The “James Rogers Fox, M.D., Fund for Healthcare Innovation” will support early-stage health ventures based in Minnesota.
UST Real Estate Professor Tom Hamilton wanted to provide students with a global real-world challenge, a look at real estate development and planning in another culture with a different mix of resources, under different laws, currency, and another type of government.
An anonymous donor has given $50 million – one of the three largest gifts to higher education in Minnesota history – to the University of St. Thomas' Opus College of Business.
Aristotle Fund prepares students for work in emerging markets
Myth owner, Mike Ogren ?92, brings nightlife to Maplewood
Saving the environment one car at a time
Focus on ethics is evident throughout the college
How to keep good employees in a tight labor market
Lt. Col. Jeff Johnson '93 MBC, Serves as "eyes, ears and conscience" at the Minnesota National Guard.
JoAnne Pastel '85, '99 MIM, and Kakie Fitzsimmons '00 launch Farmer's Hat Productions
Two Opus College of Business professors are combining dual interests in business and science to create a unique opportunity for graduate business students.
This event is the first in an ongoing Master's Pub series.
The Opus College of Business presents Deciphering the Human Capital Dilemma: An Executive Panel Discussion, a networking reception and executive speaker event, on Thursday, Sept. 20. Opus College of Business alumni, faculty and staff are invited to attend.
The graduate-level real estate program at the University of St. Thomas is gaining a broader mission as well as a new name. This fall the master of science in the field of real estate appraisal will become a master of science in the field of real estate.
Opus College of Business Launches Institute to Help Companies Assess and Improve their Ethical Conduct
The Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas is launching a new organization, the SAIP Institute, that will help companies assess and enhance their ethical conduct.
As world class athletes faced scrutiny for steroid use, it was only a matter of time before high school athletes joined the game