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Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Business School
BSBA Undergraduate Programs Newsletter
Volume 12, Issue 13
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • Stay Safe, Stay Healthy
  • Feedback for Remote Learning
  • Webform for Prime BSBAs
  • ISBA Summer 2020 Online Course & Immersion
  • Olin Global Program Opportunities: Photo Contest, Opportunities for Recalled Students, Learn More about Abroad Programs
  • Share Your Olin Experience
  • Bloomberg Certification FREE for Olin Students
  • Olin Freshman Writing Award
  • Bear Studio Presents Best Job-Search Platforms
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

May 10, 9pm CST
Deadline for May 2020 Graduates to Switch Class to P/F (For All Other BSBAs: 9pm, May 15)

May 15
Virtual Commencement

June 15
Last Day to Submit Spring 2021 Olin Study Abroad Application
 
Stay Safe, Stay Healthy

The BSBA Office wishes you the best as you finish up finals! Please do not hesitate to reach out to your advisor over the summer with any questions. If you plan to take summer classes, please work with your four-year advisor for pre-approval. Olin will allow transfer credit for online coursework this summer 2020 due to COVID-19.

We hope you have a safe and healthy summer! And don't forget...

Feedback for Remote Learning

The purpose of this survey to gather your thoughts and attitudes toward the transition to remote learning.
https://wustl.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cIUeo1LJuf0kKfb

Webform for Prime BSBAs

For primary BSBAs who who wish to change any of their courses from grade to P/F status (including non-business courses), please click here. If your primary division is not Olin, please refer to your division's grade change form (also listed within the link).

For non-graduating students, processing grade change requests will not likely occur until the end of May. Thank you for your patience.

ISBA Summer 2020 Online Course & Immersion

Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Israel will be offered on-line in June. This three-credit course examines the Israeli innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem and will allow students to interact with Israeli leaders in the field. The course will cost $1500 and there are scholarships available. There will be an 8-day immersion to Israel in January as an optional part of the course, space is limited. To learn more about the academic/immersive specifics of this opportunity and to register, please contact Dean Malter, malter@wustl.edu.

Olin Global Program Opportunities

Photo Contest
Every year Olin Global Programs asked students to submit pictures for a photo contest, and this year was no different! These photos document the beautiful cities our students studied and traveled, along with the fun times they had with their friends, new and old. Vote for your favorites by liking the photos!
Olin Global Programs Photo Contest
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Opportunities for Recalled Students
May 7th 12:00pm EST – 1:00pm EST: Communicating Your Experience Abroad for Future Opportunities. Featuring Atif Toor, Creative Director, and Jodi Sanger, Research Analyst, IIE. Register for webinar.

Reminder: Spring 2021 Application Deadline: June 15th
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Learn More about Abroad Programs
Step 1: Visit https://olinwustl.campusgroups.com/bsbaglobal/about/ to learn more about Olin’s abroad programs.
Step 2: Questions? Contact the appropriate Global Programs Advisor:
Sara Stratton: Australia, Argentina/Chile, Denmark, Ireland, The Netherlands, France/Italy, Spain (Madrid)
Maureen Wysocki: Asia Pacific Internship, London Internship, China, Germany, Israel, Italy, Singapore, Spain (Barcelona)

Share Your Olin Experience

Looking to connect and support Olin? As you may know, Olin is pursuing the “triple crown” – accreditation from the three top accreditation bodies in business school education in the world. We are accredited by AACSB and AMBA and are working on the third – EQUIS. EQUIS requires a student report to gather direct input from students. We are looking for a diverse and representative group of students to answer specific questions from EQUIS. This would be a great opportunity to connect with students from all of Olin’s programs and discuss your experiences. If you are interested in participating, please email Shannon Reid, Strategic Initiatives Analyst in the Dean’s Office, at swreid@wustl.edu with your name, program, and year.

Bloomberg Certification FREE for Olin Students

Interested in learning more about financial markets? Bloomberg Market Concepts is a self-paced e-learning course available to all prime BSBAs for free.

BSBAs can currently take the BMC exam in the following link (please use your WUSTL email): https://portal.bloombergforeducation.com/login


When the Library opens, students must take the exam in one of the Bloomberg PCs (Financial lab) in Kopolow Business Library in Simon Hall.

Olin Freshman Writing Award

Olin is pleased to announce this year's competition for the Art and Marge McWilliams Freshman Writing Award. Mr. and Mrs. McWilliams, who are alumni and great friends of Washington University and the Olin Business School, established the Freshman Writing Award to recognize and promote good writing being done by undergraduates in Olin.

Papers may be on any topic and up to 10 pages, although quality and NOT QUANTITY is the criterion by which papers will be judged. While most students choose to submit a paper they have written for College Writing, papers may be from any course or an essay written for some purpose other than coursework. Only first-year students currently enrolled in the Olin Business School are eligible. Students may only submit one paper.

The deadline for submitting papers is Friday, May 8th. The winner will receive $100, a certificate, and recognition throughout Olin.

Papers should be submitted to Yoon Groves (yoon.groves@wustl.edu). Please submit a clean copy with no comments on the paper. Please put your name, WUSTL email address, and student ID number on a separate title page but NOT ON THE BODY of the paper itself.

Bear Studios Presents Best Job-Search Platforms

Are you seeking full-time, part-time, freelance, or internship opportunities? Bear Studios developed a resource guide for their peers seeking work that is continually updated with new resources.
Find it here!

Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095






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BSBA Undergraduate Programs Newsletter
Volume 12, Issue 12
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Quick Links
Olin Blog
Campus Groups 
On-Call Schedule
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • WashU Crisis Response Fund for Students
  • Feedback for Remote Learning
  • Wishing the Best on Finals!
  • Updated Spring 2020 P/F Policy, Fall 2020 Prerequisite Checks
  • ISBA Summer 2020 Online Course & Immersion
  • Share Your Olin Experience
  • CELect Student Application Now Open
  • Olin Freshman Writing Award
  • Congratulations to Proud Network!
  • Bear Studio Presents Best Job-Search Platforms
  • Washington University Consulting Association Virtual Case Partner Program
  • Free Bloomberg Subscription
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

April 27 - May 6
Reading and Final Exams

April 29, 5pm CST
Last Day to Submit a Request for WashU Crisis Fund

May 15
Virtual Commencement

June 15
Last Day to Submit Spring 2021 Olin Study Abroad Application
 
 
WashU Crisis Response Fund for Students

The Fund is designed to provide financial resources for WashU students who, as a result of unexpected additional costs or loss of income, need emergency financial support to pay for essential needs, such as housing, food, and medicine, between May 1st and May 15th.

Please visit https://webportalapp.com/sp/login/washu-studentcovidfund-may for details. The deadline to submit a request for a stipend is tomorrow, April 29th at 5:00pm CST. If you have questions about the Fund, please email studentcovidfund@wustl.edu.
 

Feedback for Remote Learning

The purpose of this survey to gather your thoughts and attitudes toward the transition to remote learning. Please note that the answers collected in this survey are anonymous.

https://wustl.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cIUeo1LJuf0kKfb

 
Wishing the Best on Finals!

The Olin Undergraduate Programs Office wishes each of you the best as you prepare for finals.

With the stress of finals and the pandemic, please see the resources below regarding stress and relaxation techniques:
Stress Resources | Relaxation Techniques | How to Handle Exam Stress During the Pandemic

Please do not hesitate to reach out to your advisor over the summer with any questions. We hope you have a productive, safe, and healthy summer!
 
Updated Spring 2020 P/F Policy

The deadline for students to switch a Spring 2020 course from letter grade to pass/fail when offered as a valid grade option has been extended. You will be able to request this through the webform from your prime division.

*For May 2020 degree candidates: the deadline to switch a Spring 2020 course to P/F is 9:00pm CST on May 10th. This deadline will allow sufficient time to finalize degree information, including Honors, in time for degree conferral and diploma production. Requests to switch a course to pass/fail after May 10th will not be possible.

*For all other students: the deadline to switch a Spring 2020 course to P/F is 9:00pm CST on May 15th. If a grade in a course is not posted by May 15th, students may request to switch that course to P/F until 9:00pm on the 7th day after the grade was posted.

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Fall 2020 Prerequisite Checks

Prerequisite checks will be delayed for the fall 2020 until all grades are in after May 15th.
 

