University of Oklahoma Michael F. Price College of Business

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University of Oklahoma Michael F. Price College of Business RECRUITMENT AND SCHOLARSHIPS/FELLOWSHIPS What programs and initiatives has your school found successful in the recruitment of minority and/or female students? The Price College of Business recruits prospective minority and female students by sponsoring and partnering with nonprofit organizations that promote minorities and women in business and business education. These include: Robert Toigo Foundation The Toigo Foundation encourages exceptional minority students to consider finance both as a rewarding career and as an opportunity to be the future leaders in the global economy. National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) According to the website, “widely known as the ‘premier Hispanic organization,’ NSHMBA serves 32 chapters and 7,000 members in the United States and Puerto Rico. It exists to foster Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development. NSHMBA works to prepare Hispanics for leadership positions throughout the United States so that they can provide the cultural awareness and sensitivity vital in the management of the nation’s diverse work force.” PhD Project According to the PhD Project website, the organization’s “mission is to increase the diversity of corporate America by increasing the diversity of business school faculty. We attract African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and Native Americans to business PhD programs, and provide a network of peer support on their journey to becoming professors. As faculty, they serve as role models attracting and mentoring minority students while improving the preparation of all students for our diverse workplace and society.” Please describe any scholarship and/or fellowship opportunities for minority and/or female students attending your school.

Name of scholarship program: National Society of Hispanic MBAs Scholarship Program Deadline for application: April 30th Scholarship award amount: Varies; $5,000 to $10,000 Website or other contact information: www.nshmba.org/scholarship From the NSHMBA website, “the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, which exists ‘to foster Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development,’ has established a scholarship program to assist qualified Hispanics to pursue MBAs. Scholarships are offered each year for full- and part-time study at an accredited (AACSB) institution of the student’s choice.”

Name of fellowship program: Robert Toigo Foundation Fellowship Deadline for application: February 2nd and April 10th Fellowship award amount: $5,000 per year of study Website or other contact information: www.toigofoundation.org This fellowship is for students entering accredited, two-year full-time MBA programs. Students in their second year of business school who were unable to apply for the fellowship prior to business school, but who want the opportunity to affiliate with Toigo prior to graduation, may also apply. Applicants may also be pursuing a joint degree program directly tied to the field of finance. To be eligible, applicants must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident and a minority, as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor, (i.e., African-American, Asian-American/Pacific Islander, U.S. Latino, Native American/Alaska Native and/or South Asian-American). Applicants must be planning a career in financial services after graduation including, but not limited to, investment management, investment banking, corporate finance (non-investment banking), real estate, private equity, venture capital, sales and trading, research, or financial services consulting. To apply, complete the online application form and pay the application fee.

Name of scholarship program: Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program Deadline for application: April 2nd Website or other contact information: www.ou.edu/special/mcnair/mcnair/home.html The purpose of the McNair Scholars Program is to increase the number of PhDs attained by students from low-income, first-generation and underrepresented groups in higher education. The program provides encouragement, guidance and mentorship to current juniors and seniors as they prepare for graduate education. The Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program is available to students who meet at least one of the followng criteria: a first-generation/low-income undergraduate college student; a member of a group current underrepresented in graduate education (as defined by the U.S. Department of Education), African-American, Latino-Hispanic American or Native American. Eligible candidates will also be U.S. citizen or permanent residents, and current OU undergrads with a minimum 3.0 GPA with at least 60 hours completed by the end of the spring semester.

