Gina Valentine '96 The Impact of Gifts

Generous financial and time commitments from alumni and businesses have been essential to student growth. Take a moment and read some stories of contributions by the UNIBusiness family that immediately generate student progress.

Top 25 Individual Donors

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Young alumni give their time to new students
New UNIBusiness students often feel overwhelmed in their first year with us, knowing the decisions they make could shape the rest of their lives. Stories from recent alumni - first-hand accounts of how they spent their time at UNI, how they landed that first job and how they got to where they are today - can ease new students' anxiety and teach them how they can begin today to manage their careers.

In the first year of the Professional Readiness Program, five recent UNIBusiness alumni spoke to first-year students in the PRP's All About Business course. Rochelle Dotzenrod (Real Estate and Finance '04), assistant vice president at U.S. Bank in Minneapolis; Liz Dunshee (Economics '03), senior associate, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A., in Minneapolis; Jeff Hassman (Management '92), managing director of Cedar Valley Partners in Cedar Falls, Iowa; Katie Noonan (Marketing '09), corporate and community relations coordinator for UNIBusiness; and Brian White (Accounting '07, MAcc '08), staff auditor, EY, Des Moines, Iowa, each spent two days giving classroom presentations and visiting with students about career paths and career management.

The nearly 400 students enrolled in All About Business in fall 2010 appreciated the recent alumni's perspectives:

"I liked hearing the steps that were taken to get them to the wonderful jobs they have today," said Ashley Kruse (Accounting). "I enjoyed learning the behind-the-scene tasks that many people don't think of accountants having to do. After hearing what Brian had to say about accounting, I have now come to the conclusion that I would like to pursue a job in public accounting."

Becca Baldwin (Real Estate) had her eyes opened to the possibilities that await her when she graduates.

"It makes me proud to see the alumni so successful," she said. "I want to be just as successful in what I choose to do as some of these people."

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Gina Valentine '96

The Impact of Gifts

Generous financial and time commitments from alumni and businesses have been essential to student growth. Take a moment and read some stories of contributions by the UNIBusiness family that immediately generate student progress.

Top 25 Individual Donors

Top 25 Institutional Donors

Young alumni give their time to new students
New UNIBusiness students often feel overwhelmed in their first year with us, knowing the decisions they make could shape the rest of their lives. Stories from recent alumni - first-hand accounts of how they spent their time at UNI, how they landed that first job and how they got to where they are today - can ease new students' anxiety and teach them how they can begin today to manage their careers.

In the first year of the Professional Readiness Program, five recent UNIBusiness alumni spoke to first-year students in the PRP's All About Business course. Rochelle Dotzenrod (Real Estate and Finance '04), assistant vice president at U.S. Bank in Minneapolis; Liz Dunshee (Economics '03), senior associate, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A., in Minneapolis; Jeff Hassman (Management '92), managing director of Cedar Valley Partners in Cedar Falls, Iowa; Katie Noonan (Marketing '09), corporate and community relations coordinator for UNIBusiness; and Brian White (Accounting '07, MAcc '08), staff auditor, EY, Des Moines, Iowa, each spent two days giving classroom presentations and visiting with students about career paths and career management.

The nearly 400 students enrolled in All About Business in fall 2010 appreciated the recent alumni's perspectives:

"I liked hearing the steps that were taken to get them to the wonderful jobs they have today," said Ashley Kruse (Accounting). "I enjoyed learning the behind-the-scene tasks that many people don't think of accountants having to do. After hearing what Brian had to say about accounting, I have now come to the conclusion that I would like to pursue a job in public accounting."

Becca Baldwin (Real Estate) had her eyes opened to the possibilities that await her when she graduates.

"It makes me proud to see the alumni so successful," she said. "I want to be just as successful in what I choose to do as some of these people."

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About UNIBusiness | Alumni Success

Gina Valentine '96

The Impact of Gifts

Generous financial and time commitments from alumni and businesses have been essential to student growth. Take a moment and read some stories of contributions by the UNIBusiness family that immediately generate student progress.

Top 25 Individual Donors

Top 25 Institutional Donors

Young alumni give their time to new students
New UNIBusiness students often feel overwhelmed in their first year with us, knowing the decisions they make could shape the rest of their lives. Stories from recent alumni - first-hand accounts of how they spent their time at UNI, how they landed that first job and how they got to where they are today - can ease new students' anxiety and teach them how they can begin today to manage their careers.

In the first year of the Professional Readiness Program, five recent UNIBusiness alumni spoke to first-year students in the PRP's All About Business course. Rochelle Dotzenrod (Real Estate and Finance '04), assistant vice president at U.S. Bank in Minneapolis; Liz Dunshee (Economics '03), senior associate, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A., in Minneapolis; Jeff Hassman (Management '92), managing director of Cedar Valley Partners in Cedar Falls, Iowa; Katie Noonan (Marketing '09), corporate and community relations coordinator for UNIBusiness; and Brian White (Accounting '07, MAcc '08), staff auditor, EY, Des Moines, Iowa, each spent two days giving classroom presentations and visiting with students about career paths and career management.

The nearly 400 students enrolled in All About Business in fall 2010 appreciated the recent alumni's perspectives:

"I liked hearing the steps that were taken to get them to the wonderful jobs they have today," said Ashley Kruse (Accounting). "I enjoyed learning the behind-the-scene tasks that many people don't think of accountants having to do. After hearing what Brian had to say about accounting, I have now come to the conclusion that I would like to pursue a job in public accounting."

Becca Baldwin (Real Estate) had her eyes opened to the possibilities that await her when she graduates.

"It makes me proud to see the alumni so successful," she said. "I want to be just as successful in what I choose to do as some of these people."

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