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Poole Student Connections

A bi-weekly newsletter for the students of Poole College of Management.

Nov. 29, 2020


8 Things to Know About Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage month, but we can celebrate Indigenous people each and every day. Starting with land acknowledgments, supporting community events, buying from Indigenous artists and donating to Indigenous organizations. 

Global Single Course Exchange
Want to learn along side students from Latin America and Europe? Poole students can sign up to take an online course this Spring at at one of our partner schools in Ecuador, France, and Mexico. Visit us online for more information.

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Graduates: Complete the Future Plans Survey
Calling all December graduates to please check your inbox and take three minutes to complete the Future Plans Survey. Tell us if you have accepted a job, are going to graduate school, still seeking a job, starting your own business, or following your dreams.
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Global Summer Institute
Earn six credits while engaging in a four-week, cohort-based virtual global program where courses and content will be delivered primarily synchronously with a significant integrated international component
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Poole College of Management Team Named Regional Winner of Deloitte FanTAXtic Tax Case Competition
Poole College of Management’s team of five students was named as one of nine regional winners of Deloitte FanTAXtic who will move on to the national competition in January.
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Save the Date – Poole Party: Jump In & Get Involved

Are you looking to get involved within Poole? Would like to join the American Marketing Association, National Association of Black Accounting, Investors' Association, Student Ambassadors or one of the other 20+ Poole student organizations? The Poole Council invites you to the Poole Party via Zoom to learn more about each of these groups. 


Join us on Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 3 p.m.!

Other Announcements

The 2021 Sisterhood Dinner will be held on Feb. 22, 2021, at 6 p.m. to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of NC State women. Attendees can share their personal stories with fellow NC State women surrounding this year's theme: Normal Never Was. Learn more through the Council on the Status of Women »


Seth Locklear, a junior in Poole College, shares his thoughts on Poole's Instagram for Native American Heritage Month and his everyday life as Lumbee Wolfpack member. Learn more about Seth »

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