ISBA Summer 2020 Online Course & Immersion

Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Israel will be offered on-line in June. This three-credit course examines the Israeli innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem and will allow students to interact with Israeli leaders in the field. The course will cost $1500 and there are scholarships available. There will be an 8-day immersion to Israel in January as an optional part of the course, space is limited. To learn more about the academic/immersive specifics of this opportunity and to register, please contact Dean Malter, malter@wustl.edu.

 

Share Your Olin Experience

Looking to connect and support Olin? As you may know, Olin is pursuing the “triple crown” – accreditation from the three top accreditation bodies in business school education in the world. We are accredited by AACSB and AMBA and are working on the third – EQUIS. EQUIS requires a student report to gather direct input from students. We are looking for a diverse and representative group of students to answer specific questions from EQUIS. This would be a great opportunity to connect with students from all of Olin’s programs and discuss your experiences. If you are interested in participating, please email Shannon Reid, Strategic Initiatives Analyst in the Dean’s Office, at swreid@wustl.edu with your name, program, and year.

 
CELect Student Application Now Open

Application Deadline: Friday, May 15th

Would you like to make an impact with start-ups in the St. Louis area? The CEL Entrepreneurial Consulting Team (CELect) is taking applications for students interested in learning more and working in the entrepreneurial space. Check out CEL Campus Groups page or click here for the application link FL20 CELect Student Application.
 

Olin Freshman Writing Award

Olin is pleased to announce this year's competition for the Art and Marge McWilliams Freshman Writing Award. Mr. and Mrs. McWilliams, who are alumni and great friends of Washington University and the Olin Business School, established the Freshman Writing Award to recognize and promote good writing being done by undergraduates in Olin.

Papers may be on any topic and up to 10 pages, although quality and NOT QUANTITY is the criterion by which papers will be judged. While most students choose to submit a paper they have written for College Writing, papers may be from any course or an essay written for some purpose other than coursework. Only first-year students currently enrolled in the Olin Business School are eligible. Students may only submit one paper.

The deadline for submitting papers is Friday, May 8th. The winner will receive $100, a certificate, and recognition throughout Olin.

Papers should be submitted to Yoon Groves (yoon.groves@wustl.edu). Please submit a clean copy with no comments on the paper. Please put your name, WUSTL email address, and student ID number on a separate title page but NOT ON THE BODY of the paper itself.

 
Congratulations to Proud Network!

Head over to Campus Life's Facebook to hear Proud Network being presented with the New Student Group of the Year! The Undergraduate Programs Office is excited for and sends a huge congratulations to all members of Proud Network!
 

Bear Studios Presents Best Job-Search Platforms

Are you seeking full-time, part-time, freelance, or internship opportunities? Bear Studios developed a resource guide for their peers seeking work that is continually updated with new resources.
Find it here!

 

Washington University Consulting Association (WUCA) Virtual Case Partner Program

Washington University Consulting Association (WUCA) is a student-run club focused on preparing undergraduates for a career in business consulting. WUCA provides students with a comprehensive introduction to the consulting industry, while also training students for success in the case interview process.

Sign-ups are open for WUCA's virtual case partner program. Complete the questionnaire below before May 8th to be matched with another student to practice cases in preparation for fall recruiting: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeUEyZ6R35gW5064X7KkbSrncHaIHj89MxsTog5r8Xl7SC8Fg/viewform?usp=sf_link

Connect with us on LinkedIn and Facebook. Please reach out to any of the WUCA leadership team with any questions!
Rachel Wang (rachel.wang@wustl.edu) | Alyssa Karchmer (a.karchmer@wustl.edu)

 
Free Bloomberg Subscription

Bloomberg Media is offering free subscriptions to college and grad students worldwide for three months starting Wednesday, April 22nd. You will have free access to Bloomberg.com and its mobile app until July 31st.

Details: Students can register with their university address for verification. Free subscriptions will not include access to The Information, which Bloomberg began offering bundled subscriptions to earlier this year.
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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BSBA Undergraduate Programs Newsletter
Volume 12, Issue 11
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Quick Links
Olin Blog
Campus Groups 
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • How to Switch a Class to P/F or Credit
  • Spring 2020 Updates: Dean's List & Summer Coursework
  • Impact of Pass/Fail on the CPA
  • ISBA Summer 2020 Online Course & Immersion
  • Olin Global Program Opportunities: Photo Contest, Spring 2021 Required Course, Spring 2021 Application
  • CELect Student Application Now Open
  • Olin Freshman Writing Award
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Drop a Course with No Permanent Transcript Notation (All withdraws prior to March 13 will retain their "W" transcript notation)

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Change Grade Option to or from Pass/Fail and Graded Credit
 
How to Switch a Class to P/F or Credit

As the deadline to switch to P/F and/or Credit is quickly approaching this Friday, April 24th at 9:00pm CST, please review: How to switch a course to P/F.
 
 
Spring 2020 Updates

Olin has suspended the Dean’s List honor for this spring 2020.

Reminder: Please work with your four-year advisor to pre-approve any summer coursework. Olin will allow transfer credit for online coursework this summer 2020 due to COVID-19.
 
 
Impact of Pass/Fail on the CPA

For students considering sitting for the CPA with questions regarding the P/F policy for each state for this spring, click the link below from the AICPA:

https://www.aicpa.org/content/dam/aicpa/advocacy/state/downloadabledocuments/coronavirus-state-cpa-profession-and-licensure-status.pdf

 

ISBA Summer 2020 Online Course & Immersion

Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in Israel will be offered on-line in June. This three-credit course examines the Israeli innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem and will allow students to interact with Israeli leaders in the field. The course will cost $1500 and there are scholarships available. There will be an 8-day immersion to Israel in January as an optional part of the course, space is limited. To learn more about the academic/immersive specifics of this opportunity please contact Dean Malter, malter@wustl.edu, to register for the course please contact April Tate, April.Tate@wustl.edu.

 

Olin Global Program Opportunities

Study Abroad Photo Contest


Share your study abroad photos with us! We want to celebrate the international experiences that were cut short due to COVID-19 this semester. Submit your abroad photos by April 27th to win prizes and have your photos shared with the Olin community!
https://forms.gle/djNg396j6kSKNqGq6
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Spring 2021 Required Course

Are you planning to participate in an Olin Abroad Program in Spring 2021? You must enroll in B99 INTL 300A, Planning for International Learning, a .5 credit graded course. This course has two sections -
Section 1: Friday 11:00-12:20pm; Section 2: Friday 1:00-2:20pm.

You will be assigned a section based on your admitted study abroad program. Please keep these two times on Fridays open in your Fall 2020 schedule.

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Spring 2021 Application

The spring 2021 application deadline has been extended to June 15th.

Check out our Olin Global Programs page here to start the process. Interested in hearing about the study abroad experience from the student perspective? Reach out to our Global Ambassadors.

 
CELect Student Application Now Open

Application Deadline: Friday, May 15th

Would you like to make an impact with start-ups in the St. Louis area? The CEL Entrepreneurial Consulting Team (CELect) is taking applications for students interested in learning more and working in the entrepreneurial space. Check out CEL Campus Groups page or click here for the application link FL20 CELect Student Application.
 

Olin Freshman Writing Award

Olin is pleased to announce this year's competition for the Art and Marge McWilliams Freshman Writing Award. Mr. and Mrs. McWilliams, who are alumni and great friends of Washington University and the Olin Business School, established the Freshman Writing Award to recognize and promote good writing being done by undergraduates in Olin.

Papers may be on any topic and up to 10 pages, although quality and NOT QUANTITY is the criterion by which papers will be judged. While most students choose to submit a paper they have written for College Writing, papers may be from any course or an essay written for some purpose other than coursework. Only first-year students currently enrolled in the Olin Business School are eligible. Students may only submit one paper.

The deadline for submitting papers is Friday, May 8th. The winner will receive $100, a certificate, and recognition throughout Olin.

Papers should be submitted to Yoon Groves (yoon.groves@wustl.edu). Please submit a clean copy with no comments on the paper. Please put your name, WUSTL email address, and student ID number on a separate title page but NOT ON THE BODY of the paper itself.

