St. Thomas alumnus offers troubled youth a new beginning.
St. Thomas announced at noon today that it has named its College of Business after Opus, the Minnesota real estate development and construction company founded by St. Thomas trustee and benefactor Gerald Rauenhorst.
Ben Anderson, who started two successful businesses as a college student, has won $5,000 in state and regional student entrepreneurship competitions and an opportunity to compete in a global student entrepreneurs’ competition this fall.
Karen Arnold, '89 M.B.A., wants to use nanotechnology to its highest purpose.
One year after a Red Lake student killed nine members of the community before taking his own life, Holly Cook Macarro, '97 M.B.A., reflects on her unexpected return home to help her tribe.
Norris Institute provides capital for high-risk startups
Founding cohort of the Master of Science in Accountancy program will graduate in June
Bill Gates, founder, chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corp., and Richard Schulze, founder and chair of Best Buy Co. Inc., engaged in a lengthy discussion at the Schulze Hall dedication on Oct. 20, 2005. What follows are excerpts from that discussion, with questions provided by College of Business Dean Christopher Puto and St. Thomas entrepreneurship students
Seven steps to choosing the right accountant
Trust is no longer enough as multinationals reach across unfamiliar borders
Marketing chair offers insight culled from a 25-year search for balance
Business alums encouraged to tap into library research resources
Define What is Right for Client and Company