“There is a real insistence [at UST] that all theories and ideas be translated into meaningful applications, and I think this reflects our distinct competitive advantage as a business school.”
The Intersections series will put top local executives and academics on the same stage to converse about important and emerging business issues and related best practices.
For many companies, the chief operating officer (COO) is often considered to be the CEO-in-training. Why?
Dr. Anctil joined the University of St. Thomas Accounting Department faculty in 2005 after gaining “real world” business experience in her career at Arthur Anderson and Co.
In the Opus College of Business "we do have a required business ethics course in all of our programs, and we supplement our ethical focus with integration of the emphasis on ethics and values as the whole proposition across all the courses in our curricula."
I have classmates who share their notes and work on practice exams together. I sometimes use these materials to study for exams but I don’t feel comfortable sharing my own notes with others. Is this fair? Am I ‘cheating’?
A record-setting 1,636 MBA students from 125 business schools participated in ACG Cup competitions over the course of the 2010-2011 academic year.
Dr. Sanjeev Bordoloi’s research focuses on service management, including health care. He also has conducted research in the entertainment industry on subjects such as Disney and the Minnesota Twins.
New Twin Cities residential real estate index tracks gulf between traditional and distressed home sales
How much is my home worth? Twin Cities homeowners asking that question might find some encouraging news in a new residential real estate index that for the first time separates traditional, normal home sales from foreclosure and other distressed sales.
Dr. James Heyman researches incentives and how they impact human behavior.
University of St. Thomas survey of Minnesota’s commercial real estate insiders points to favorable trend in five of seven areas.
Henderson recently completed his Ph.D. in Business Administration at the University of Arkansas, and has joined the UST business faculty for his first full-time, post-doctorate teaching experience
Dr. Koehn joined the Opus College of Business as a full-time faculty member in ethics and business law development in the fall of 2010.
Many of you had the distinct honor of walking down an aisle, mortarboard on head, participating in a ceremony to commemorate the attainment of your UST graduate business degree.
I’ve spent the past three years (17 classes and about 2,300 hours) focused fairly exclusively on my studies. Many of my hobbies and social pursuits had to go by the wayside (and in some cases, stop altogether) while I dedicated a lot of my time to school. As much sacrifice as this has required, every second has been worth it. And then some.