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PROMINENT ALUMNI/FACULTY Please provide information about prominent minority faculty members at your school. Chitru S. Fernando, Michael F. Price Professor of Finance and director of the Center for Financial Studies Professor Fernando’s research interests are in corporate finance, corporate risk management, liquidity risk in financial markets and energy markets. He has several publications to his credit, including articles in major refereed journals such as the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial Intermediation, Journal of Financial Markets, Financial Management, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Energy Journal and European Journal of Operational Research. He is the recipient of several research awards and eight research grants, including three from the World Bank, and one each from the National Science Foundation, the Sloan Foundation and the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong. He is also a senior fellow at the Wharton Risk and Decision Processes Center and a research fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center. He has held faculty appointments at the University of Michigan Business School and Tulane University’s Freeman School of Business where he received the MBA Teacher of the Year award. He has also served on the faculty of the Carnegie-Mellon Program for Executives and as a research associate at the World Bank. He has lectured on corporate and international finance, and risk management topics to executives in the United States, Europe and Asia. Fernando has been cited for his teaching in three BusinessWeek surveys of business schools. Fernando received a PhD in finance from the Wharton School, an MA in applied economics from the University of Pennsylvania, an MS in management from the MIT Sloan School of Management, an MS in technology and policy from the department of mechanical engineering at MIT and a BSc in mechanical engineering with first-class honors from the University of Sri Lanka. Anthony S. Roath, assistant professor of marketing and supply chain management Professor Roath’s teaching interests lie in the areas of supply chain management, international marketing and logistics management. His research addresses the efficiency of global logistics systems and relationship management of cross-border alliances. Roath has been published in the Transportation Journal, International Journal of Logistics Management, Journal of World Business, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Business Logistics and Journal of International Business Studies. Dipankar Ghosh, John T. Steed Professor of Accounting Professor Ghosh’s teaching interests are in the areas of managerial accounting, designing cost systems and strategic cost analysis. His primary research interests are also in managerial accounting, specifically accounting information for judgment and decision making, management control systems, performance measures, negotiation, transfer pricing and ethics. Professor Ghosh has published a number of manuscripts in Accounting, Organization and Society, Decision Sciences, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Behavioral Research in Accounting, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Journal of Conflict Management, Journal of Business Ethics and Management Accounting. He co-authored a research monograph, “Applying Activity-based Costing in Healthcare,” published by the Foundation of Applied Research Institute on Management Accountant. Ghosh has presented several papers at national and international conferences in the area of managerial accounting and decision making. He serves on the editorial boards of Behavioral Research in Accounting and Management Accounting Research. His professional experience includes serving as an auditor with Deloitte & Touche and as a management accountant for a multinational manufacturing firm. Ghosh is the executive director of the MBA program and chair of the Glen McLaughlin Research Prize Committee for the school of accounting. Please provide information about prominent female faculty members at your school. Frances L. Ayres, director of the School of Accounting and John W. Jr. and Barbara Branch Professor of Accounting Professor Ayres’ teaching interests include financial accounting, financial accounting theory, economics of accounting choice and the interaction between tax and financial reporting. Her research interests focus on the impact of taxation, financial information and disclosure on managers and investors. Her research has been published in Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review and other academic and professional journals. Ayres is a past Peat Marwick Research Fellow and Peat Marwick Faculty Fellow. She serves as an ad hoc reviewer for several journals and has served on the editorial boards of The Accounting Review and Journal of Accounting and Public Policy. She is a past editor of the Journal of the American Taxation Association. She is an associate editor (tax) for Accounting Horizons. Patricia J. Daugherty, director of the division of marketing and supply chain management, Robin Siegfried Centennial Chair of Marketing and professor of marketing and supply chain management Professor Daugherty’s primary research interests include reverse logistics, outsourcing and supply chain relationships. She is the immediate past editor of the Journal of Business Logistics and has been published in a wide range of academic journals including International Journal of Logistics Management, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of Marketing Research and The Logistics and Transportation Review. In addition, Daugherty has co-authored two books, Competitive Positioning for the 1990s and Logistical Excellence: It’s Not Business as Usual. Daugherty has consulted with a number of firms, including The Gillette Company, Nabisco Foods, OwensCorning Fiberglas and Ralston Purina Company. She is a member of the Academy of Marketing Science, American Marketing Association and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. She is president of the Oklahoma Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Roundtable and serves on the editorial boards of six journals.

