At Bethesda Hospital, Cathy Barr ?98 M.B.A. leads ?the best kept secret in town?
While other countries have struggled during the recession, China has charged ahead. How did the world?s now second-largest economy avoid the freefall while preparing for world dominance?
What Are the Legal and Ethical Boundaries for Dealing With Immigration: Is the New Arizona Law an Appropriate Response?
Robust economic growth forces China to address critical issues at home.
New B. publisher seeks input on the future of the magazine
The former U.S. Secretary of Labor offers an insider?s look into shaping our workforce for the next century, building trust and the pressures of affecting real change
Will Induct First Members on Oct. 27
Innovation spurs solutions to some of society?s most pervasive issues
MBC Program Sponsors Alphabet Bash
The Opus College of Business and the Multicultural Forum on Workplace Diversity, will co-host a workshop, Managing Religious-Based Conflicts in the Workplace, for business and nonprofit leaders
A four-person team of second-year UST MBA students won first place in a national Net Impact competition designed to challenge teams to analyze and propose business solutions for Integrated Packaging Corporation.
Focused on energizing the entrepreneurial spirit of UST students across campuses and colleges, the Fowler Business Concept Challenge asks students to develop a business concept that has the potential to become a viable, high-growth business.
Dr. Sameer Kumar, has been awarded the 2010 Goodeve Medal in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory or practice of Operational Research.
2010 Opus Distinguished Speaker: Elaine Chao, Former U.S. Secretary of Labor
The Center for Health and Medical Affairs at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business was awarded a unique contract to develop a curriculum on strategy execution by the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
A team of four University of St. Thomas (UST) Full-time MBA students won their division and received the highest overall honor at the national Intercollegiate Business Ethics Case Competition.
Almost 200 St. Thomas students and alumni had a chance to take in a sneak preview of the movie and participate in a discussion of business, greed, ethics and lessons learned or unlearned since the the first "Wall Street" came out in 1987.