MBA Program Assistant
B.S. Management, Upper Iowa University
Colene Sassmann is the MBA Program Assistant. She provides support to students as they enter the MBA program, and as they continue on throughout their educational careers. In addition to overseeing the application process, Colene monitors student progress, communicates with students on program requirements, and supports the operations of the MBA program in both Hong Kong and Shanghai. In addition to her MBA Program Assistant responsibilities, she assists the College’s efforts to bring international visiting scholars to the UNI campus. Colene provides a warm, welcoming academic home to UNI students. She responds by providing support, encouragement, and resources to our international MBA students and visiting scholars. Her efforts characterize the Students First commitment of our UNI staff.
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