The students from Marquette University’s AIM Class of 2009 are back again secure (although a little sleep deprived) from the RISE Forum in Dayton, Ohio. Characterized by a non-scripted panel conversation format, RISE offers students the initial opportunity to lead conversations, ask questions, and participate in conversation which involves them in real world issues and methods that shape the world’s financial future.
Over the last eight years RISE has managed students from more than 467 colleges and universities from all 50 state governments and 83 countries, making it the largest college student investment discussion board in the world. Dr. Bob Froehlich, Chairman of the Investor Strategy Committee for Deutsche Asset Management and moderator for many RISE -panel discussions. As well as the keynote presentations RISE included specialized breakout sessions focusing on a range of investment, career strategies and academic program development related issues; security evaluation and profile management workshops; and a portfolio competition.
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