Boston Consulting Group Night

  • Friday, April 22, 2011
  • 5:30-7:30
  • UCLA
    Engineering V 2101
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The Advanced Degree Consulting Club (ADCC) is hosting BCG night at UCLA and they would like you to join them for an evening with Chris Culbertson and Joseph Kovac, consultants from the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), who will be presenting BCG’s upcoming program: Bridges to BCG, a three-day workshop for advanced degree candidates interested in management consulting.

The program will allow participants to learn about consulting, participate in case studies, and interact with BCG consultants. This program is especially relevant for those interested in potentially starting a consulting career in 2012. For additional information, please visit their website at http://www.bcg.com/careers/adc.aspx.

The event will be held in Engineer V 2101 (Material Science Department Seminar Room) from 5:30p-730p, Friday April 22.

Seating is limited so please RSVP here

Christopher Culbertson joined The Boston Consulting Group as a consultant in the Los Angeles office in January 2011. Christopher has over a decade of experience in neuroscience research and a strong interest in the Health Care practice area. Dr. Culbertson completed his Ph.D. in Neuroscience through the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2010. Prior to this, he received a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2003. Dr. Culbertson has conducted translation research in neuroscience spanning from molecular biology to clinical studies. His work includes 5 research articles in leading scientific journals and multiple presentations at international scientific conferences.

Joseph Kovac is a Consultant in the Boston Consulting Group Los Angeles office.  Joseph has research experiences cutting across biomedical engineering, biology, microtechnology, microfabrication, and optics.  His dissertation research was highly multi-disciplinary, including work in the cell biology wet lab environment as well as in the traditional engineering research facilities. Joseph received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science with a minor in biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Prior to his Ph.D., Joseph earned his M.Eng. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in 2007 and his S.B. degree in Electrical Science and Engineering in 2005 both from MIT. He has published in peer-reviewed publications and presented at top national and international conferences.