 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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BSBA Undergraduate Programs Newsletter
Volume 12, Issue 10
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Quick Links
Olin Blog
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Twitter

In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • Fall 2020 Registration Reminder
  • Spring 2020 Dean's List Update
  • ATTENTION: Class of 2020 Graduates!
  • Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application
  • BAP Online Accounting Tutoring
  • CEL Opportunities: 1.5-Credit Summer Class, Fellowship Application, CELect Student Application Now Open
  • Weston Career Center: BSBA Team Channels
  • 4th Annual Shakespeare at Olin
  • Leadership Luncheon: Self-Leadership During Change, Disruption, and Uncertainty
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Drop a Course with No Permanent Transcript Notation (All withdraws prior to March 13 will retain their "W" transcript notation)

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Change Grade Option to or from Pass/Fail and Graded Credit
 
Fall 2020 Registration Reminder

Class of 2020: Tuesday, April 14th
Class of 2021: Monday, April 20th
Class of 2022: Tuesday, April 21st
Class of 2023: Wednesday, April 22nd

Reminder: Please work with your four-year advisor to pre-approve any summer coursework. Olin will allow transfer credit for online coursework this summer 2020 due to COVID-19.

As the deadline to switch to P/F and/or Credit is quickly approaching, please review: How to switch a course to P/F
 
Spring 2020 Dean's List Update

Olin is suspending the Dean’s List honor for this spring 2020.
 
 

ATTENTION: Class of 2020 Graduates!

Honoring exceptional faculty and peers is a special part of our graduation recognition. Each year, Olin students vote to determine the recipients of several annual student and faculty awards. I trust you will want to make the time to vote using the link below. Votes will be accepted until today, Tuesday, April 14th at 5:00pm.

Click here to vote for BSBA Awards

 

Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application

The spring 2021 application deadline has been extended to June 15th.

Check out our Olin Global Programs page here to start the process. Interested in hearing about the study abroad experience from the student perspective? Reach out to our Global Ambassadors.

 
BAP Online Accounting Tutoring

BAP has developed an Online Tutoring Program via Facebook. You can post questions in this group for a member to answer. Available to students who need assistance in ACCT 2610, 2620, 3610, and 3620. Join the Facebook Group and contact ruizhicheng@wustl.edu with any questions.
 
CEL Opportunities

1.5-Credit Summer Class

A new 1.5-credit course will offer you the chance to work on a team-based consulting project with a corporation, non-profit, or startup organization. To learn more, tune in to the webinar at 4:00pm CST on Thursday, April 16th. This webinar will also be recorded. Feel free to submit questions ahead of time. Open to all BSBAs.
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CEL Fellowship Application

Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 15th at midnight

The CEL Fellowship, an invaluable leadership and learning opportunity, is accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic year. Please have a current resume and cover letter that would describe your unique qualifications for the Fellowship prepared. Those selected will be notified by April 27th and receive the schedule for orientation.

Fall 2020 CEL Fellowship Application
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CELect Student Application Now Open

Application Deadline: Friday, May 15th

Would you like to make an impact with start-ups in the St. Louis area? The CEL Entrepreneurial Consulting Team (CELect) is taking applications for students interested in learning more and working in the entrepreneurial space. Check out CEL Campus Groups page or click here for the application link FL20 CELect Student Application.
 
 
4th Annual Shakespeare at Olin

The 4th annual Shakespeare at Olin is going to look a bit different this year. The virtual event will be on Facebook live on April 16th at noon. One thing will be the same - it will be a whole lot of fun watching Dean Taylor and the Dean’s Players pay tribute to the Bard of Avon.
olin.wustl.edu/landing/shakespeare

Go to Olin's Facebook page on the 16th and join us live from wherever you are! Learn more and RSVP here to get a reminder from Facebook to tune in.
https://www.facebook.com/events/641145573335325/
 

Leadership Luncheon: Self-Leadership During Change, Disruption, and Uncertainty

Join us virtually on Monday, April 20th at 12:00pm.

In the current environment, stability and certainty are "out the window". Adaptability and flexibility are critical to effectively managing continuous change, disruption, and uncertainty. Utilizing the current COVID-19 challenges as a case study, this session offers frameworks and exercises to help you develop and actualize strategies to lead effectively in disruptive times.

For more information on the event or to RSVP, please visit our CampusGroups page. Attendance is limited. Please email Rachel Tolliver at rtolliver@wustl.edu with any questions.

 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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BSBA Undergraduate Programs Newsletter
Volume 12, Issue 9
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Quick Links
Olin Blog
Campus Groups 
On-Call Schedule
Olin Website 
Twitter

In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • WashU Crisis Response Fund for Students
  • ATTENTION: Class of 2020 Graduates!
  • 100 Best & Brightest Business Majors of 2020
  • New: Business of Presidential Elections
  • Remote Tutoring Resources
  • CEL Fellowship Application
  • Leadership Luncheon: Self-Leadership During Change, Disruption, and Uncertainty
  • Harvard Business School Diversity & Opportunity Initiatives
  • Lunch and Learn Tableau
  • Stay Up to Date with Habif
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

April 7, 5pm CST

Last Day to Submit a Request for WashU Crisis Fund

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Drop a Course with No Permanent Transcript Notation (All withdraws prior to March 13 will retain their "W" transcript notation)

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Change Grade Option to or from Pass/Fail and Graded Credit
 
WashU Crisis Response Fund for Students

The Fund is designed to provide financial resources for WashU students who, as a result of unexpected additional costs or loss of income, need emergency financial support to pay for essential needs, such as housing, food, and medicine, between March 15th, 2020 and April 30th, 2020. In mid-April, the University will reassess the Fund’s capacity to determine whether it will be possible to provide further support to students beyond April 30th.

Please visit https://webportalapp.com/sp/login/washu-studentcovidfund for details. The deadline to submit a request for a stipend is today, April 7th, 2020 at 5:00pm CST. If you have questions about the Fund or would like to check in on the status of your application, please email studentcovidfund@wustl.edu.
 

ATTENTION: Class of 2020 Graduates!

Honoring exceptional faculty and peers is a special part of our graduation recognition. Each year, Olin students vote to determine the recipients of several annual student and faculty awards. I trust you will want to make the time to vote using the link below. Votes will be accepted until Tuesday, April 14th at 5:00pm.

Click here to vote for BSBA Awards

 
100 Best & Brightest Business Majors of 2020

Please join us in congratulating two of our very own, Yaseen Ali and Charlyn Moss, on being named to Poets and Quants' 100 Best & Brightest Business Majors of 2020!

To read their student profiles, please see the link below:
https://poetsandquantsforundergrads.com/2020/04/05/100-best-brightest-business-majors-of-2020/
 
New: Business of Presidential Elections

Business of Presidential Elections course will examine the intersection of business and political science as it applies 2020 presidential election and past presidential elections. The course will examine this through the lens of entrepreneurship and business and how the strategy, finance, marketing/branding, organizational development, and other concepts apply to the race. It will involve guest presenters, policy examination, and class activities around the debates and elections.
 
Remote Tutoring Resources

Online Tutoring through BSBA


If you or someone you know is looking for extra help in any of the classes below, virtual tutoring is available. Please see the BSBA Campus Groups page to request a tutor for one or more classes below:
MEC 290, DAT 120, ACCT 2610, ACCT 2620, MGT 100 (availability may be limited), Math 132 (availability may be limited), DAT 121, and FIN 340
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BAP Online Tutoring

BAP has developed an Online Tutoring Program via Facebook Group that can be extremely effective in these unusual circumstances. You can post questions in this group for one of our members to answer.

Available to students who need assistance in ACCT 2610, ACCT 2620, ACCT 3610, and ACCT 3620. Pease join the Facebook Group here and contact ruizhicheng@wustl.edu with any questions.
 
CEL Fellowship Application

Deadline: Wednesday, April 15th at midnight

The CEL Fellowship, an invaluable leadership and learning opportunity, is accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic year. Please have a current resume and cover letter that would describe your unique qualifications for the Fellowship prepared. Those selected will be notified by April 27th and receive the schedule for orientation.

Fall 2020 CEL Fellowship Application
 

Leadership Luncheon: Self-Leadership During Change, Disruption, and Uncertainty

Join us virtually on Monday, April 20th at 12:00pm.

In the current environment, stability and certainty are "out the window". Adaptability and flexibility are critical to effectively managing continuous change, disruption, and uncertainty. Utilizing the current COVID-19 challenges as a case study, this session offers frameworks and exercises to help you develop and actualize strategies to lead effectively in disruptive times.

For more information on the event or to RSVP, please visit our CampusGroups page. Attendance is limited. Please email Rachel Tolliver at rtolliver@wustl.edu with any questions.

 
Harvard Business School Diversity & Opportunity Initiatives

For more information on each program, watch the College Programs Webinar.

