Graduate Panel Events

The Graduate School Panel and Fair at North Carolina A&T State University’s College of Business and Economics is a signature program for the Zeta Sigma Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi.  This program serves as an educational and recruitment event designed to benefit students and graduate programs.  The event will begin with a panel discussion that gives recruiters from your school the opportunity to answer any questions the student audience may have, as well as provide any additional pertinent information. Following the panel discussion, there will be a reception and a graduate college fair for the students to network and distribute resumes.  For this event, please feel free to invite up to two professionals to represent your school.

Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017
Time: Set-up 3:00 PM
Panel: 4:00 PM
Reception & Fair: 5:30 PM
North Carolina A&T State University
College of Business and Economics
Craig Hall Lobby and Banquet Room

Please RSVP with this fillable Registration Form by October 9, 2017, so that we can effectively make further preparation for this event.  You can send the form to Steve Stowe at or

If you have any questions, please contact the chapter faculty advisor:

Dr. Lisa A. Owens-Jackson, PhD, CPA
Attn:  Zeta Sigma Chapter—Beta Alpha Psi
North Carolina A & T State University
1601 East Market Street
College of Business and Economics, Associate Dean’s Office
413 Craig Hall, Greensboro, NC  27411
(336) 285-3381 (T) (336) 256-2274- (F)

For accommodations, we recommend the:
Greensboro Marriott Downtown
304 North Greene Street,
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

North Carolina A&T State University Rate:  $125.00



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