide scholarship and other prizes, including a football signed by Mark Dantonio!
Snacks will be provided. No pre-registration necessary!
Questions? Email Emily Treptow
The Gast Business Library is now on YouTube. Subscribe to our channel for videos on business concepts, accessing databases and using library databases for research. Thanks to the hard work of Terence O'Neil, additional videos will be added to the current company research series in the coming year.
Questions? Suggestions? Ask a Business Librarian.
The Gast Business Library is conducting a survey to learn more about the use of library services and resources by international business students at MSU.
All responses are completely anonymous. Responses cannot be traced back to the respondent. No personal information is captured unless you voluntarily offer personal or contact information in any of the comment fields.
If you have any questions, please ask Emily Treptow. This survey is 13 questions and should take 5-10 minutes to complete:
Survey link: http://svy.mk/19fyFC9
Please fill out the survey before April 8th. We really appreciate your help. Thank you!
BUS 291: Business Intelligence Resources is a three-credit course being offered in the Fall of 2015. In the course, students will learn how to use advanced web search techniques and specialized business databases and how to critically evaluate information regardless of the source.
Students will be able to significantly reduce the time they spend searching for quality information and gain a competitive edge in class assignments, projects and job searches by taking this course. Designed to more fully prepare sophomores for 300 and 400 level business coursework, the course is also open to juniors and seniors who would like to enhance their research capabilities.
Contact Laura Leavitt at email@example.com or 355-4647 for more information.
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