Traditional social/personality training≠ Nontraditional careers.

Sep 28 2006

Two of our social/personality programís alumni, Barabara Watts and Keith Niedermeier, will participate in an informal discussion of some of the problems and opportunities that arise for someone educated in a traditional social/personality training program, like MSUís, but who then pursues a nontraditional career. In Barbís case, that was a career in marketing research and private consulting. In Keithís case, it was an academic career in a school of business. [This Brown Bag will be part of the MessÈ Memorial Lecture activities. See for details on the 2006 Lecture, to be delivered by Phillip Shaver, 3:30pm, 9/29.]