Summer Venture in Management: A one-week residential educational program for rising college seniors designed to increase diversity and opportunity in business education. Designed for students from backgrounds historically underrepresented in business. Applications are due Tuesday, April 21st.

Peek Weekend: For rising juniors/seniors and graduating seniors. Participate in famous case method classes, live on campus, meet current students and alumni, and get a peek into the MBA experience. Preference given to students who have not had academic or professional exposure (including internships) to business or business-related fields. Applications are due Tuesday, April 21st.

2+2 Program: A deferred admission process for current students, either in college or full-time masters programs. Application deadline has been changed to June 1st, 2020.
 
Lunch and Learn Tableau

Join us for four free lunch-time seminars to help you turn data into dazzling displays.

Dates: April 8th, 13th, 21st, and 29th
Time: 11:00am-1:30pm
How: Connect here to the instructor’s website for links
Follow the “prepare for the workshops” download steps.
Then the day of the workshop, click “join the event”.
 

Stay Up to Date with Habif

Keep up with key physical and mental health promotion messages in these trying times via the below outlets:
Instagram: @washu_habif | Facebook: facebook.com/WashUHabif | Twitter: @WashU_Habif |CampusWell: https://washu.campuswell.com/category/campus/

 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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Volume 12, Issue 8
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • Academic Integrity Reminder from Dean LaRose
  • WashU Crisis Response Fund for Students
  • Important Updates on Resources
  • Updated Fall 2020 Registration Dates
  • Update on P/F Impact of CPA Eligibility
  • New Business of Presidential Elections Course
  • Olin's Tutoring Program Continues
  • BAP Online Tutoring Program
  • Lunch and Learn Tableau
  • Stay Up to Date with Habif
  • WashU Recovery Group Support
  • Additional Mental Health Resources
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

April 6
Last Day to Drop a Mini-B Course With No Permanent Record Notation

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Drop a Course with No Permanent Transcript Notation (All withdraws prior to March 13 will retain their "W" transcript notation)

April 24, 9pm CST
Last Day to Change Grade Option to or from Pass/Fail and Graded Credit
 

Academic Integrity Reminder from Dean LaRose

In this difficult time, we are at our best when we support one another. It is critical that we all adhere to our code of conduct. Please review Integrity Matters if you need a refresher. Please ensure that you understand what collaboration and materials are acceptable for every assignment. When unsure, please ask for clarification from your faculty in advance of any work or collaboration. Your academic advisors are here to help, please reach out or schedule a virtual meeting using our links.

 
WashU Crisis Response Fund for Students

The Fund is designed to provide financial resources for WashU students who, as a result of unexpected additional costs or loss of income, need emergency financial support to pay for essential needs, such as housing, food, and medicine, between March 15th, 2020 and April 30th, 2020. In mid-April, the University will reassess the Fund’s capacity to determine whether it will be possible to provide further support to students beyond April 30th.

Please visit https://webportalapp.com/sp/login/washu-studentcovidfund for details. The deadline to submit a request for a stipend is Tuesday, April 7th, 2020. If you have questions about the Fund or would like to check in on the status of your application, please email studentcovidfund@wustl.edu.
 
Important Updates on Resources

Stay up to date on resources and information that becomes available here. On this page, you will find links to submit a question for the FAQ page, the Information Technology resources, University's COVID-19 FAQ Page, and more. You may be prompted to sign in using your WashU email and password.
 
Updated Fall 2020 Registration Dates

Class of 2021, 2022, and 2023 undergrads who were supposed to register on April 15, 16, and 17 will instead be registering the following week. Your assigned time will not change; this should soon be reflected on WebSTAC.

Class of 2020: Tuesday, April 14th
Class of 2021: Monday, April 20th
Class of 2022: Tuesday, April 21st
Class of 2023: Wednesday, April 22nd

Schedule an appointment with your advisor in the link below.
https://go.oncehub.com/OlinUndergraduateProgramsVirtual
 

Update on P/F Impact of CPA Eligibility for Accounting Majors/Minors

Since the publication of last week's Special Edition, we have been informed that the State Boards of Accountancy of Florida, Illinois, Missouri, New York, and Texas accept P/F grades for accounting and other courses - both business and non-business. Our reading of the California rules indicates it accepts P/F grades.

Those who plan to sit for the CPA Exam for another state may, to be 100% certain, wish to contact the applicable State Board of Accountancy or read its laws and regulations (nasba.org) contains links to each state board). If you have any questions, please contact Dave Pearson at dpearson@wustl.edu.

 

New Business of Presidential Elections Course

Business of Presidential Elections course will examine the intersection of business and political science as it applies 2020 presidential election and past presidential elections. The course will examine this through the lens of entrepreneurship and business and how the strategy, finance, marketing/branding, organizational development, and other concepts apply to the race. It will involve guest presenters, policy examination, and class activities around the debates and elections.

 
Olin's Tutoring Program Continues

If you or someone you know is looking for extra help in any of the classes below, virtual tutoring is available. Please see the BSBA Campus Groups page to request a tutor for one or more classes below:

MEC 290, DAT 120, ACCT 2610, ACCT 2620, MGT 100 (availability may be limited), Math 132 (availability may be limited), DAT 121, and FIN 340

If you have any questions regarding the tutoring process, please contact Analisa Ortiz or Matt Giles.
 

BAP Online Tutoring Program

BAP has developed an Online Tutoring Program via Facebook Group that can be extremely effective in these unusual circumstances. You can post your questions in this group and one of our members will answer.

The BAP Online Tutoring Program is available to students who need assistance in the following courses: ACCT 2610, ACCT 2620, ACCT 3610, and ACCT 3620. If you need help, please join the Facebook Group here. If you have any questions, please contact ruizhicheng@wustl.edu

 
Lunch and Learn Tableau

Join us for four free lunch-time seminars to help you turn data into dazzling displays.

Dates: April 8th, 13th, 21st, and 29th
Time: 11:00am-1:30pm
How: Connect here to the instructor’s website for links
Follow the “prepare for the workshops” download steps.
Then the day of the workshop, click “join the event”.
 

Stay Up to Date with Habif

Keep up with key physical and mental health promotion messages in these trying times via the below outlets:
Instagram: @washu_habif | Facebook: facebook.com/WashUHabif | Twitter: @WashU_Habif |CampusWell: https://washu.campuswell.com/category/campus/

 

WashU Recovery Group Support

Are you or someone you know at WashU in recovery from substance use? If yes, consider joining the WashU Recovery Group Facebook page! This page will be dedicated to providing resources and programming specifically for those in recovery in the WashU community. Because privacy is important, when joining, you'll be required to answer a few questions. This is to ensure the efficacy of the group and to help everyone feel as comfortable as possible. Click the link below to join! If you have specific questions related to recovery or the Facebook group, email recovery@wustl.edu.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/WashURecoveryGroup/

 
Additional Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Guidance for Managing Anxiety
Learn how to stay mentally fit in times of stress.

Therapy Assisted Online
TAO is a seven-to-nine-week, interactive, web-based program that provides well-researched and effective strategies to help overcome anxiety, depression, and other common concerns. This may be especially helpful during these times of ambiguity.

Coping with Stress During the 2019-nCoV Outbreak

Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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Volume 12, Issue 7
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Olin Blog
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • Spring 2020 Academic Policy Changes
  • Fall 2020 Registration
  • Advisor Contact Information
  • Tips for Using Zoom
  • Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application Deadline Extended
  • Strategies for Effective Remote Learning
  • Stay Up to Date with Habif
  • Student Health Insurance Coverage
  • The WCC is Hiring!
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

April 24
Last Day to Drop a Course with No Permanent Transcript Notation (All withdraws prior to March 13 will retain their "W" transcript notation)

April 24
Last Day to Change Grade Option to or from Pass/Fail and Graded Credit
 
Spring 2020 Academic Policy Changes

Stay up to date on Olin's spring 2020 policies here. You may be prompted to sign in using your WashU email and password.

With the deadline changes listed in the Upcoming Dates and Deadlines above, please speak with your advisor about how a drop may impact degree progression.
 
