“Since its establishment in 1987, the business school and its curriculum have been constantly evolving,” said Dr. Fred Palumbo, professor and area chair of marketing and management at Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business (SSSB). Addressing an audience of students, proud parents, and captains of industry gathered at the 2009 Dr. William Schwartz Business Plan Competition, Dr. Palumbo provided a brief history of one of the northeast’s top undergraduate business programs. He went on to explain that recently he has noticed a dramatic shift towards the field of entrepreneurship.
The alumnae of Stern College for Women and Sy Syms School of Business (SCW) are carefully planting a seed that they will nurture as it grows into maturity over the next 10 – 25 years.
Millard S. Drexler (left), chairman of the J. Crew Group, was one of the CEOs who were invited to speak at Sy Syms School of Business’s Spring 2007 Doris and Dr. Ira Kukin Entrepreneurial Lecture Series. Each week during the spring semester, a business personality addressed Sy Syms students and alumni.
And the award goes to ChaZack, created by Richard Lewis, Josh Graber, and Mathew Cherney. The winners of the Student Short Film competition were announced today by Yeshiva Universitys Center for the Jewish Future (CJF), which sponsored the festival, in which the winning producers, all Sy Syms seniors, received $2,000 toward the purchase of film equipment or Jewish books.
Three trailblazing CEOs, all members of the Yeshiva University community, shared observations and lessons from their successful careers with Sy Syms School of Business honors students Dec. 9.
Think about what makes you happy, not about what makes you the most money, The Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Paul E. Steiger told students at Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business on Tuesday Sept. 27.
On Oct. 17, Sy Syms School of Business kicked off its innovative new series on ethical dilemmas in the workplace with a program at Torah Academy of Bergen County in Teaneck, NJ.
For most students, summer internships mean long hours pecking away at a computer. For Yonatan Goetz, however, it’s a chance to hone his nautical know-how.
Organized and run by students, the Annual Awards Dinner of the Sy Syms School of Business honoring the 2004 graduates, was held at the Marriott Marquis Hotel. Ari Spodek, a junior, led the festivities as MC and Sy Syms, founder of the school and Bernard Madoff, chairman of the board, greeted students and guests.