Students in the first-ever class in King Graduate School of Business at Monroe College.
History was made at Monroe College on the evening of Thursday, January 5 as the King Graduate School for Business opened for business!
The first MBA class held on the Bronx campus was Managing in the Global Environment, taught by Professor Lloyd Soobrien. Dean of College Relations Donald Simon, Vice President of Student Services Roberta Greenberg, and Vice President for Academics Stephen Waldow came to the Jerome Hall classroom to witness Monroe history in the making.
“So far, the program is going very well,” said King Graduate School Dean Lorraine Gerstner. “The students are excited; they are intrigued by the reading material and are inspired by the varied experience of the faculty.”
The 70 King Graduate School students on the two Monroe campuses who started this week will greatly benefit from the appreciative inquiry, project based learning, and case-study methodologies that are the foundation of the King Graduate School.