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Evgenia V. Golubeva, assistant professor of finance Professor Golubeva’s teaching interests include investments, and corporate and international finance. Her research interests lie mainly in asset pricing and market microstructure. She has studied the effect of individual investor sentiment on stock returns in the United States using consumer confidence to measure sentiment. This study is to be published in The Review of Financial Studies. Golubeva recently published an article examining the first voluntary switch of a U.S. company from the New York Stock Exchange to Nasdaq in the Journal of Financial Markets. Her research interests also include energy markets, specifically energy joint ventures and the dynamics of energy futures prices. Prior to pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Utah, she worked in the Russian oil and gas industry for three years. Golubeva is a member of the American Finance Association and the Financial Management Association. Traci A. Carte, associate professor of management information systems Professor Carte’s teaching interests include database management, accounting information systems and introduction to MIS. Her primary research focus is on leveraging technology to support diverse teams. Professor Carte’s research has been published in journals such as Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly, Journal of the AIS, Group Decision and Negotiation, Decision Support Systems, Database Advances, and numerous national and international conference proceedings. Her research has been recognized by a Best Paper Award from MIS Quarterly in 2002 and a doctoral student award for excellence in research at the University of Georgia. She currently serves on the editorial board at MIS Quarterly. Carte has also been recognized for teaching. She won the Advancia award for MIS teaching excellence in 2000. In 2001, she was given the UOSA Outstanding Faculty Award. She has also previously been named a Nichols Faculty fellow, a Price College Teaching Fellow, a Bruzzy Westheimer Partner in Learning, and a Conoco-Phillips Partner in Learning. Prior to joining the OU faculty, she worked for several years as a data administrator and systems manager. Teresa Shaft, associate professor of management information systems Professor Shaft teaches systems analysis and design, and project management. Her research interests include the cognitive processes used by IS professionals during system development and maintenance, the role of IS in environmental management and obtaining value from IT investments. Her work has been published in Information Systems Research, Management Information Systems Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Business and Society, Database Advances, Behavior and Information Technology and Journal of Industrial Ecology. She has given numerous presentations at national conferences and is a reviewer for several journals. Shaft is a member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science. She is a cofounder of IS-CORE, a special interest group of AIS. In 2001, she won the Advancia award for MIS teaching excellence. Before entering graduate school, she worked as a software engineer. Her research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation. Shaila Miranda, associate professor of management information systems Professor Miranda teaches Knowledge Management, Organizational Impacts of IT, Database Management and Business Data Analysis. Her research interests include interorganizational relationships such as outsourcing, the districting of venture capital funding, computer-mediated collaboration and virtual teams, and knowledge management. She is also interested in critiquing and applying sociological and organizational theory. Her work appears in Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Logistics Information Management, Small Group Research, Information and Management and Data Base. Miranda currently serves as associate editor of Information Systems Research and has previously served as associate editor of MIS Quarterly.

CURRICULUM AND RESEARCH Please provide information on any classes and concentrations that focus on issues related to women or minorities. 4323: Cross-Cultural Issues of Managerial Behavior Introduces students to the work values and behaviors of individuals in countries around the world. Some topics covered in the cross-cultural comparisons discussed will include approaches to motivation, communication, decision making and negotiation. Particular emphasis will be placed on the developed and developing regions of the world that are important participants in today’s global economy. 4403: Undoing Racism Experience has shown us that organizing skills alone are not sufficient to build the kind of coalitions necessary for a broad-based movement for social change. This course examines history, culture, international dynamics of leadership and networking in order to bring about self-awareness and facilitate an understanding of the issues within a racial construct. 4423: Women’s Issues in Human Relations This course examines a perspective on women’s development that accurately reflects women’s experiences rather than society’s traditional view of women. We will explore the effect on women of being silenced, sexualized and subordinated in a patriarchal culture. Particular attention will be given to self-in-relation theory, a developmental theory proposing that women develop their sense of self through relationships but eventually discover that this is not valued or required. Since so many of our attitudes are determined in early life, we will explore the construction of identity in adolescent female development. Views of women’s experiences in different cultures will also be examined.