Fall 2020 Registration

Class of 2020: Tuesday, April 14th
Class of 2021: Wednesday, April 15th
Class of 2022: Thursday, April 16th
Class of 2023: Friday, April 17th

All advising appointments will be conducted via Zoom, Skype, and phone - if you are a BSBA student, you MUST meet with your Olin advisor to register. Below are some tips for a successful registration:
  • Read through important info on CampusGroups
  • Timeslots for appointments fill up quickly! Set up a virtual appointment with your advisor through their OnceHub page in the box below. Each appointment confirmation will provide you with the link to join the meeting via video or phone - choose the option you prefer when it's time for your meeting. Learn how to access Zoom two boxes below.
  • Check your BASe Audit on WebSTAC to see what requirements you need to fulfill.
  • Look at the course listings to see what classes are available fall 2020.
  • If you are an Olin second major or minor, you do not have to meet with your Olin advisor but you are welcome to. If you plan to meet with your advisor via Zoom, please attend knowing what classes you need to take for anything outside of Olin. You can also email your advisor your planned schedule for reassurance.
  • All on-call hours have been canceled for the remainder of the semester. Please reach out to your advisor directly.
 
Advisor Contact Information

Please see your advisor's email address, phone number, and OnceHub page (to schedule appointments):
All advisor pages: https://go.oncehub.com/OlinUndergraduateProgramsVirtual

Paige LaRose: plarose@wustl.edu | 314-935-7774
Steve Malter: malter@wustl.edu | 314-935-7159
Alana Greene: alanagreene@wustl.edu | 314-935-4186
Yoon Groves: yoon.groves@wustl.edu | 314-935-3328
Konnie Henning: henning@wustl.edu | 314-935-5775
Analisa Ortiz: analisaortiz@wustl.edu | 314-935-4691
Sandra Philius: sandraphilius@wustl.edu | 314-935-3329
Liz Shabani: e.shabani@wustl.edu | 314-935-9237
Lanna Skadden: skadden@wustl.edu | 314-935-2200
Sara Stratton: s.stratton@wustl.edu | 314-935-5723
Jessie Vosseller: jessiev@wustl.edu | 314-935-2217
Maureen Wysocki: mwysocki@wustl.edu | 314-935-3757

 
Tips for Using Zoom

Tips for Using Zoom for Class

For step-by-step instructions to log in to Zoom on either a desktop or smartphone, please click here.

If you have any issues logging in, please contact WashU IT's helpdesk at ithelp@wustl.edu. Support access is also available at https://support.zoom.us.
 

Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application Deadline Extended

The Spring 2021 application deadline has been extended to June 15th.

Check out our Olin Global Programs page here to start the process. Once you’ve done that, schedule an appointment with your four-year advisor and the appropriate global programs advisor to explore how you can fit study abroad into your Olin experience.

 


If turned off Canvas announcement notifications, turn them on (instructions here)
Mentoring Schedule Here
Peer Coach Schedule Here
Tips for Taking Online Exams
Frequently Asked Questions
 

Stay Up to Date with Habif

Keep up with key physical and mental health promotion messages in these trying times via the below outlets:

Instagram: @washu_habif

Facebook: facebook.com/WashUHabif

Twitter: @WashU_Habif

CampusWell: https://washu.campuswell.com/category/campus/

 
Student Health Insurance Coverage

Please keep me in mind you can see healthcare providers outside of Habif. Your student insurance is valid in all states and internationally.

Review Habif's site here for modified operations, contact information, and additional information.

 
The WCC is Hiring!

Application deadline: Wednesday, April 15th

If you are a rising BSBA Junior or Senior (Class of '21 & '22) and interested in helping your fellow peers' career development, consider applying to be a 2020-2021 Career Peer Leader (CPL.) For other qualifications and application materials, please click here.
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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BSBA Newsletter: Special Edition
In this Issue:
  • Academic Integrity Reminder from Dean LaRose
  • Spring 2020 Academic Deadlines
  • Spring 2020 Academic Policy Changes for Prime BSBAs
  • Spring 2020 Academic Policy Changes for Second Majors and Minors
 

Academic Integrity Reminder from Dean LaRose

In this difficult time, we are at our best when we support one another. It is critical that we all adhere to our code of conduct. Please review Integrity Matters if you need a refresher. Please ensure that you understand what collaboration and materials are acceptable for every assignment. When unsure, please ask for clarification from your faculty in advance of any work or collaboration. Your academic advisers are here to help, please reach out or schedule a virtual meeting using our links.

 
Spring 2020 Academic Deadlines

April 24th, 9:00pm CST

Last Day to Drop a Course with No Permanent Transcript Notation (All withdraws prior to March 13 will retain their "W" transcript notation)

Last Day to Change Grade Option to or from Pass/Fail and Graded Credit

With the deadline changes, please speak with your advisor about how a drop may impact degree progression.
 
Spring 2020 Academic Policy Changes for Prime BSBAs

Stay up to date on Olin's spring 2020 policies here. You may be prompted to sign in using your WashU email and password.

Spring 2020 P/F Policy

Any spring 2020 course completed with the P/F grade option will count toward all Olin degree and program requirements if the courses are passed (EXCEPT College Writing which must be taken for credit). For each Olin course offering a letter grade option, students can choose the P/F or letter grade option. There is no limit to the amount of courses you can switch to P/F.
________________________________________________________________________________________

Will P/F courses this spring 2020 count towards Olin and general education requirements (i.e. advanced electives, distributions)?
Yes. Keep in mind that many core business courses cover content that is essential for success in upper-level electives. Please ensure that you seek to understand course material as it will likely appear in future business courses. Non-business courses satisfying a degree requirement can be taken as P/F this spring 2020 only. EXCEPTION: College Writing (L59 CWP) must be taken for credit.
________________________________________________________________________________________

What is a successful “passing” grade?
Please confirm with the course instructor the requirements needed to pass that specific course.
________________________________________________________________________________________

How does this impact my GPA?
Any course taken as P/F will count towards distributions, advanced electives, and/or Olin core/major requirements, but will not be factored into your GPA. Courses taken as P/F have no impact on your GPA. If a P/F course is passed, it will count toward Olin requirements but will have no impact on the GPA. If a P/F course is not passed, it will not count toward Olin requirements and will not impact the GPA. If you took all of your courses as P/F, you would have a 0.0 semester GPA, which would not impact your cumulative GPA.
________________________________________________________________________________________

If I “pass” a course, may I retake the course in a future semester for a letter grade?
No. A course retake requires that both courses be taken under the same grading option. You will not be allowed to retake a course that you “passed” under the P/F grade option in spring 2020.
________________________________________________________________________________________

If I switch all of my classes to P/F, am I still a full-time student? What are the implications?
Assuming you're enrolled in at least 12 credits, you will still be considered a full-time student. As far as implications, please discuss with your advisor. You will want to consider whether you are applying to graduate school in the future as it might be more ideal to take some classes for a grade. Other aspects to consider: outside scholarships, effort within class (will it change?).
________________________________________________________________________________________

Is there any impact on my job/internship prospects?
According to Weston, most employers are interested in a student’s overall GPA and do not look as closely at grades for specific classes.
Accounting Majors/Minors: P/F Accounting classes may not be allowed by all state boards of accountancy organizations - either for sitting for the CPA exam, or after receiving a license, expanding that license to other states. You should look into your states specific requirements.

 
Spring 2020 Academic Policy Changes for Second Majors and Minors

Spring 2020 courses completed with the P/F grade option will count toward your second major/minor requirements if the courses are passed. For each Olin course offering a letter grade option, you can choose the P/F or letter grade option.
 
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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Volume 12, Issue 6
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • A Message from Your Advisors
  • Fall 2020 Registration
  • Advisor Contact Information
  • How to Access Zoom
  • Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application Deadline Extended
  • Strategies for Effective Remote Learning
  • Try LinkedIn Learning
  • The WCC is Hiring!
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

March 23 - April 24
Timeline to Drop a Course with No Permanent Transcript Notation (All withdraws prior to March 13 will retain their "W" transcript notation)

March 23 - April 24
Timeline to Change Grade Option from Pass/Fail or Audit to "C" (Credit)
 
A Message from Your Advisors
 

We hope you are staying safe and healthy during this time. We understand the last week has been challenging for all involved and especially you as the student. It is our intention to help you successfully complete this semester. Please be on the lookout for an email from your advisor regarding next steps.

