Dr. Mark Skousen Presents 'Dollars and Sense' Webinar Series

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Three-part webinar series discusses business practices and the economy

Dr. Mark Skousen, Honorary Dean, Mark Skousen School of Business

Dr. Mark Skousen, Honorary Dean of Grantham University’s Mark Skousen School of Business, a professional economist, financial advisor and author of more than 25 books, will host a three-part webinar series discussing business practices and the economy. Skousen will be joined by Niccole Buckley, Dean of the School of Business.

The webinar series will focus on topics such as: how business churns the economy; the proper balance between consumption, savings and investing; and the foundations of education and business.

These quick 30-minute webinars will be held on multiple dates and times. Below is a list of the topics, registration links and the available dates and times. Please feel free to register for one or all three of the events. Space is limited, so interested attendees should register as soon as possible.

“Dollars and Sense: Rethink What You Think You Already Know”

  • Thursday, September 15th, 2011

     2:00 – 2:30pm CT

  • Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

     11:00 – 11:30am CT
“Dollars and Sense: Impact on Economic Freedom and Growth”

  • Friday, September 16th, 2011

     2:00 – 2:30pm CT

  • Wednesday, September 21st 2011

     11:00 – 11:30am CT
“Dollars and Sense: The Wheel for Successful Business”

  • Friday, September 16th, 2011

     11:00 – 11:30am CT

  • Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

     2:00 – 2:30pm CT

In addition to contributing to the business school curriculum at Grantham, Skousen has taught economics and finance at Columbia Business School, Columbia University, Barnard College, Mercy College and Rollins College. Since 1980, he has been the editor in chief of the award-winning Forecasts & Strategies. He is also the editor of three weekly trading advisory services: Hedge Fund Trader, High-Income Trader, and Turnaround Trader. He is the producer of FreedomFest, an annual gathering of individualists, and was a former economic analyst to the CIA.

According to 2010 statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, high school graduates are facing an unemployment rate of 10.3 percent, while bachelor’s degree recipients have an unemployment rate of just 5.4 percent. These statistics show the importance that a college degree has in the marketplace.

Grantham University’s Mark Skousen School of Business offers a differentiated curriculum rooted in case studies and practical, real life examples, taught by business owners and leaders in today’s market place. The School of Business offers associate, bachelor and master’s degrees in Business Management, Business Administration, Accounting, Human Resource Management and Project Management.

For more information about Grantham University and its degree programs, visit us online or call 800-955-2527.

About Grantham University:
Established in 1951, Grantham University is a private institution that specializes in online education for the working adult student. Its mission is to provide accessible, affordable, professionally relevant online degrees in a continuously changing global society. Grantham University’s online undergraduate and graduate degree programs include: Accounting, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Engineering Technology, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Medical Coding and Billing, Nursing, Human Resource Management and Business Intelligence. Grantham University offers a military scholarship program for active duty, reserve, guard, veterans and military family members, as well as scholarships for law enforcement professionals. Grantham's courses are 100 percent online, allowing students to study at home, at work, on Temporary Duty (TDY) or from almost anywhere in the world. Accredited since 1961 by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council, Grantham University has compiled a distinguished record as a respected and accredited distance learning university spanning six decades of service to education.


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