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G5053: Racial Diversity Focuses on the changing demographics of our society, especially related to race and culture, gender, age, disability and socioeconomic status, emphasizing the implications of these factors for effective management. G5703: International Human Relations This course will examine ways to understand people of varying cultures. It uses a multidisciplinary approach to look at the roots and explanations of differences between cultures and what these differences mean for working with people of various backgrounds. This course utilizes the tools of history, geography, economics, sociology, and other social and physical sciences to understand why people are different in order to identify strategies for building effective human relations. G5713: Women, Work and the Family A creative exploration of the dynamics of women’s issues in both the family and the workplace. It examines the societal conditioning that creates the “superwoman,” mother-blaming, balancing roles, the time bind of home and work, discrimination in the workplace, relational practice at work, and companies that care about women and families. Exploration will include strategies for innovative planned change. G5723: Sexism and Homophobia This course will examine the relationship between sexism and heterosexism, homophobia and misogyny. Using a variety of materials and methods, students will be encouraged to familiarize themselves with the history of homosexuality and explore the discrimination faced by gay men and lesbians, as well as the impact of homophobia on our working relationships, our personal and professional lives, and on the institutions in which we participate. Please describe any faculty and/or student research projects that focus on diversity, multiculturalism and minority issues. Professor David A. Ralston, the Price Chair in International Business, teaches cross-cultural management and organizational behavior. His research interests lie in the cross-cultural management areas related to values, ethics, influence and corporate responsibility, and have resulted in such work as: Ralston, D.A., Holt, D.A., Terpstra, R.H. and Yu, K.C. (2008). “The impact of national culture and economic ideology on managerial work values: A study of the United States, Russia, Japan, and China.” Journal of International Business Studies, 39, 8 to 26. Ralston, D.A., Hallinger, P., Egri, C.P. and Naothinsuhk, S. (2005). “The effects of culture and life stage on workplace strategies of upward influence: A comparison of Thailand and the United States.” Journal of World Business, 30, 321 to 337. Ralston, D.A., Cunniff, M.K. and Gustafson, D.A. (1995). “Cultural Accommodation: The Effect of Language on the Responses of Bilingual Hong Kong Chinese Managers.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 26, 714 to 727. Michelle “Shelly” Grunsted, professor of marketing and supply chain management, teaches courses on the legal environment of business, real property law and international business law at the graduate and undergraduate level. Grunsted has consulted with several Native American tribes in the areas of land and economic development, grant writing and implementation, and the design and implementation of tribal court regulatory and civil codes. Please describe any symposiums or special lectures that focus on diversity and minority issues organized and/or sponsored by your school. The Price School of Business works with the larger community of the University of Oklahoma to host events that focus on issues related to multiculturalism and diversity, such as: Oklahoma Native American Prevention Conference This annual event focuses on health and well-being among the Native American community. The theme of the 2009 conference was “Sacred Awareness.” National Conference for Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) The University of Oklahoma’s Southwest Center for Human Relations Studies organizes the annual NCORE conference series. NCORE constitutes the leading and most comprehensive national forum on issues of race and ethnicity in American higher education. The conference focuses on the complex task of creating and sustaining comprehensive institutional change designed to improve racial and ethnic relations on campus, and to expand opportunities for educational access and success by culturally diverse, traditionally underrepresented populations. NCORE is designed to provide a significant forum for discussion, critical dialogue and exchange of information as institutions search for effective strategies to enhance access, social development, education, positive communication and cross-cultural understanding in culturally diverse settings.

