CityU Newsletter April 2015

CityU Newsletter April 2015

CityU Enactus Places
Third in Quarterfinals at National Competition

CityU Enactus brought home two trophies this year, after placing third
in the Quarterfinals at the Enactus National Exposition in St. Louis,
Missouri. With 35 team members from 19 different countries, 11 members
of CityU Enactus team participated in this year’s competition and was
one of 183 teams from throughout the U.S. Each year, CityU Enactus
students empower local communities and improve livelihoods through
entrepreneurial projects. Together they work on sustainable projects and
establishing partnerships with various nonprofit organizations in
Washington State. Read
full Enactus story

Profile: Hichem Ben Ali, Master of Business Administration

Hichem Ben Ali’s Master
Business Administration
from CityU helped him land a job at IBM
and he began working at the company shortly after graduating in 2010.
Originally from Tunisia, Hichem appreciated Seattle’s diversity and the
opportunity to participate in entrepreneurial projects through the
student organization SIFE (now known as Enactus). As a CityU alumnus he
wanted to share his experience with current MBA students or those
considering the program. Read
Hichem Ben Ali’s full story

Education Partner in China: Renai College

CityU is pleased to announce its new educational partner in Tianjin,
China: Renai College of Tianjin University. CityU and Renai College
signed an agreement that allows students from Renai College to transfer
to CityU to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a
Bachelor of Science in General Studies or a Bachelor of Arts in
Management. The Renai delegation met with CityU President Richard Carter
this month in Seattle. Read
the full Tianjin story

Workshop: Working
with Trauma Survivors – May 8

>Learn the core components of trauma-informed care and how practitioners
can address trauma and violence history in clients at City University of
Seattle’s workshop on May 8 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at CityU’s Seattle
Campus. This workshop is applicable to work in counseling, human
services and healthcare, and will cover the primary components of
trauma-informed care. For providers, having solid guiding principles and
tools to assess, address and apply trauma-informed care is essential in
creating systems-wide services that identify and meet clients’ needs at
various levels of severity and readiness. Learn
more about the workshop

Leadership Breakfast:
High Performance Teams

Effective teamwork is critical to the success of any organization, and
fostering an environment of collaboration and communication can be
complex. To examine these topics, CityU’s School of Applied Leadership
will host a Leadership Breakfast, High-performance Teams: Building
cohesion. Empowering innovation. Driving results.
Through debate
and deep exploration, eight dynamic speakers from diverse industries
will share specific ways to build cohesion, empower innovation and drive
results. Get the
full details on the Leadership Breakfast

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Published April 27, 2015



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