*With the deadline changes listed in the Upcoming Dates and Deadlines above, please speak with your advisor about how a drop or grade option change may impact degree progression.*

 
Fall 2020 Registration

Class of 2020: Tuesday, April 14th
Class of 2021: Wednesday, April 15th
Class of 2022: Thursday, April 16th
Class of 2023: Friday, April 17th

All advising appointments will now be conducted via Zoom (please see "How to Access Zoom" below), Skype, and phone - if you are a BSBA student, you MUST meet with your Olin advisor to register. Below are some tips for a successful registration:
  • Read through important info on CampusGroups
  • Timeslots for appointments fill up quickly! Set up a virtual appointment with your advisor through their OnceHub page in the box below. Each appointment confirmation will provide you with the link to join the meeting via video as well as a phone number to join - choose the option you prefer when it's time for your meeting. Learn how to access Zoom two boxes below.
  • Check your BASe Audit on WebSTAC to see what requirements you need to fulfill.
  • Look at the course listings to see what classes are available fall 2020.
  • If you are an Olin second major or minor, you do not have to meet with your Olin advisor but you are welcome to. If you plan to meet with your advisor via Zoom, please attend knowing what classes you need to take for anything outside of Olin. You can also email your advisor your planned schedule for reassurance.
  • All on-call hours will be canceled for the remainder of the semester. Please reach out to your advisor directly.
  • REMINDER: For BSBAs, all business courses must be taken for credit.
 
Advisor Contact Information

Please see your advisor's email address, phone number, and OnceHub page (to schedule appointments):
All advisor pages: https://go.oncehub.com/OlinUndergraduateProgramsVirtual

Paige LaRose: plarose@wustl.edu | 314-935-7774
Steve Malter: malter@wustl.edu | 314-935-7159
Alana Greene: alanagreene@wustl.edu | 314-935-4186
Yoon Groves: yoon.groves@wustl.edu | 314-935-3328
Konnie Henning: henning@wustl.edu | 314-935-5775
Analisa Ortiz: analisaortiz@wustl.edu | 314-935-4691
Sandra Philius: sandraphilius@wustl.edu | 314-935-3329
Liz Shabani: e.shabani@wustl.edu | 314-935-9237
Lanna Skadden: skadden@wustl.edu | 314-935-2200
Sara Stratton: s.stratton@wustl.edu | 314-935-5723
Jessie Vosseller: jessiev@wustl.edu | 314-935-2217
Maureen Wysocki: mwysocki@wustl.edu | 314-935-3757

 
How to Access Zoom

Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool similar to Skype and is available to all WashU students, staff, and faculty at no additional cost. Zoom can be used with a computer/phone for video conferencing or with conventional phone lines for call-in audio conferencing. You can log in using your WashU email at https://wustl.zoom.us. Once you schedule an appointment in your advisor's OnceHub, you will be sent a confirmation email with the link to the video conference and a phone number to dial in – please select whichever option you prefer.

Tips for Using Zoom for Class

For step-by-step instructions to log in to Zoom on either a desktop or smartphone, please click here.

If you have any issues logging in, please contact WashU IT's helpdesk at ithelp@wustl.edu. Support access is also available at https://support.zoom.us.
 

Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application Deadline Extended

The Spring 2021 application deadline has been extended to June 15th.

Check out our Olin Global Programs page here to start the process. Once you’ve done that, schedule an appointment with your four-year advisor and the appropriate global programs advisor to explore how you can fit study abroad into your Olin experience.

 


If turned off Canvas announcement notifications, turn them on (instructions here)
Mentoring Schedule Here
Peer Coach Schedule Here
Tips for Taking Online Exams
 
Try LinkedIn Learning (Previously Lynda.com)

As a student at WashU, you have access to LinkedIn Learning, which provides you with over 7,500 video tutorials across a variety of topics related to those you may be studying. Use this resource to supplement what you are learning in class. Click here for login instructions.
 
The WCC is Hiring!

Application deadline: Wednesday, April 15th

If you are a rising BSBA Junior or Senior (Class of '21 & '22) and interested in helping your fellow peers' career development, consider applying to be a 2020-2021 Career Peer Leader (CPL.) For other qualifications and application materials, please click here.
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall after April 30

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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Volume 12, Issue 5
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • Fall 2020 Registration Dates
  • *NEW Degree Requirement*
  • Spring 2021 Study Abroad Applications
  • Mark Your Calendars: BSBA Class of 2020 Senior Socials
  • Olin's Big Idea Bounce
  • Summer Program Mentor Applications
  • BAP Accounting Tutoring Program
  • Blurring the Boundaries
  • Spoon University STL Chef and Restaurateur Speaker Series
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

March 1
Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application Opened

March 9-15
Spring Break

April 3
Last Day to Withdraw from Class & Change Grade Option to "C" (Credit)
 
 
Fall 2020 Registration Dates

Class of 2020: Tuesday, April 14th
Class of 2021: Wednesday, April 15th
Class of 2022: Thursday, April 16th
Class of 2023: Friday, April 17th

Olin course listings should be available by the end of spring break.
 

*NEW Degree Requirement*

Beginning with the Olin Class of 2025, BSBA students must satisfy a “Global Mindset” degree requirement for graduation. CRES and the BSBA Programs Office will be kicking off this exciting global initiative with a case competition. Teams will be asked to share their recommendations for how to best implement the “Global Mindset” degree requirement. A case competition to be held on Friday March 20th. Prize money for the top three teams.

Click here for the link to the slides from the info session.

Register your team by March 6th: https://forms.gle/qWn1gmf3tGoCyrv69

 

Spring 2021 Study Abroad Applications

Applications for Spring 2021 are currently open until May 1st. This is the perfect time to start planning your abroad experience! Check out our Olin Global Programs page here to start the process. Once you’ve done that, schedule an appointment with your four-year advisor and the appropriate global programs advisor to explore how you can fit study abroad into your Olin experience.

 

Mark Your Calendars: BSBA Class of 2020 Seniors Socials

Wednesday, March 18th, 4:00-5:30pm, Location TBD
Thursday, April 9th, 4:00-5:30pm, Location TBD

 
Olin's Big Idea Bounce

A WashU campus-wide 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest. Get funds for your business idea! Olin’s BIG IdeaBounce® is a 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest open to all WashU students. Start by letting us know your interest in submitting an idea—that way we’ll answer questions, send encouragement and offer help right up to the deadline. A video link of your original idea must be submitted by 6:00pm on March 17th, 2020. All ideas will receive personalized feedback from a panel of experienced judges and mentors. We have $20,000 in prize money—and you could win up to $2,500 to help get your big idea off the ground.
Details and Registration
 
Summer Program Mentor Applications: Apply Now!

Looking for a summer 2020 experience to add to your resume? Consider applying to be a mentor for BOLD@Olin or the Fleischer Scholars Program. Applications are due Monday, March 9th.

Benefits:
Free housing and meals during the length of the program | $11 per hour

BOLD@Olin
Learn More | Position Description | Application Link
As a mentor, you will work with young women and empower them to develop into better leaders and individuals. Mentors will be required to stay on campus and participate in all trainings and program activities ranging from July 10th-18th.
For questions, please contact Jessie Vosseller, Coordinator at OLIN-BOLD@email.wustl.edu

Olin Fleischer Scholars Program (OFSP)
Learn More | Position Description | Application Link
OFSP is designed to help students with limited financial resources, those from underrepresented populations, and/or first-generation students prepare for college and explore their interest in business. Mentors will be required to stay on campus and participate in all trainings and program activities ranging from July 16th-25th.
Please contact Sandra Philius and Alana Greene, Co-Coordinators of the OFSP at OLIN-FSP@email.wustl.edu, with questions.
 

BAP Accounting Tutoring Program

The BAP Tutoring Program helps students who need assistance in the following courses: ACCT 2610, ACCT 2620, ACCT 3610, and ACCT 3620. The tutoring session will be from 2:00pm to 4:00pm on Friday afternoons in SH 291.

If you have any questions, please e-mail ruizhicheng@wustl.edu

 

Blurring the Boundaries: Rise of Blockbuster Museum-Quality Exhibitions in Commercial Galleries

Wednesday, March 18th, 6:00pm, Steinberg Auditorium, Kemper Art Museum

In this inaugural Women and the Kemper Public Lecture, Valentina Castellani will discuss the rise of blockbuster exhibitions in commercial art galleries verses art museums, focusing on the Gagosian exhibitions Picasso: Mosqueteros and Manzoni: A Retrospective. Priority reserved seating for Kemper Circle members; contact sfs.kemper@wustl.edu or 314-935-5860.

Cosponsored by Women and the Kemper and the Olin Business School.
Click here for more details.