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ORGANIZATIONS AND STUDENT LIFE Please provide information on your school diversity student and alumni organizations. African and African-American Student Advisory Committee The purpose of the African and African-American Student Advisory Committee is to approve course fees for African and African-American studies (AFAM) programming, report on the AFAM program and College of Arts and Sciences dean’s advisory committee meetings, act as a liaison between AFAM faculty and students, and to maintain and create student/alumni networks. American Indian Student Association (AISA) www.ou.edu/aisa/index.html The University of Oklahoma American Indian Student Association is where American Indian students come to promote their heritage. AISA’s role at OU is to provide a means for the 900 American Indian students to celebrate their heritage and traditions through cultural, educational and social events. Arab Student Association www.ou.edu/student/asa The Arab Student Association at OU is an interfaith, multiethnic organization dedicated to creating productive dialogue among Arabs and other ethnicities, interacting with people of all backgrounds and faiths, promoting the cultural and political life of the Middle East, and conveying a positive image of America to the Arab world. Asian-American Student Association (AASA) The AASA is dedicated to the enrichment of the University of Oklahoma community through emphasizing the cultural heritage, language and tradition of Asian-Americans. Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA) www.ou.edu/oubgsa The Black Graduate Student Association serves as an organization among students including, but not limited to, those of African descent who are enrolled in graduate and professional degree programs. BGSA provides a network of graduate students who act as a support system for its members while fostering intellectual forums for personal and educational growth. Bolivian International Student Association The Bolivian International Student Association aims to enrich the university culturally and allow the community to understand the educational opportunities in Bolivian universities. European Student Organization www.ou.edu/student/europe The European Student Organization’s purpose is to represent and assist the European students on campus while creating European and multicultural awareness at the University of Oklahoma. It also aims to encourage friendship among students from different cultural backgrounds. French and Francophone Student Association The French and Francophone Student Association is the voice of the French and Francophone community at the University of Oklahoma. It organizes and facilitates various intercultural, social and intramural events among the international organizations and other University of Oklahoma organizations. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Friends (GLBTF) GLBTF strives to combat prejudices and discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons and to educate the community about what it means to be gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered. The organization also seeks to affirm a positive self-image for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons and to ensure the integrity of all persons. Hispanic American Student Association (HASA) www.ou.edu/student/hasa HASA’s mission is to serve the university and surrounding communities by emphasizing the culture, heritage, language and traditions of the Hispanic and Latino community at OU. Hong Kong Student Association (HKSA) HKSA provides information and services to all students from Hong Kong and other places, and aids in their adjustment to life at the University of Oklahoma. HKSA also promotes activities organized by the international office and fosters educational and cultural exchange. International Student Friendship www.ou.edu/student/isf International Student Friendship’s mission is to serve the international student community by providing opportunities for interaction and friendship between international and American students.

