Applications for the Center for Entrepreneurship’s 2011 Business Plan Competition are due Monday, Jan. 10. The application requires completing an entry form and answering three questions. At least one member of a team must be a Marquette student, faculty or staff member or an alumnus/a.
The fully developed plans will be reviewed by a panel of judges who will select semi-finalists to participate in oral presentations. The winners, who will be announced at the Marquette Business Plan Competition Banquet April 13, will receive services, such as legal, accounting and public relations assistance. Winners also will be invited to participate in the Governor’s Business Plan Competition.
MARQCAT, the campus library system, will be unavailable due to maintenance Wednesday, Jan. 12. The system outage will affect law and Raynor Memorial libraries.
The Law School will host an information session for prospective full- and part-time students Saturday, Jan. 15, in Eckstein 144, the Appellate Courtroom. The session will include admissions and financial aid information and a panel of current students.
Tours of the Law School will begin at 9 a.m. and the seminar begins at 10 a.m. Register online.
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