EMU business panel discusses re-importation of drugs during international week events
YPSILANTI – Ordering drugs over the Internet and possibly getting counterfeit products will be one of the topics discussed by an Eastern Michigan University panel of business professionals. The forum, Nov. 17, 10 a.m.– noon, Room 201 at the College of Business, is free to the public. It is part of the EMU’s International Week celebration Nov. 15-19.
The three-person panel and their topics include:
Global Issues for the Pharmaceutical Business.” Singer has eight years of chemistry experience in the pharmaceutical industry and has taught in an academic setting. She has a master’s degree from Temple University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
“These individuals were selected because they’re presenting ‘hot topics’ and their companies represent diverse industries that are actively involved in international business,” said David Mielke, dean of EMU’s College of Business.
“We want to provide our students, faculty and the community with first-hand exposure to important international topics,” said Mielke. “The College of Business has a number of international university exchange partners and has a dual master’s degree program with Tianjin University in China.”For additional information, contact Shirley Wentz, COB, Office of the Dean, 734.487.4140.
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