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Korean Student Association (KSA) www.ou.edu/student/ksa The Korean Student Association is a nonprofit student organization created to inform the University of Oklahoma about Korean culture and harmonize relationships among Korean students at OU and other universities in the area. Every year, KSA holds a welcoming party at the beginning of the fall semester, and a Korean Food Fair and Korean Culture Night in the middle of the spring semester. In addition, KSA also holds social and athletic events with other student associations at OU, one of which is the OU/OSU/UCO KSA annual athletic event. The KSA staff is elected during the final group meeting at the end of the school year. Malaysian Student Association The purpose of the Malaysian Student Association is to look after the well-being and interests of the members of the association. It aims to promote cultural exchanges and serve as the member of the international advisory committee of the University of Oklahoma while cooperating with other student organizations in the United States. Russian Club www.ou.edu/russianclub The Russian Club’s mission is to broaden student knowledge and awareness of Russian culture, history, political and social aspects of Russian life. The club hopes to promote interaction with Russian exchange students and the international community. Society of Chinese Students and Scholars www.ou.edu/student/scss The Society of Chinese Students and Scholars promotes cultural and academic exchanges as well as science and technology collaborations between China and the United States and provides social activities and services for students, scholars and their families. Thai Student Association The purpose of the Thai Student Association is to serve as the representative of Thai students at the University of Oklahoma and as the network providing support and essential information for all OU Thai students. Please also provide information on any programs, including on-campus and universitywide programs in which MBA students participate that focus on issues related to women or minorities. The Price College of Business works with student organizations and the University of Oklahoma campus community to encourage community outreach and services. The University of Oklahoma hosts a variety of outreach initiatives, spearheaded by students, faculty and staff, including a student organization dedicated to service through Habitat for Humanity and Circle K International. Please provide information on any institutes and/or related programs that focus on diversity. African-American Student Life African-American Student Life provides academic, cultural and social support to more than 1,200 African-American students at the University of Oklahoma. The primary purpose of our office is to aid students in the successful pursuit of a college degree. We want all African-American students at OU to have an enriching college life, and we want to help them take advantage of the opportunities the university community has to offer. American Indian Student Life (AISL) American Indian Student Life at the University of Oklahoma is dedicated to providing the needed support and assistance necessary to help American Indian students achieve their educational and personal goals. AISL is the designated liaison office for students, university departments, alumni and tribes/nations throughout the country. Asian-American Student Life Asian-American Student Life at the University of Oklahoma is designed specifically to help Asian-American students make the most of their academic opportunities at the university. We provide support and assistance to more than 1,100 Asian-American students at OU. Our goal is to retain and graduate Asian-American students. We provide our students positive campus life experiences while they are here and help prepare them for a successful career in the future. Latino Student Life The purpose of Latino Student Life is to provide motivation, encouragement, guidance and support to all students as they matriculate to graduation. This is accomplished by institutional involvement, mentorship, leadership development and cultural support. Latino Student Life is also dedicated to reaching out to the growing community of Latinos through activities that celebrate our cultures, educate our peoples, provide opportunities for growth and promote a strong community of students, alumni, faculty/staff and community leaders. Women’s Outreach Center (WOC) studentlife.ou.edu/content/view/23/25 The Women’s Outreach Center is committed to addressing issues of gender, celebrating diversity, developing leaders, empowering women and promoting women’s achievements.

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Please describe any off-campus resources, activities, programs and/or organizations that may be of interest to minority or female students. American Indian Cultural Center and Museum www.aiccm.com According to its website, the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum features exhibits that “reflect upon the history, shared values and contemporary culture of Oklahoma’s diverse and vibrant tribal community.” National Association of Women Business Owners www.nawbook.org/index.html The Central Oklahoma chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, located in Oklahoma City, “provides education, information, experience and networking opportunities to its women business-owner members to help them grow their businesses.” According to the website, they have recently established the Women Supporting Women entrepreneurial scholarship to assist women who are just starting their businesses.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Please describe any diversity recruiting events for employers recruiting minority and/or female students at or near your school. The Price College of Business hosts the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Multicultural Career Fair, and participates in the conferences held by the National Society of Hispanic MBAs and the National Black MBA Association, as well as other recruiting events.

STRATEGIC PLAN AND DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP Please provide any additional information regarding your school’s diversity initiatives that you wish to share. ¿Habla Español? Price academic advising services does. Just ask for José Dela Cruz, international programs liaison and academic counselor. Cristela Carrizales, Charlene McCright-Streller and Talisha Teague are also familiar with Spanish. Robert Harper of the career development program is also fluent.

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION Please describe the demographics of your most recent entering class. Percentage of female students: 31 percent Average age of students: 25 Please describe the geographic diversity of your most recent entering class. Percentage of in-state and out-of-state students: In-state: 60 percent; Out-of-state: 40 percent Percentage of international students: 21 percent Please describe the selectivity of your school for the most recent application cycle. Number of matriculants: 52 Please describe the academic and employment backgrounds of your most recent entering class. Average years of pre-MBA work experience: 1.6 Percentage of students who studied different undergraduate disciplines: Arts: 4 percent Engineering: 31 percent Liberal arts: 21 percent Science: 17 percent Business: 27 percent

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Please provide student employment information for the most recent graduating class. Class of 2008 Average starting salary: $71,000 Major recruiting companies: American Airlines AT&T ConocoPhillips Dell Devon Energy Disney Ernst & Young ExxonMobil FedEx Fujitsu IBM KPMG ONEOK Schlumberger Shell

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