DRI's Next One-Day Conference Comes to Houston's University of St. Thomas
DRI International is proud to announce the next in its series of one-day regional conferences, which will be held at the Cameron School of Business at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX, April 23 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.!
These conferences are designed for professionals who may not have the time or money to attend DRI’s larger conference events, but still want an opportunity for networking and education when it’s conveniently close to their location. It’s also open to the next generation interested in learning what the field has to offer.
“The University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business is thrilled to host a DRI Collegiate Conference,” said Anthony Pizzitola, MBCP, session presenter and St. Thomas alumnus. “The students and faculty are looking forward to learning more about how to apply resilience measures for disasters their future organizations may face. Equally, the ability to network with international speakers and professionals is at the top of their list!”
Attendees will enjoy a networking breakfast, luncheon, and end-of-day roundtable discussion with the speakers. The cost of attendance, including meals and materials, is a $50 donation to the DRI Foundation. DRI Certified Professionals will earn CEAPs for attending the event – space is limited, so early registration is encouraged.
Among the speakers:
For more information, or to reserve your space, visit https://drii.org/education/collegiateconferences.php. DRI looks forward to seeing you there!
About the University of St. Thomas
Academic excellence attracts students from all over the world to the University of St. Thomas campus, in the heart of Houston’s Museum District. Founded in 1947 by the Basilian Fathers, the University of St. Thomas remains Houston’s first and only Catholic university. St. Thomas, dedicated to educating leaders of faith and character, is committed to the religious, ethical and intellectual traditions of Catholic higher education and welcomes students of all faiths.
St. Thomas offers 36 undergraduate majors and 10 pre-professional programs in medicine, law and engineering. 17 master’s degrees include accounting, business administration, education, faith and culture, international business, liberal arts, mental health counseling, public policy and administration, sacred music and theology. As well, a doctorate in philosophy from the University’s Center for Thomistic Studies is among the most highly respected in the world. The Cameron School of Business at St. Thomas achieved business accreditation from The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, an elite group of institutions.
Since 1994, U.S. News & World Report has named the University of St. Thomas to the top tier of Western mid-size comprehensive universities.