This week's notes feature faculty Corrine Carvalho, Massimo Faggioli, Paul Niskanen, Teresa Rothausen, Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell and Kevin Zilverberg, and staff Sarah E. Spencer.
Two Opus College of Business faculty members share insights about the impact of political instability on the U.S. business environment.
Operations and Supply Chain Management professor Muer Yang discusses his research on improving voting systems and critical medical care.
Three of Minnesota’s most successful entrepreneurs were honored at the 25th annual Entrepreneur Awards ceremony.
Talented MBA candidates from more than 30 of the nation's leading business schools competed for $50,000 in scholarships in the 2014 NBMBAA Case Competition where a team of students from St. Thomas took second prize.
St. Thomas Real Estate Analysis for August: Big Drop in Foreclosures and Strong Demand for Moderate-Priced Homes
The percent of foreclosure and short sales is back to 2007, pre-crash levels; it’s more evidence that the Twin Cities housing market has recovered.
An accomplished entrepreneur, academic, investor and CEO with a track record of success at top entrepreneurship universities will become the first associate dean of entrepreneurship at the University of St. Thomas.
Remarks by Stefanie Ann Lenway, Dean and Opus Distinguished Chair at a reception welcoming her to the University of St. Thomas, September 24, 2014
This is a new position focused on curriculum and will operate alongside the current administrative and advising staff.
Accounting professor Lawrence Chui loved science as a child and swore he would never want to become an accountant or teacher.
A Tommie archbishop, the Vikings franchise and an absent police chief in this week’s headlines.
Nominations will be accepted until Oct. 31.
There are a number of conceptual and practical barriers that have heretofore limited the exploration and application of risk management tools—including insurance—in developing countries writes professor Peter Young. UST's Risk Leadership Initiative seeks to better understand and deliver solutions.
St. Thomas has maintained its position in the “Best Colleges” rankings published by U.S. News & World Report, and the School of Engineering’s undergraduate program has jumped nearly 50 places in the magazine’s survey.
Kurhajetz co-founded the Maple Grove Triathlon in 2010 with no race management or race experience. Now in its fifth year, the event is one of the fastest growing triathlons in Minnesota.
The Landscape of Family Business map reveals the breadth of challenges family business owners must navigate in the short-term, while at the same time preparing for the long-term in order to establish a family business that endures for generations.
President Julie Sullivan urged St. Thomas faculty and staff on Tuesday to join her on an “imaginary exercise” during her second academic convocation address and boldly envision what the university will look like five to 10 years from now.
This week's notes feature faculty Corinne Carvalho, Massimo Faggioli, Anne Klejment, Mark McInroy, Manjeet Rege, Angela Senander, Gary Voegele and Christian Washburn; and School of Social Work students Shanea Turner Smith and Elisabeth Wells, and a host of award-winning students from the 2014 Chemistry and Biochemistry Banquet.
An Adjunct Faculty Task Force has been appointed to begin work on concerns identified by adjunct faculty members, and a permanent Adjunct Faculty Council will be established during the fall semester.
A New York Times editorial, an Opus College of Business dean profile and a discussion on “why we hate to wait” in this week’s headlines.
Shortly before beginning her new job on Aug. 1, Dean Lenway spoke with Twin Cities Business about how she intends to lead the St. Thomas business college and connect with the Twin Cities business community. Former Dean Christopher Puto, in a separate interview, talked with TCB about the condition of the Opus College, including the philosophy behind revamping the MBA program.
The Opus College of Business’ new dean on her career to date and returning to the Twin Cities.
Dobrina Georgieva studies the effects of country legal regulations and cultural characteristics on financial markets and cross-border cooperation.
A Time magazine quote, millienials in the housing recovery, and a win for inmate privacy in this week’s headlines.
A landmark exploration of how ideas and practices evolved over 200 years in American business in response to the questions — “to whom, for what and how is the modern corporation responsible” was named “best book” from the Social Issues in Management division of the Academy of Management.