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Menlo College Celebrates “Aloha Aku, Aloha Mai” With Its 23rd Annual Hawai’ian Lu’au

March 14, 2014: Menlo College presents its 23rd annual authentic lu`au on Saturday, April 5, 2014. The event will include Hawaiian food, music, and dance featuring 30 Menlo College students and staff. Hawaiian music will be performed by Na Hoku Hanohano award winner, Hoku Zuttermeister. “This year, the lu’au will be simple island style with the students putting on an amazing…

Menlo College to Host First International Conference On Graduate Coaching Education

March 11, 2014: Menlo College is hosting the First International Conference on Coaching Education, organized by The Graduate School Alliance of Executive Coaching (GSAEC), on March 27 and 28, 2014. Designed for coach educators and researchers, the conference will promote sharing of leading coaching education theories and practices, academic program content and design, instructional goals and methodologies, assessment measures, admission and graduation criteria, and other topics…

The Rigors of Publishing Academic Research

March 4, 2014: To be successful at research, you not only have to use robust methodology and study an important topic that makes a contribution to the field but you also have to be able to hook your reviewers by telling a good story, explained Dr. Jan Jindra, Assistant Professor of Finance. “Otherwise, you might lose the reader’s interest.”…

Apollo Night Concludes Black History Month With A Bang

March 3, 2014: By Vicky Schultz Menlo College's Annual Apollo Night, a display of talents organized by the Black Student Union (BSU), took place on Thursday, February 27 and marked the conclusion of Black History month. Menlo students, faculty, and staff took to the stage to perform in various acts that included dancing, a capella singing, deejaying, rapping, and yo-yoing. Professors Craig Medlen…