January 11, 2019 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Written by Leo Aul, Communications Intern

The School Of Management, Mathematics, and Economics (MEM) will be hosting its third annual MEM Gala on Friday, January 18 at 7:00 p.m. The School Of MEM is hosting this event in collaboration with the King’s EconoMath Society (KEMS), and Business Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS) Association.

This event invites students of all programs to attend a night involving a buffet dinner, dancing, awards, opportunities for networking and the chance to win prizes. This year, the MEM Gala has a new venue location at the Best Western Plus Lamplighter Inn & Conference Centre, 591 Wellington Rd, London.  

The MEM Gala is an annual event to celebrate the accomplishments and the connections made in the 2018/19 academic year amongst students, faculty and clubs in the School Of MEM.

“We hold the MEM Gala annually to award all the clubs executives and members who helped us with club activities and to improve the King's community,” Eugenia He, President of KEMS, says.

A ticket purchased for this event will include entry, buffet dinner, and one alcoholic beverage for those over the age of 19. (Please bring your ID.)

A shuttle from King’s to the Lamplighter Inn is available. Those interested in taking a shuttle should indicate so at the time of ticket purchase. There will be an additional $5 fee for the shuttle service.

Tickets are currently being sold for $35 each for students and $50 each for faculty/staff at the King's Connection in the Student Life Centre until 4 p.m. on January 18.

For more information, please visit the information booth at King’s Connection in the Student Life Centre, open Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or visit the Facebook event page.

The School Of MEM provides students the skills to prepare them for professional and academic careers in management, economics, and mathematics. There are two degree programs: a Bachelor of Arts in Economics or Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies. Each undergraduate degree offers several programs and some specializations for students to choose from including accounting, global commerce, organizational and human resources, finance and administration, management and organizational studies, economics, finance, wealth management and mathematics.

To learn more about the School of MEM, visit their website at https://www.kings.uwo.ca/academics/school-of-management-economics-and-mathematics/