The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Rockefeller Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership

The Rockefeller Business Entrepreneurship and Leadership (RBEL) student discussion group is dedicated to promoting, fostering and encouraging relationships between Dartmouth alumni and undergraduates who share an interest in business.

RBLE

The Rockefeller Business Entrepreneurship and Leadership (RBEL) Student Discussion Group meets each Wednesday from 7:15 to 8:15 p.m. in Rocky 209. All students are welcome.

RBEL Student Program Assistants Claire Alcus '18, Katie Flattum '18, and Julian Marcu '18.

2015-2016 RBEL Student Program Assistants Claire Alcus ’18, Katie Flattum ’18, and Julian Marcu ’18.

RBEL was founded by two ’12s — originally under the acronym DABL (Dartmouth Athletes Business and Leadership group) — who recognized that an organization did not yet exist on campus that allowed students to meet and engage with alums in order to learn from the alums' undergraduate and professional experiences in business. DABL filled that gap, and now RBEL has evolved from that foundation and engages a diverse group of alumni who are leaders and entrepreneurs in varied fields.

All students are welcome and sessions are weekly. For specific dates, discussion topics, and speakers, see the Center’s calendar.

Schedule

Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Rockefeller Center, Class of 1930s Room.

For More Information

Contact Vincent L. Mack, program officer, co-curricular programs.

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