Business savvy? here's rady's school of management
Virtual Tours by Students
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I'm at the Ready School of Management, which is a newer building here at UCSD. If you are a management, science, communications or business major, you may have a lot of classes here. Um, over the summer, I took a management finance class, and the rooms here are really nice because everything is just so newly built. This is a really cool thing, because no matter what major you are, you can volunteer to be part of a research study. Normally, it's within the economic or business department. If it's held in the Brady's incentives lab and it is just right down that hallway, it's close right now because there's currently no studies going on. I have joined quite a few studies being an EQ on Major. I wanted to see how the grad students and assistant researchers, you know, just go about their research. So I have been paid around like five dollars to twenty dollars, depending on how long the experiment last. Normally, it kill ass from thirty minutes to two hours. So you know you're a college student and need some extra money. This is a courtyard of reading School of Management. You know, you have your classrooms, your teacher's offices and some NHS optical palm tree thing going on. So I'm gonna take you one of Grady's classes. We're just in the hallway and this two classrooms, which we're all on the first. So it was like descending down until the teacher right in the front. You will sit about maybe forty to fifty students, but this is one of the smaller, a litre styled classrooms. Normally they could sit around one hundred to two hundred students. We're heading to the front, and I don't know if you're like me, but I love sitting at the front of the class because no one ten is in my way And I could see everything that teacher's writing. I'll give you a view of what it looks like from the front, so you can see how their steps coming down until here we go. Every disc has it's on down, which is so useful because almost everyone brings their computers to class, especially in one of the management kind of classrooms and lectures. Um, these are one of the buildings that you will not see on your trading tour because it's just way too far from the main part of campus. You got a V I P tour just for me, so I'll see you next time.