Photo Gallery: SBA Day 2011 Web Master | December 7, 2011 November 28, 2011 November 17 was an unusual Thursday for Menlo College: there were no classes, but the campus was filled with people—students, alumni, faculty, and staff. The Menlo community gathered for the School of Business Administration (SBA) Day. The morning kicked off with a networking breakfast and keynote speech by Saeed Amidi, Menlo alumnus and Founder and CEO of Plug and Play Tech Center; after that everyone could choose one of six breakout sessions to attend. The day rounded up with a Mini-Business-Plan competition where five teams of freshmen presented their projects to a panel of judges, as well as their fellow students, faculty, and staff. View more photos from SBA Day 2011 on Facebook: SBA Day 2011 Fixed Dimensions Images with fixed dimensions Menlo Homecoming 2011 Photo Gallery images/35×35/1.jpg Professor Sekerka and students enjoying breakfast at SBA Day 2011. The day started with students, faculty and staff meeting for breakfast in the Dining Hall. Students excited to take part in SBA Day. President Jim Kelly introducing and welcoming everyone to SBA Day. Dorothy Scala is acknowledged during breakfast. Geir Ramleth, member of the SBA Advisory Board, addresses Menlo community. Keynote Speaker, Saeed Amidi shares the secrets to business success. Alumni enjoy SBA Day with a current student. Saeed Amidi and his son Seena stop for a photo after breakfast. Professor Medlin sharing business knowledge during one of the breakout sessions. Members of Menlo Venture Promotions present their business model created for their senior capstone class. Students discussing their thoughts about business presentations. Students at the Two-Minute Elevator Pitches for the Mini-Business-Plan competition. SBA Day is not just about business. Students working together as they participate in Professor Sekerka’s breakout session. Winners of Professor Sekerka’s Team Problem Solving exercise. Using new technology offered at Menlo at one of the breakout sessions. Dale Hockstra encouraging students to take part in the SBA Day Twitter competition. Judges for the Freshman Business Plan Competition sharing their opinions about the final presentations. Synchronized Studio, winners of the Mini-Business-Plan competition. Alayna Negrillo awarded for being the “Most Engaged Twitterer”. Photo credits: Andrey Poliakov.