New OEMBA Chapter

Oregon Executive MBA Alumni establish an official alumni group

The University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business is ranked among the nation’s top 80, and its Executive MBA program has a well-earned reputation for producing outstanding graduates who are leaders in their chosen fields.

Now those alumni have a new way to remain in touch with each other following graduation, as the UOAA has added Executive MBA to its ever-expanding lineup of chapters, professional groups, and cultural and affinity groups.

“We’re eager to continue the experiences we had at OEMBA beyond graduation,” said Matt Howard, director of the OEMBA chapter. “We’re with the same group of thirty to forty people for two years, and lifelong relationships come out of that. You miss that when the program’s over, so we wanted to get an alumni association together to continue that.”

In addition to receiving all of the rewards that come with UOAA membership, Executive MBA alumni also receive the OEMBA’s newsletter, and invitations to the chapter’s Speakership Series events.

In addition to alumni having a new home at the UOAA, the OEMBA program itself will have a new home in Portland, too. Ground was recently broken on a new facility in Old Chinatown (see artist rendering, above), which, when completed, will house the program in a new, LEED certified, setting.

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