For the first time, the Opus College of Business sent a team of 4 Full-time MBA students to the National Black MBA Association/Chrysler Case Competition this year.
Not sure about what you've gotten yourself into with this MBA thing? You're not alone. KJ Brooke, a veteran of the southern California hospitality business and is in her last year of an MBA program, defends with intelligence and wit why she has made the right choice.
Members of the Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) Alumni Committee, MSA alumni, faculty and staff gathered at the 8th Street Grill on September 25th to celebrate the results of the first MSA Alumni Scholarship Fund drive.
What do we need to understand about failures in the private sector as well as in regulation of our complex financial system? What dynamic undercut stated commitments to ethics and corporate responsibility? The Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC) invites you to reflect on the lessons and insights on the banking and financial crisis gleaned by Joe Nocera, one of America’s leading business journalists and a regular columnist for the New York Times.
Graduate business students and alumni are invited to attend Master’s Pub with presenter Megan Tamte, co-founder and CEO of Hot Mama. Hot Mama is a chain of clothing boutiques catering to contemporary, fashion-loving moms.
Study abroad opportunities allow students to obtain a greater understanding of what it means to live in a borderless world.
First year Full-time UST MBA students had an interesting joint class discussion this week. This class is a great example of the integrated nature of the Full-time UST MBA Program. Through case discussions where the different areas of the business are explored, our students are trained to consider all aspects of the business that has to be in sync for a company to maintain their competitive advantage.
A healthy group of more than 50 people attended the Master’s Connection event this morning from a wide range of industries and focuses. The presenter, Nick Tasler, an internationally acclaimed author and thought leader. Tasler's approach to decision making has helped leaders across the globe think more strategically and act more decisively.
Last year, the Fowler Business Concept Challenge awarded $39,000 in scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students at the University of St. Thomas. The students developed a business concepts that have the potential to become a viable high-growth business.
Can a company be profitable and a good corporate citizen? General Mills is writing a chapter in this story, having recently been recognized by Forbes Magazine as the “Most Reputable Company in America” for its work in corporate citizenship, products and services, governance and leadership.
You’ve scheduled your GMAT. You have a list of schools you are applying to. You have a list of all the items they want you to send. But as you fill out the application, write the essays and get the letter of recommendations…do you really have what it takes to get in? What should you avoid and what should you do?
What started as a health care policy class last spring for Health Care UST MBA students Laura Templin-Howk and Tina Morey, culminated September 28, 2012, in the Healthy Minnesota: Communities in Action Poster Session and Forum showcasing 40 examples of why Minnesota continues to lead the nation in healthcare innovation.
In 2010, husband-and-wife team Michael and Susan Wuollett, ’10 M.B.A. entered their idea for the Styptic Fibrin Bandage (a product that rapidly stops bleeding in minor cuts and other wounds), into the Fowler Business Concept Challenge. They took first place and received so much encouragement from the judges that they decided to pursue the business idea.
How do you build a satisfying, robust career in a rapidly changing world? Ann Bray would tell you to never stop learning. Bray’s M.B.A. adds a business perspective to a career already shaped by education and experience in health care and law.
Kamal Mohamed wowed judges at the 2011 Fowler Business Concept Challenge with his highly creative business concept, Midwest Tomato Fest “A tomato fight to fight hunger.”
When you’re an MBA student, you soon realize that you now have a new best friend: case studies. Margaret Andrews, Associate Dean of Management Programs at Harvard University, explains how case study discussions are a lot like setting strategy.
The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) designates September as Ethics Month for its members. This month represents a time to highlight for the greater business community the standards of professional practice those of us in PRSA commit to maintain as members.
Class started last week and Lindsey Buhrmann, a student in the Evening UST MBA program, is taking a full load. The Creative Process is one she strongly recommends because innovation is such an important aspect of staying competitive.
The U.S. health care system is undergoing exciting, radical change. The significance of prevention and the role of community in creating a healthier culture is vital to empowering individuals to actively manage their own health and well-being.
MBA students should be putting an equal amount of time into their career search as they are into their academic studies.Career fairs are great opportunities to get in front of recruiters from some of the top companies around the country
Any organization can find itself confronting a sudden ethical crisis. The key is being prepared.
Judd, '99 M.B.A., will be on campus for the Opus College of Business Master's Pub on September 28 to share his stories from the sale of Compellent Technologies, an Eden Prairie-based provider of highly-virtualized storage solutions.
Craft beer and yoga don’t usually have much in common, but with the ‘Bend It’ series of outdoor yoga on the bowling lawn at Brit’s Pub, they go together quite well.
The UST MBA team will be the only Minnesota team traveling to participate in the 2012 National Black MBA Association/Chrysler Case Competition.Our team will be competing with teams representing other top business schools from around the country.
What's the best way to reward an associate without wreaking havoc on team dynamics? In an ideal scenario, everyone on the team should understand the criteria for rewards and have the same opportunity and resources to achieve the reward.