This week in I AM PSE, Meekael Hailu, a spring 2019 new member, talks about his major and role in sustainable development and how they play a role in the business world of today.Read More
I am going to miss the little moments. Those moments at the carpet square where we all just talk about random things to help us get through the day. I will cherish the friendships that I have built throughout my time in PSE and all four years of memories that have come with them. It is going to be tough to not be able to walk into Harrison Hall each Monday into a room full of my best friends but I’m excited to take on my next adventure!
Natalie Bukovec is an aspiring chemical engineer from a small town Northeast of Cleveland Ohio called Chardon. She has a minor in Spanish and enjoys spending time outdoors with friends and family. Drawing from her unique experiences as secretary of Miami’s Outdoor Adventure Club and member of Engineers Without Borders, Natalie reached for a chance with PSE. Hardly did she know it would exceed all her expectations.
This week in I AM PSE, we celebrate our beautiful victory at Nationals in Jacksonville, Floria with a special WE ARE PSE edition and explore the challenging path Gamma Gamma members had to go through to reach the championship, from their perspective.Read More
This week in I AM PSE, we dive into the involvement of two PSE members in the veteran picture, one who has served on the battlefield and the other at the forefront of the historical section. Both currently thrive in great successes at Gamma Gamma.
Above all, PSE has provided me with unique situations of what it is like to creatively solve problems. Because we operate as a boutique consulting firm, our primary function is to understand client challenges or issues and cater to their needs. That is exactly what the Student Body President role entails. Understanding and empathizing with students in order to creatively problem solve with University administrators.Read More
When I first joined PSE and started doing business presentations, I quickly realized that this “Showtime!” mentality directly applies to selling ideas to clients, bringing confidence in conducting primary research, and leading a team towards a difficult goal. Whether I am singing to an auditorium audience or presenting capstone work in a boardroom to 10+ executives, both parties want to be entertained, feel connected with, and break out in a smile. Fusing my experience singing with my love for business has been an incredible combination that I am so thankful for.Read More
The difference PSE makes for my life was that I was never just the kid from Vietnam. I am a friend, a leader, and a professional. I am Milo, and I am PSE, but most importantly, I take pride as a brother at our National Top Gold Chapter, Gamma Gamma. This is why I started the exclusive “I am PSE” blog editions: to recognize and honor stories from members and alumni across the world with unique legacies founded here at this chapter. This is a meaningful opportunity that couldn't be found elsewhere but the very special PR committee, along with the many executive leaders of the organization, that I am fortunate enough to be with.Read More
As I walked around Farmer, my friends and I was drawn by Brian McDonald, our current president, who told us about his amazing experience with PSE. Incredibly intrigued, I decided to sign up for the first round interviews, and I have to say, it was so nerve-wracking. I remember trying on at least eight different business professional outfits that day and went around to ask everyone in my hall which one they liked the best! Like many of you, I told myself that if I didn’t make it through the first round, at least I would get some good interview practice.Read More
Are you ready for TOSS? TOSS is a community corn hole tournament that raises money for CancerFree KIDS, an organization dedicated to funding pediatric cancer research. This event will be held this Saturday, November 17 at The Woods Bar from 12:30pm to 3:00pm. TOSS is designed to raise awareness about pediatric cancer and engage the Miami community in a positive service competition.Read More
Living in a new country, on a new continent, has had its perks. We can have fresh made French croissants every morning, wake up to the sound of Luxembourgish Roosters, and not know how to communicate with restaurant waiters almost on the daily. At week 8, we can now start to reflect on the things that we’ve learned, the things that have changed how we think and how we look at the world. Let’s dive in:Read More
Without a sales major in the Farmer School of Business, it is difficult for Miami University students to gain exposure to the sales world without an internship.Read More
September is always the busiest month on campus, as all eyes are turned toward Millett Hall on a singular Wednesday of the month when nearly 300 companies come to speak with Miami students for the annual Career Fair.Read More