Business Leadership Exchange Series begins Sept. 28
Monday, September 20, 2010
CANTON, Mo. – The annual Culver-Stockton College Business Leadership Exchange Series begins Sept. 28 with a presentation by Ron Leftwich ‘64, chairman of the C-SC Board of Trustees. The presentation, “Where Does Our Money Go?” will help students, and others in attendance, better understand how colleges spend tuition money.
Leftwich, former treasurer for Shell Oil Corporation, says he developed the presentation after his last visit to Culver-Stockton College when students questioned him about how C-SC spends the tuition money students pay. “To help understand where the money goes, everyone should understand also where the money comes from and realize not all [money] comes from students. It takes more than student payments to meet all the obligations of the college. So, this is included in the presentation as well,” says Leftwich.
The “Where Does Our Money Go?” presentation will be at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 28 in Merrilat Chapel. It will be the first of the 2010-2011 BLE lecture series.
On Oct. 28, at 11:30 a.m. in Merrilat Chapel, Kim Anderek, vice president of franchise sales for Steak ‘n Shake Restaurant Company, will present “Opportunities in Franchising.” Anderek received his Bachelor of Arts from Culver-Stockton College. He has worked in franchise development since 1989 and now lives in San Antonio, Texas with his family.
All lectures are free and open to the public. The Business Leadership Exchange Series is offered as a part of C-SC’s Academic and Cultural Events program. The Academic and Cultural Events program is an integral part of the college’s liberal arts education. These events broaden academic pursuits, introduce current issues, serve as a forum for ethical concerns, offer cultural breadth and refinement, and stimulate new directions and perspectives for thought.
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