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Meredith Students Attend GAME Forum


In New York City, five students from the Student Investment Fund Club at Meredith College School of Business found themselves at the forefront of the financial world. With guidance from their faculty advisor, Dr. Bing Yu, and support from the Harris School of Business, these students embarked on a journey at the Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education (GAME) Forum.

According to Atiqua Prithu,’25, the two-day event, commencing on Mar. 22, was a hub of Global Asset Management Education. Amidst the bustling financial district, industry luminaries congregated to share insights and expertise. For these aspiring financial professionals, it was an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in discussions ranging from trading strategies for income and risk management to the evolving role of women in finance.

According to Prithu, one of the standout features of the forum was its focus on macroeconomic outlooks for 2024, both within the United States and on a global scale. Through panel discussions and keynote addresses, attendees were able to gain a comprehensive understanding of the forces shaping the financial landscape. 

Beyond the informative sessions, the forum also provided a platform for networking. According to Prithu, amidst the exchange of ideas and experiences, bonds were forged with industry leaders and peers alike. A highlight of the forum for the business students was the opportunity for students to explore the investment portfolios of other university investment fund clubs. This first hand exposure to investment strategies and approaches offered insights that could also inform their own club activities at Meredith College.

Reflecting on their experience, the Meredith College students attest to the profound impact of the Quinnipiac GAME Forum. 

In conclusion, the Quinnipiac GAME Forum stands as a testament to the power of immersive learning and collaborative engagement. For the students of Meredith College School of Business, it was more than an event; Prithu reiterates that  it was a transformative experience that will resonate throughout their careers in the financial world.


By Salma Emjaheed, Contributing Writing

Photo courtesy of Atiqua Prithu

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