Business Etiquette is a training component of the Fogelman Promise Professional Development
Program and is designed to teach students proper dining techniques and casual conversation
protocols in the business world. The program is coordinated by Dr. Barbara Davis,
Associate Professor of Management.
Many students have never been exposed to formal dining or networking in a business
setting. Through the Fogelman College of Business & Economics’ Business Etiquette
program, these protocols are discussed and demonstrated by a certified etiquette consultant.
Participating students have a cost for the program of $10 (though similar programs
run from $100-$150 per person) and covers food, beverages and printed materials.
The program is offered only to business majors. Students enrolled in MGMT 3510 and
students classified as juniors or seniors are given first priority for enrollment.
for more information.
Sessions will be held at the Fogelman Executive Center and take place from 5:30 p.m.
– 7:30 p.m. on select dates during the fall and spring semesters.
Four dining sessions are held each fall and spring semester, and reservations fill
up quickly. Fall 2013 Semester dates for Business Etiquette are:
Wednesday, October 2
Tuesday, October 29
Thursday, November 21
Contact Dr. Barbara Davis at email@example.com
or contact Cayla Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 901-678-4740. Preference is given to MGMT 3510 students however all students
may apply and will be considered as space is available.
Business Etiquette is one a Fogelman Promise Initiatives through which students can
earn the Fogelman Professional Development Program certificate.