What is it like being an HR Student at UW Oshkosh?
MHR students engage in a variety of individual and team activities in the classroom. Much of the learning is application-based. For example, students in the employee relations course negotiate a contract, students in the compensation course build and organization’s pay structure, and students in the training and development course design a training program. Classrooms allow for team activities, large, and small group discussions. The computer lab within Sage Hall is easy to access and contains a full menu of software programs used by the MHR students including PeopleTrak, software used by many companies to plan and track their human resources. Students can complete projects, collaborate with classmates and develop their skills using free software provided by the University and convenient break-out rooms for team meetings located in Sage Hall.
Outside the Classroom
Beyond the classroom, in order to develop professional skills, the MHR student clubs offer speakers, field trips and networking opportunities.
The International Business Club is a partnership of students, faculty and practitioners committed to promoting awareness of business globalization and facilitating the acquisition of knowledge, skills and expertise needed to excel as professionals in the global marketplace. The main goals of the cub are professional development and social interaction through corporate sponsorship and University collaboration. Guest speakers, workshops, site visits and cultural entertainment are organized every year.
Faculty Advisor: B.S. Sridhar
C.E.O provides the opportunity for students to learn about and get involved in all of the aspects of entrepreneurship. Members will learn from veteran entrepreneurs and their first hand experiences about the benefits of entrepreneurship. The club regularly holds bi-weekly guest speaker events for its members and guests on Wednesday evenings.
90 Second Pitch Competition
The Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) holds an annual competition for students to pitch their business concepts to UW-Oshkosh alumni. Student businesses can vary from a concept that has been recently developed to an operating business in need of capital. A Grand Prize of $1,000 is awarded each year by the club. Along with the prize money CEO invites local investors to attend as well in hopes of great student businesses being awarded more funding. To enter the competition please email email@example.com your contact information and a brief summary about yourself and your business concept.
Call to Action!
The CEO club is currently undergoing a phase of aggressive expansion. Our current executive board has begun re-tooling our board structure and developing committees and committee member positions. If you are a student looking to get more involved in the CEO club please reach out to any executive board members, our faculty advisor John Muraski, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking for students of integrity and ambition who can be our CEO brand stewards to the UW-Oshkosh campus and beyond.
Faculty Advisor: John Muraski