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.
Lisa Clarke, '06 M.B.A., is proud to wave the Mayo Clinic Banner.
President and CEO of HealthPartners examines the state of the health care industry
Good culture and leadership spawn good ethics
Not all that long ago, the most challenging adjustment for new college students was to find things to do with all their free time.
As world class athletes faced scrutiny for steroid use, it was only a matter of time before high school athletes joined the game
New program director at the NIHP
Is the world's most populous democracy a potential economic powerhouse?
Jim Segal '90 leads Minnesota's most interesting stores.
Harvard legal scholar, Mary Ann Glendon, has served as an adviser to President Bush and Pope John Paul II
Opus Corp. founder reflects on his 'beautiful friendship' with St. Thomas and the newly named Opus College of Business