Inaugural PCSB Dean’s Symposium with Bank of America CEO a Huge Success

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When you’re a freshman majoring in finance and economics, and the CEO of Bank of America speaks at your college, you find a way to say hello and shake his hand.

Jacob Konrad ’18 and Carlos Ayala ’18 seized that opportunity on Thursday, Feb. 5, when Brian Moynihan came to Providence College for the inaugural School of Business Dean’s Symposium. More than 600 people attended the event in ’64 Hall or watched the live stream in McPhail’s and elsewhere in Slavin Center.

Read more from the PC News story about the Dean’s Symposium here.

The following are photos from the event:

Madeleine Romeu '15 and Chris Bunsa '16 — both finance majors with accountancy minors — took turns with Dean Sylvia Maxfield asking questions of Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan during the PCSB Dean's Symposium.

Madeleine Romeu ’15 and Chris Bunsa ’16 — both finance majors with accountancy minors — took turns with Dean Sylvia Maxfield asking questions of Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan during the PCSB Dean’s Symposium.

More than 600 people attended the event in ’64 Hall or watched the live stream in McPhail’s and elsewhere in Slavin Center.

More than 600 people attended the event in ’64 Hall or watched the live stream in McPhail’s and elsewhere in Slavin Center.

The event was open to all PC students, faculty, and staff.

The event was open to all PC students, faculty, and staff.

Dean Maxfield and the students asked Brian questions on a range of topics, including leadership, ethics, and the economy.

Dean Maxfield and the students asked Moynihan questions on a range of topics, including leadership, ethics, and the economy.

A question-and-answer session at the end of the event provided the opportunity for audience members to ask questions of Moynihan. Skip ahead to 50:30 on the video above to hear the question from Anne Nagle (pictured here), assistant dean of the School of Continuing Education.

A question-and-answer session at the end of the event provided the opportunity for audience members to ask questions of Moynihan. Skip ahead to 50:30 on the video above to hear the question from Anne Nagle (pictured here), assistant dean of the School of Continuing Education.

There’s a saying, “in tough times, your purpose will rule,” Moynihan said.

There’s a saying, “in tough times, your purpose will rule,” Moynihan said.

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