What our students are saying
Susana Li, BA/BS+MBA program alumna:
"As a student majoring in biology for my undergraduate studies, the combined degree MBA program broadened my views and brought about endless career opportunities. Long lasting friendships and networks were built while preparing hands-on projects that reinforced and complemented the educational material taught in class. I believe that the projects provided me with real life job experience that helped greatly when starting my career.
I currently work as a Retail Bank Management Associate for HSBC, a global leader in the finance industry.
I would definitely recommend any business program provided by the College of Business at Stony Brook to my colleagues and friends. The faculty and staff are very dedicated to their work. You get the sense that they want to pass on their knowledge and business experiences once you walk into the classrooms. There is a lot of room for interactive learning, networking and pure fun once you open your heart to the opportunities that are out there."
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SB Student Wins DMALI Marketing Scholarship
At a luncheon held in May, the Direct Marketing Association of Long Island (DMALI) announced their latest scholarship recipient, Julia Lee, a sophomore at Stony Brook majoring in marketing.
"DMALI is very proud to award this year's scholarship to such a high-achieving and well-regarded student," said Denise Armstrong, co-chair of DMALI's Scholarship Committee. "She has shown commitment and passion in her studies and her work experience, and we believe Julia has a bright future ahead in the marketing industry. We hope she will continue to strive for marketing excellence as she pursues her career goals," said Armstrong. See more.
Center for Behavioral Finance launches website: The Center for Behavioral Finance at Stony Brook University brings together researchers from different disciplines to conduct research in behavioral finance. We aim at producing cutting-edge research in all fields of behavioral finance and (financial) decision making, mostly using experiments, publishable in top-tier journals in finance, judgment and decision making and psychology.