Post 9/11 visa problems contribute to drop in international enrollment at St. Thomas, but help is on the way
Do you want customers to complain? Many companies would answer no. But for service operations, the correct answer should always be yes.
If you've picked up a newspaper or had a recent visit to your doctor, you would likely agree that the U.S. health care industry is in need of serious reform.
Colleen Soukup '82, '91 M.B.A. finds fulfillment in a rich and varied life.
Medtronic culture and values play essential rold for Mark Losee '94 M.B.A.
Self-proclaimed social philosopher describes the importance of fleas, career mistakes and bringing the poor into the marketplace
Monsignor Terrence J. Murphy: Dec. 21, 1920- Feb. 25, 2004
St. Thomas offers neutral environment to continue work on health care policy
Clinicians and managers are learning to work together.
Mark Zesbaugh '86 credits mentor for rise to CEO.
Lisa Ferris '92 M.B.A. learned to wait for the right opportunity
Founder of online job resource Monster continues to play matchmaker despite a difficult job market
Making a Difference
New business school dean, Dr. Christopher Puto, is on a professional quest - and the beneficiary is the University of St. Thomas College of Business