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The David D. Reh School of Business at Clarkson University (Reh) offers these departments and concentrations: accounting, entrepreneurship, general management, health care administration, human resources management, manufacturing and technology management, management information systems, production/operations management, and supply chain management/logistics. Its tuition is full-time: $52,744 total program. At graduation, 21.20 percent of graduates of the full-time program are employed.
Clarkson University is located in Potsdam, N.Y., within walking distance of the SUNY Potsdam campus. Clarkson’s School of Business students can break from academics and explore the Adirondack Mountains and Lake Placid, take a day trip to New York City, or drive an hour to Canada. Business students can connect with the university community by cheering on the Clarkson athletic teams, including the Division I, nationally recognized Golden Knights hockey teams.
In the classroom, graduate students in the Clarkson University School of Business get hands-on learning experience by working in teams and with real clients. Full-time MBA students must travel abroad in a student group with a faculty leader, and on campus, they have the option of working with the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship, which helps local entrepreneurs with their business ideas.
There are several ways for Clarkson grad students to earn an MBA, including the 38-hour, one-year program. Clarkson also offers a one-year Global MBA specialty track, which allows students to take electives in locations such as China, Australia and France.
Students who work full time can check out the Clarkson School of Business online MBA, which has flexible scheduling and is typically completed in two years. Clarkson University graduate business students can also pursue a two-year joint MBA and master of engineering, or an M.S. in engineering and global operations management.
School of Business students can make the most of their degrees by stopping by the Clarkson Career Center, which helps students arrange study abroad, internship and co-op opportunities, and provides career advising and interview training, among other services.
Why Clarkson? Unique Programs
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Top Gear: The Most Offensive Clips… In The World.
A shoutout to all of the people from Russia who seem to be inundating the comments section of this video. The same sort of thing kept happening throughout 2016. Funny how that works.
Here we have a compilation of clips as an example of just what the Clarkson/Hammond/May iteration of Top Gear got away with. Crude humor like this is part of what made the show so appealing to myself and many others (though Hammond’s Mexican bit, in my opinion, went beyond the line of good taste).
This compilation is… by no means complete. There’s plenty more footage like this.
Seeing presenters completely unleashed and mostly unfiltered is great. Altright circle jerks in the comments section are not. 🙂
Vladimir Putin can suck my dick. (He’s already got Donald Trump \u0026 Co. sucking his.)
Clarkson University School of Business Renamed David D. Reh School of Business
“David Reh has dedicated his professional life to growing enterprises and adapting to evolving opportunities and challenges in the marketplace. While developing a successful technologybased company and global brand, he has helped prepare the next generation of business creators and industry leaders at his alma mater. He is the embodiment of the qualities of leadership, entrepreneurial competence and integrity we expect all students to aspire to in their chosen professions,” said Anthony G. Collins, President of Clarkson University. “With his wife, Sue, he has engaged our student and alumni bodies in the spirit of goodwill and philanthropy that has propelled our business programs, entrepreneurship outreach into the community and our mission forward for decades to come. We are pleased to recognize his generosity and commitment to Clarkson in this lasting and meaningful way.”
The official dedication took place on Friday, October 13, 2017, in a celebration at the Potsdam campus, with David’s family, the University community and other alumni donors and volunteers present.
“On behalf of the faculty, we truly thank Dave for his many years of volunteer service to the School and the University’s larger vision. His progressive insights and collaboration with Clarkson faculty, staff, and students in growing the very core of the University’s academic, research and social experiences in innovation and entrepreneurship have been appreciated,” said Dayle Smith, Dean of the Reh School. “The strategic investments he has made in Clarkson’s future have led to our preeminence and national rankings in entrepreneurship, innovation and business education.”
Reh is the founder, past president and owner of Raytec Group Inc., which he formed in 1971. Raytec consisted of two principal operating companies: Gorbel Inc., which manufactures jib and work station cranes, and Retrotech Inc., which specializes in the design, installation, modernization and support of automated material handling systems. Today, the Gorbel and Retrotech brands are recognized throughout the world and have business operations in New York and China.
In 2011, Reh was inducted into the Rochester, New York, Business Hall of Fame. He is currently the owner and managing partner of the awardwinning Ravenwood Golf Club in Victor.
Reh and his wife, Sue A. Reh, are passionate advocates for higher education. Their commitment to supporting and shaping business and entrepreneurship education culminated in the establishment of the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship at Clarkson University. The Reh’s have continued their support through an endowed chair and an endowed professorship, which support permanent faculty who focus on entrepreneurial leadership, research and practice.
Reh sits on numerous boards and has been a Clarkson Business Leadership Council member since 2006. He also serves on the Simon National Council and the Executive Advisory Committee for the Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial distribution from Clarkson and an MBA from the University of Rochester Simon School of Business.
He also was awarded an honorary doctor of science degree at Clarkson’s 124th Commencement in May. The degree was awarded for \”his steadfast commitment to technology innovation and entrepreneurship, the twin engines of progress, and for his dedication to shaping the next generation of business creators and industry leaders.\”
The David D. Reh School of Business’ undergraduate and graduate business programs stand out in higher education because the student experience is designed to meet the targeted needs of the world’s most innovative companies. These companies seek out and cultivate employees who can think across traditional boundaries, merging solid business knowhow with insight into engineering, global supply chain management, information systems and more.
The Reh School, and its Reh Center for Entrepreneurship, founded in 2009, are also unique in higher education because all students from all disciplines at Clarkson have opportunities to access the resources and practical skillbuilding exercises for developing their entrepreneurial competence and support framework for business. Students gain advice and expertise to not only propel their businesses forward, but also learn how to work systematically – a skill that will pay off when they enter industry or join a startup. Through handson consulting projects by faculty and students with entrepreneurs and innovators, new startups and small businesses in the region have proliferated.
Clarkson University’s Campuses
Take a peek at each of Clarkson’s three campuses and the unique opportunities each location can offer you.
Why Clarkson? We Teach Business by Doing Business
At Clarkson University, all Reh School of Business students start a company on day one. Professor Marc Compeau details this firstyear \”reverse capstone\” class that allows students to make direct learning connections as they progress through their courses and details Clarkson’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship major.
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