The ASAP Program is designed to provide a real-world, hands-on experience in securities analysis and portfolio management using real dollars. The primary objective is to provide an experience that will duplicate the risk/reward perspectives that actually occur as portfolios are constructed and managed. Leadership, team building, and both oral and written communication skills are also emphasized. We want to assist you in developing the spectrum of skills essential to successfully navigate the investment-management process. We limit participation to a maximum of 21 students.
Featuring: Jongha Lim, University of Missouri-Columbia
Indirect Incentives of Hedge Fund Managers
Friday, December 13th, 10:30am, Marketing Conference Room
Hua Chen, Assistant Professor, Temple University
Systemic Risk in the Insurance Industry: Interconnectedness, Contributions and Determinants
Friday, October 11th, 10:00 a.m., SGMH1108
The Gamma Iota Sigma fellowship strives to bind its members together with a tie of true and lasting FRIENDSHIP, a desire for KNOWLEDGE, a dedication to INTEGRITY, and faithful FIDELITY.
Insurance is a social science, designated to assist mankind in overcoming the potential losses inherent to civilization. It has contributed to further advancement. The services the industry may yet render will be born in research. The study of insurance will continue to open new avenues of thought, new gateways to progress. Gamma Iota Sigma helps students to study, engage in research, and to advance in all fields of insurance endeavor. Gamma Iota Sigma is only the beginning, and the associations you make will contribute greatly to your progress.
Fall 2012 Semester: Weekly meetings on Tuesday’s from 4:00-5:15 PM in the TSU-Hetebrink
Come join us! Application »
The Finance Association hosts a variety of weekly events that expose and connect students to the financial field. Featured events include professional guest speaker meetings, mock interviews, resume critique workshops, and many other exciting and interactive activities.
Check out Finance Association’s Event List for the spring semester! We have many events including guest speakers, socials, and resume critiques for our members. So take a look and we hope to see you at all of our events! Event List
Want to be rich? Want to own real estate? or have you ever thought about a career in Real Estate? Come out to the Real Estate Association’s Kick off meeting to explore the powerful investment tool of real estate!
When: Wednesday, February 8th
Location: SGMH 2201
Application Deadline: Friday, November 4th, 2011
*ED Byrd Scholarship $1000
*Prudential Scholarship $500
*State Farm Scholarship $500
*L.A. Risk & Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Award $1000
*Actuary Award 2 @ $500
(Business major not required)
*Robitaille Family Student Athlete Award $2500
(Additional Criteria: click here)
*GIS leadership scholarship 4 @ $300
(Condition: click here)
Students must apply and submit application and current enrollment slip online here.
Nationally Recognized Scholar Joins Cal State Fullerton
Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics has named Stephen P. D’Arcy of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as the first to be accorded the title Robitaille Chair in Risk and Insurance.
The endowed chair is the second for both the university and Mihaylo College and stems from a fundraising drive launched by the CSUF Center for Insurance Studies. Frank Robitaille, president of independent insurance agency Armstrong/Robitaille/Riegle, is the largest contributor to the center’s ongoing program campaign with a donation of nearly $2 million…read more.
The Center for Insurance Studies at Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College and the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation cordially invite you to attend the 2011 Insurance Forum where industry leaders and state government officials will discuss topics related to shaping the future of our industry.
Date: April 19, 2011
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Location: California State University, Fullerton,
Mihaylo Hall Charton Lecture Theater #1502
Cost: $100 per person
Speaker’s Luncheon: $250/person, includes Forum registration
Are you afraid of the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear explosion in Japan? Do you worry about what might happen if the big earthquake hits California? Would you like to know how you can protect yourself and how the insurance industry can help you financially? Would you like to make a donation to help the earthquake victims in Japan through the CSU Japanese student association? Please join us for another in the Jim Gutmann speaker series, designed to help and inform you.
Speakers: Dr. Yasuyuki Tokutsune, (Commerce Kansai University, Visiting scholar of CIS)
Dr. So Jung Park. (Professor, CSUF)
Schedule: Monday, March 21, 2011
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Where: Scott O’Brian Family innovation center (SGMH 3230)