Do you want to get involved in the College of Business? Are you interested in making changes in and around PBB? Tippie Senate provides you with the opportunity to do this and much more. Serving as a Tippie Senator involves a wide variety of experiences and opportunities such as:
· A weekly meeting with Ken Brown
· Knowing the “inside scoop” about what’s going on in Tippie
· Planning and hosting events such as Food for Finals, Lunar New Year, and Candy Grams
· Representing the Tippie student body
· Making changes within the College of Business based on student voice and concerns
To serve as a Tippie Senator you must be elected by your peers. The process and deadlines are as follows:
1. Go to tippie.uiowa.edu/senate/ to apply and print off a signature sheet. You must collect 50 signatures from other College of Business students. The application and signature sheet are due Friday, April 8th by 5:00pm.
2. April 18th to April 20th – campaigning period. Rules and regulations for campaigning will be provided.
3. April 21st to April 22nd – online voting
Additionally, see our recruitment video here:
Do you have a professor who deserves come recognition? Thank them with a candy gram! We will be tabling on Thursday, February 11th, but only the form at tinyurl.com/candy-gram16 needs to be filled out to participate.
Tippie Senate is proud to announce our four new senators for the following school year:
Congrats to you all, and thank you to everyone who voted! We look forward to a great 2015-2016 school year.
Today is the day! Make sure you check out each candidate’s platform and vote for you think would represent the TCOB in the best way possible:
Voting will take place today (April 23rd) and tomorrow (April 24th). Good luck to the candidates running!
Tippie Senate elections for new senators will be taking place this Thursday (April 23rd) and Friday (April 24th). Only students that are in the Tippie School of Business are eligible to vote. We encourage you all to check out each candidate’s platform throughout the week to make sure you are making educated decisions!
Best of luck to all the candidates running. We can’t wait to see the outcomes!
“I am saddened to report that Andrew Mogni, a Tippie Finance major who sustained serious injuries while studying in Rome, passed away this weekend. Our thoughts are with Andrew’s family and friends at this difficult time.
As soon as plans for a local service are announced, they will be available via my blog (http://www.biz.uiowa.edu/bizblog) and via Twitter (#prayformogni). For information, see the UI International Programs website or the Chicago Tribune story.