March, 2014

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Upcoming Events

Hello SHRMers! We have a lot of great events coming up soon. Our Second Annual HRM Awards Banquet, hosted by the Fox School’s Department of Human Resource Management (HRM) and our Main and Ambler Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) student chapters. Our banquet luncheon will take place on Friday, April 4, 2014 from 12:00 to 2:00 at the Howard Gittis Student Activities Center. If you are already a member, you have free admission – just register here so we have your RSVP.

Don’t forget to join our Facebook Page & follow our Twitter

If you are interested in becoming an officer for next year go here for more information! you can send your resume and application to thetushrm@gmail.com. This is a great way to stand out and learn more about Human Resources.

DON’T LET YOUR SHRM MEMBERSHIP LAPSE!
Are you graduating this spring?  As a SHRM student member you are eligible to convert to the professional membership rate at a greatly reduced cost of $80 vs. $185.  And that’s not just for the coming year.  You’ll have access to this rate for two years!  Watch for emails coming your way with important information on how to take advantage of this outstanding rate.  As you move into your first HR position, you won’t want to be without the resources, information and discounts SHRM membership provides you.

The President of Cornell University’s HR Review, Matthew Peterson, invites you to participate in the 5th Annual Student Essay Competition. It is open to all graduate and undergraduate students pursuing a degree in HR, business, labor relations, industrial & organizational psychology or another related discipline.

The competition is a great way to get on the radars of leading HR executives. Top essays will be evaluated by a panel of judges from GE, Shell, Dell (sponsors of the competition) and Cornell and winning essays will be published on the HR Review website. Additionally, winners will be invited to attend Cornell’s Human Capital Symposium in fall 2014—an excellent opportunity to interact with some of the world’s top HR executives. Travel assistance may be available. Cash prizes will be awarded: $1000 for first place, $500 for second, and $250 for third.

Participants must respond to one of three prompts available on the HR Review website. They cover the topics of cultivating non-Western leadership styles abroad, the role of HR as an employee advocate, and the challenges of employing knowledge-sharing practices. Essays need to be 1,000–1,600 words in length.

To view the full prompts, read judges’ bios, and for all other details, please visit  www.cornellhrreview.org. Submissions should be sent as a Word document to this email (hrreview@cornell.edu) and are due April 16, 2014. We hope you will participate!