Longwood University’s College of Business and Economics develops students’ global intelligence through its 2012-13 Executive-in-Residence series. August 31, 2012
To succeed in today’s global economy requires a well-developed global IQ. With a mission of educating future business leaders, the Longwood College of Business and Economics offers multiple opportunities for students to develop their global intelligence. This includes bringing knowledge and experiential learning about such topics as global leadership values and ethics into the classroom. The 2012-13 Executive-in-Residence series, sponsored by Barrett Capital Management of Richmond, Va., brings four global leaders to campus for a full day of interaction with students and faculty.
This year’s Executives-in-Residence understand the necessity and benefits of a strong global IQ. The 2012-13 executives include:
Founded in 1839, Longwood University is one of the oldest public institutions of higher education in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Today, Longwood is a coeducational, comprehensive public institution offering 100 majors, minors and concentrations to more than 4,800 students with undergraduate programs in business administration, education and human services, nursing and the arts and sciences, plus an MBA and other graduate programs in education, communication sciences and disorders, English and sociology.
Barrett Capital Management, LLC, headquartered in Richmond, Va., provides fee-only asset management investment services. Its mission is to preserve wealth and generate the best investment results commensurate with each client’s unique risk tolerance and financial goals. The Executive-in-Residence series is made possible through its generous corporate support.
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