Save the Date Thursday, April 22, 2010 for Kogod's 55th Birthday. Join us for the festivities from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
April 22, 2010 is Kogod's 55th Birthday
Congratulations to the prize winners!
Apply iPad, Michael Tyler Bealmear $50 Eagle Bucks - Aaron Zankel & Jana Warner $20 Davenport Certificate - Dhruv Sarin, Eric Warner, & Lucia Campero $25 Visa Gift Card - Amanda Augustine Kogod Merchandise Basket - Erik Wallace Kogod Laptop Skin - Jessica Gordon, Benjamin Landay, Christian Kingston, Yusuf Jalal, Dor Yassar, & Roza Vassy-Yeganeh
Join us to celebrate Kogod's history as Washington's first professional business school and toast to our school's bright future. The festivities begin at noon and will run through 4:00 p.m.
We have much to commemorate and hope you will join us for this special moment at our birthday celebration.
Join us to:
Cool off at our special Honest Tea bar (in honor of 2010 Commencement Speaker Seth Goldman) and sample finger foods, birthday cupcakes and other treats.
Network with the Undergraduate Business Association as they host a spring social from noon to 2:00 p.m.
Try your hand at a FREE raffle drawing with several fabulous prizes (including a much-sought-after item from the Apple store.)
Browse brand-new Kogod merchandise - including t-shirts, hoodies, graduation items, decals and more - brought to you by the AU Campus Bookstore.
Most importantly, you're invited share your wish for Kogod's next 55 years, and you'll have the chance to discover your professors' favorite memories from their time here.
Professor H. Kent Baker wishes Kogod a Happy Birthday: "I expect that Kogod's past will pale in comparison to its promise for the future."
Professor Don Williamson celebrates 25 years at Kogod this year. "I've stayed at Kogod for 25 years because of the students. If you want to stay young, the best way to do that is to teach young people."
Professor Erran Carmel designed the first Kogod Web page in 1995. "It looked quite basic," he says. "Amusing by today's standards." In fact, many of the first AU Web pages were created ad-hoc by students.