 
Spoon University STL Chef and Restaurateur Speaker Series

Tuesday, March 24th, 7:00pm, Seigle L003

Have big dreams to open a restaurant or simply a self-proclaimed foodie? On Tuesday, March 24th at 7:00pm in Seigle L003, come hear from some of the leaders in the STL food scene. This semester, we have three esteemed panelists who will share their stories and answer your questions:
Gerard Craft: Owner and Executive Chef of Niche Food Group (Pastaria, Sardella, Taste, Brasserie, Cinder House and Brasswell)
Loryn Nalic: Co-Owner and Chef of Balkan Treat Box
Niki Puto: Co-Owner of Pappy’s

Food will be provided!
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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Volume 12, Issue 4
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • *NEW Degree Requirement*
  • BSBA Class of 2022 Major Declaration Deadline
  • Sign Up for Olin Tutoring
  • Spring 2021 Study Abroad Applications
  • Olin's Big Idea Bounce
  • Join the Olin Diversity & Inclusion Committee
  • Summer Program Mentor Applications: Apply Now!
  • Refer Your Friends to BOLD@Olin
  • BAP Accounting Tutoring Program
  • Skandalaris Startup Webinar: Art of the Hustle with Doug Villhard
  • Become a Civic Scholar: Applications Available
  • Access to LinkedIn Learning
  • "Let's Talk" Continues
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

February 28
Last Day to Change Grade Option to Pass/Fail or Audit

February 28
Last Day for BSBA Class of 2022 to Declare a Major on WebSTAC

March 1
Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application Opens

March 9-16
Spring Break
 
 

*NEW Degree Requirement*

Beginning with the Olin Class of 2025, BSBA students must satisfy a “Global Mindset” degree requirement for graduation. CRES and the BSBA Programs Office will be kicking off this exciting global initiative with a case competition. Teams will be asked to share their recommendations for how to best implement the “Global Mindset” degree requirement. A case competition to be held on Friday March 20th. Prize money for the top three teams.


See the link below for slides from the info session last Wednesday:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1km-0TE8wPY5wLovkXgMK9J-yEW8ayWyFLRzfpeqiTCk/edit?usp=sharing

 

BSBA Class of 2022 Major Declaration Deadline

It's the time of year for the BSBA Class of 2022 to declare a major. The deadline to declare is this Friday, February 28th. To declare your major, you can log on to WebSTAC, select Major Programs under the Academic tab, and then choose your primary and any second majors or minors you would like to declare. Although you are not required to meet with your advisor to complete this process, please feel free to reach out with any questions or set up a time to meet.

 
Sign Up for Olin Tutoring

If you or someone you know is looking for extra help in any of the classes below, please see the BSBA Campus Groups page to request a tutor. The BSBA Office will match you with a student who has successfully completed the course. Tutoring is offered for the classes below:
MEC 290, DAT 120, ACCT 2610, ACCT 2620, MGT 100 (availability may be limited), Math 132 (availability may be limited), DAT 121, and FIN 340

If you have any questions regarding the tutoring process, please contact Analisa Ortiz or Matt Giles.
 

Spring 2021 Study Abroad Applications

Applications for Spring 2021 will open on March 1st, so now is the perfect time to start planning your abroad experience! Check out our Olin Global Programs page here to start the process. Once you’ve done that, schedule an appointment with your four year advisor and the appropriate global programs advisor to explore how you can fit study abroad into your Olin experience.

 
Olin's Big Idea Bounce

A WashU campus-wide 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest. Get funds for your business idea! Olin’s BIG IdeaBounce® is a 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest open to all WashU students. Start by letting us know your interest in submitting an idea—that way we’ll answer questions, send encouragement and offer help right up to the deadline. A video link of your original idea must be submitted by 6:00pm on March 17th, 2020. All ideas will receive personalized feedback from a panel of experienced judges and mentors. We have $20,000 in prize money—and you could win up to $2,500 to help get your big idea off the ground.
Details and Registration
 


Application Link: https://sites.wustl.edu/olindiversitycommittee/
 
Summer Program Mentor Applications: Apply Now!

Looking for a summer 2020 experience to add to your resume? Consider applying to be a mentor for BOLD@Olin or the Fleischer Scholars Program. Applications are due Monday, March 9th.

Benefits:
Free housing and meals during the length of the program | $11 per hour

BOLD@Olin
Learn More | Position Description | Application Link
As a mentor, you will work with young women and empower them to develop into better leaders and individuals. Mentors will be required to stay on campus and participate in all trainings and program activities ranging from July 10th-18th.
For questions, please contact Jessie Vosseller, Coordinator at OLIN-BOLD@email.wustl.edu

Olin Fleischer Scholars Program (OFSP)
Learn More | Position Description | Application Link
OFSP is designed to help students with limited financial resources, those from underrepresented populations, and/or first-generation students prepare for college and explore their interest in business. Mentors will be required to stay on campus and participate in all trainings and program activities ranging from July 16th-25th.
Please contact Sandra Philius and Alana Greene, Co-Coordinators of the OFSP at OLIN-FSP@email.wustl.edu, with questions.
 

Refer Your Friends to BOLD@Olin!

Do you know any exceptional, high school female students who may be interested in learning more about business, leadership, and Olin? Refer them to BOLD@Olin! For every referral, you will be entered into a drawing for a Starbucks gift card.

BOLD@Olin is a weeklong summer program for high school women who will be entering their junior or senior year in fall 2020.  You can learn more about the program here: https://olinwustl.campusgroups.com/bsba/bold@olin/.

Help empower young women to explore their leadership potential through a business lens. And help us expose Olin to the next class of students.

 

BAP Accounting Tutoring Program

The BAP Tutoring Program helps students who need assistance in the following courses: ACCT 2610, ACCT 2620, ACCT 3610, and ACCT 3620. The tutoring session will be from 2:00pm to 4:00pm on Friday afternoons in SH 291 (except on 2/28 when we will have tutoring in SH 108). If you need help, we’d love to help you.

If you have any questions, please e-mail ruizhicheng@wustl.edu

 
Skandalaris Startup Webinar: Art of the Side Hustle with Doug Villhard

Friday, February 28th, 11:00am-12:00pm, Location: Online Webinar

Learn how to put your passion for entrepreneurship “into practice” while still succeeding as a full-time student or full-time working professional. Doug will discuss how to select the perfect “side hustle”, how to launch it quickly, and how to learn and iterate along the way.

Register: https://skandalaris.wustl.edu/event/2020/02/05/skandalaris-startup-webinar-art-of-the-side-hustle/
 
 

Access to LinkedIn Learning

As a student at WashU, you have access to LinkedIn Learning. This platform provides you with thousands of video tutorials across a variety of topics, all at your fingertips! Use this resource to supplement what you’re already learning in class, or to develop a new skill set. For information on how to use LinkedIn Learning, click here.
 
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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BSBA Undergraduate Programs Newsletter
Volume 12, Issue 3
View this email in your browser
Quick Links
Olin Blog
Campus Groups 
On-Call Schedule
Olin Website 
Twitter

In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • *NEW Degree Requirement*
  • Spring 2021 Study Abroad Applications
  • Olin's Big Idea Bounce
  • BSBA Class of 2020 Senior Social
  • Summer Program Mentor Applications: Apply Now!
  • Refer Your Friends to BOLD@Olin
  • Women in Finance Roundtable Event
  • Learn to Interact with Tableau
  • LA Asset Management Trek
  • "Let's Talk" Returns
  • Goldman Fellows and Civic Scholars Program Applications
  • Voting Absentee Party with Gephardt
  • Student Tour Leader (STL) Applications

Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

February 28
Last Day to Change Grade Option to Pass/Fail or Audit

February 28
Last Day for Class of 2022 to Declare a Major on WebSTAC

March 1
Spring 2021 Study Abroad Application Opens

March 9-16
Spring Break
 
 

*NEW Degree Requirement*

Beginning with the Olin Class of 2025, BSBA students must satisfy a “Global Mindset” degree requirement for graduation. CRES and the BSBA Programs Office will be kicking off this exciting global initiative with a case competition. Teams will be asked to share their recommendations for how to best implement the “Global Mindset” degree requirement. A case competition info session will be held on Wednesday, February 19th at 4:30pm in Simon Hall 118; case competition to be held on Friday March 20th. Prize money for the top three teams.

 
Olin Global Program Opportunities

Spring 2021 Study Abroad Applications

Applications for Spring 2021 will open on March 1st, so now is the perfect time to start planning your abroad experience! Check out our Olin Global Programs page here to start the process. Once you’ve done that, schedule an appointment with your four year advisor and the appropriate global programs advisor to explore how you can fit study abroad into your Olin experience.

