Snapshot Lunch
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 12:00pm

Join us for a candid look inside our school!

Hosted by Dean Scott Dawson, each Snapshot Lunch features presentations from School of Business insiders including students, faculty, and center directors in a relaxed atmosphere where discussion is encouraged. These lunches will give community members the opportunity to learn first-hand about the variety of exciting developments taking place at the Business School.

The School of Business plays a vital role in Portland’s business community. As Oregon’s only urban university, our location puts Portland’s business community in our backyard, resulting in not only better career opportunities for our students, but also a valuable resource for Portland’s business leaders.

The lunch series is designed for your convenience by providing an intimate snapshot of the School of Business over the lunch hour. They will be interactive so we encourage you to bring your ideas and suggestions to share.  

We hope you’ll join us to learn more about the business school in your backyard.

Winter lunch:

Tuesday, March 5, 12pm – 1:30pm


Faculty Snapshot: Melissa M. Appleyard, Ames Professor in the Management of Innovation and Technology
Professor Appleyard will discuss cutting-edge innovation processes as a business imperative central to the research of SBA faculty.

Center Snapshot: Center for Global Leadership and Sustainability
Go behind the scenes with the center's executive director, Alison Dennis. Alison will share how the business school’s Center for Global Leadership and Sustainability serves as a hub for leaders, innovators, social entrepreneurs, educators and students from around the world who are transforming the way business is taught, studied and practiced.

Student Snapshot: Global Connections

Hear from students who are taking advantage of our global engagement initiative. From international students studying at the business school to domestic and international students who have participated in our overseas study trips, graduate students will give first-hand accounts of the impact of their global experiences.

To register, please contact Kari Davies-Mason at or (503) 725-3779.