 
Olin's Big Idea Bounce

A WashU campus-wide 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest. Get funds for your business idea!

Olin’s BIG IdeaBounce® is a 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest open to all WashU students. Start by letting us know your interest in submitting an idea—that way we’ll answer questions, send encouragement and offer help right up to the deadline. A video link of your original idea must be submitted by 6pm on March 17th, 2020. All ideas will receive personalized feedback from a panel of experienced judges and mentors. We have $20,000 in prize money—and you could win up to $2,500 to help get your big idea off the ground.

Register today! https://olinwustl.campusgroups.com/ideabounce/home/
 
 
Summer Program Mentor Applications: Apply Now!

Looking for a summer 2020 experience to add to your resume? Consider applying to be a mentor for BOLD@Olin or the Fleischer Scholars Program.

Benefits:
Free housing and meals during length of the program | $11 per hour | Increased organizational and leadership skills

BOLD@Olin
Learn More | Position Description | Application Link
As a mentor, you will work with young women and empower them to develop into better leaders and individuals. Mentors will be required to stay on campus and participate in all trainings and program activities ranging from July 10th-18th.
For questions, please contact Jessie Vosseller, Coordinator at OLIN-BOLD@email.wustl.edu

Olin Fleischer Scholars Program (OFSP)
Learn More | Position Description | Application Link
OFSP is designed to help students with limited financial resources, those from underrepresented populations, and/or first-generation students prepare for college and explore their interest in business. Mentors will be required to stay on campus and participate in all trainings and program activities ranging from July 16th-25th.
Please contact Sandra Philius and Alana Greene, Co-Coordinators of the OFSP at OLIN-FSP@email.wustl.edu, with questions.

Applications are due Monday, March 9th at 11:59pm
 

Refer Your Friends to BOLD@Olin!

Do you know any exceptional, high school female students who may be interested in learning more about business, leadership, and Olin? Refer them to BOLD@Olin! For every referral, you will be entered into a drawing for a Starbucks gift card.

BOLD@Olin is a weeklong summer program for high school women who will be entering their junior or senior year in fall 2020.  You can learn more about the program here: https://olinwustl.campusgroups.com/bsba/bold@olin/.

Help empower young women to explore their leadership potential through a business lens. And help us expose Olin to the next class of students.

 

Women in Finance Roundtable Event

Friday, February 14th, 1:00-2:30pm, KH 301

Women in Finance is hosting a roundtable with a Senior Managing Director at Varde Partners, Kirsten Voss, this Friday from 1:00-2:30pm. Join us to discuss navigating different career paths in Finance, striving for work-life balance, and advocating for diversity in the workplace. RSVP here!

 
Learn to Interact with Tableau

Wednesday, February 19th, 4:00-5:30pm, SH 107

Join Beta Alpha Psi as Professor Palmer presents an interactive session on using Tableau, a powerful and fast-growing data visualization tool. Please download the Tableau software beforehand by visiting https://www.tableau.com/academic/students; select "Get Tableau for Free". If you have questions on how to download the free one-year license, please contact bapwustl@gmail.com.
 
 
LA Asset Management Trek

March 12th-13th

Please join the Weston Career Center for the Spring 2020 Los Angeles Asset Management Trek! This is a great opportunity for sophomores and juniors from all majors to network with and learn more about several premier investment management firms. See more on CareerLink:
https://olin-wustl-csm.symplicity.com/students/app/jobs/detail/ebcc894ff67f53258ec98efb267b2162
 
"Let's Talk" Returns

 

Goldman Fellows Program

Apply by Friday, February 14th at 5:00pm

The Goldman Fellows Program supports continuing undergraduate students who secure substantive, unpaid summer internships at nonprofit, community, or governmental organizations in the St. Louis region. Program components include a day-long retreat, community events and immersion experiences, and weekly group meetings to discuss learning from internships.

Details and application

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Civic Scholars Program

Apply by Friday, February 14th at 5:00pm

The Civic Scholars Program recognizes undergraduate students who exemplify potential for civic leadership. The program includes intensive coursework, leadership training, and mentorship to prepare Scholars for a life dedicated to civic and community engagement, and an academic summer award of $5,000 to support a civic project or internship.

Details and Application
 
 
Student Tour Leader (STL) Applications

Interested in showing WashU to prospective students and families? Apply to be a tour guide! The Student Tour Leaders (STL) spring 2020 application is now open. Submissions will be accepted until Sunday, February 16th.

Application: bit.ly/STL-APPLY

Additional Information: https://admissions.wustl.edu/sac/

If you have any questions, please email stl.washu@gmail.com.
 
Make an appointment with your advisor. 

Location:
118 Simon Hall

Mailing Address:
One Brookings Drive | Campus Box 1133 | Saint Louis, MO 63130
Office: 314.935.6315 | Fax: 314.935.9095





 
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Volume 12, Issue 2
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In This Issue


Olin Undergraduate Happenings 
  • Olin Global Program Opportunities:
    • BSBA Entrepreneurship & Startups in Europe
    • Global Programs Study Abroad Fair
    • UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business Summer Internship Program
    • Summer/Fall 2020 Application Cycle
  • Refer Your Friends to BOLD@Olin
  • Diversity and Inclusion Summit
  • BAP Accounting Tutoring Program
  • Chicago Booth Scholars Info Session
  • Excel Essentials Workshop
  • Developing Soft Skills: Join Experts in Breakout Sessions
  • Improve Your Negotiating Skills
  • StEP Buying a Business Workshop
  • Skandalaris Internship Program Applications Open Now!
  • TEDxWUSTL Speaker Applications Available
Upcoming Dates & Deadlines

January 24
All Drops Assigned a "W" (withdrawal) Grade

January 28
Last Day to Drop Mini-A Courses with a "D" (no permanent record notation) or Change Grade Options on Mini-A Courses

February 1
Summer/Fall 2020 Study Abroad Applications Due

February 28
Last Day to Change Grade Option to Pass/Fail or Audit
 
Olin Global Program Opportunities

BSBA Entrepreneurship & Startups in Europe

This Olin summer program provides the opportunity to explore two unique European business environments: Spain, one of the southern European countries worst impacted by the 2008 recession and now well on the road to recovery; and Bosnia and Herzegovina, a transition economy, emerging market and applicant country to join the European Union (EU). The program will consider the entrepreneurial environment in each country and associated challenges and opportunities linked to membership in the EU.
 
Madrid and Sarajevo are fascinating cities, each representative of their countries’ recent history and in dynamic stages of transition. This program offers the opportunity to meet local entrepreneurs and work closely with a local startup on a consulting project.

Learn more here: https://sa.wustl.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10505

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Olin Global Programs Study Abroad Fair

Wednesday, February 5th, Simon Hall
2:00pm-4:15pm

Interested in studying Economics in London or Finance in Korea? Curious about what Supply Chain Management looks like in Argentina or what Marketing looks like in Singapore?

If you answered yes to any of these, then come to the Olin Global Programs Study Abroad Fair to learn more about semester-long, summer, and short-immersion opportunities available to YOU!

At the Fair, students returning from abroad are always excited to share their experiences abroad and tell you why going abroad is one of the best choices you can make at Olin. Plus, Global Programs staff and program representatives will be there to answer all your questions and concerns about living and learning abroad.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enjoy some snacks from across the globe while chatting about what part of the world you would like to explore!

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UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business Summer Internship Program 2020
UCD will host two webinars in order to offer interested students opportunities to learn more about elements of the program, ask questions, and meet alumni from the 2019 program.

Wednesday January 29th @ 2pm GMT (8am CST)

Students are kindly asked to express their interest in joining the webinar by completing the sign up here.

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Summer/Fall 2020 Application Cycle

Summer and Fall 2020 applications are currently available. Please see your advisor and/or a global advisor with any questions.
https://olinwustl.campusgroups.com/bsbaglobal/about/
All applications are due February 1st, 2020.

Learn more about Olin Global Programs.

 

Refer Your Friends to BOLD@Olin!

Do you know any exceptional, high school female students who may be interested in learning more about business, leadership, and Olin? Refer them to BOLD@Olin! For every referral, you will be entered into a drawing for a Starbucks gift card.

BOLD@Olin is a weeklong summer program for high school women who will be entering their junior or senior year in fall 2020.  You can learn more about the program here: