When Tonia Jones changed jobs at St. Thomas, she found herself both excited and nervous because of the "vastly different" nature of her new work as an academic counselor. She quickly learned, she writes today in The Scroll, that one aspect has not changed: "I am still charged to serve students."
Years ago, Carol Bruess jotted on a Post-it note the observations of then-dean Tom Connery on what distinguishes the best professors. She still has that Post-It note, and today in The Scroll she reflects on what it means to her.
Wherever we find ourselves, be it Wall Street, Main Street, or Your (My) Street, let’s ring the clarion call to rediscover our values and make the necessary changes to avoid returning to the old status quo.
The O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center and Susan Alexander both have new windows. While Susan appreciates hers, she writes today in The Scroll that she is more grateful for the library's stained-glass tribute to Zora Neale Hurston.
Learners to Leaders (L2L) was conceived as a professional networking and leadership development initiative. It is designed for college students and recent college graduates from underrepresented communities who have demonstrated leadership ability and expressed an interest in continuing their education at the graduate level.
Involvement with Student Association is one of the many avenues students in this MBA program can become more invested in and help shape the future of the UST MBA experience.
How many multiples of 3 are there among the integers 15 through 105 inclusive?30 31 32 33 34 I’m scared of the GMAT ExamThe 80 attendees at the UST MBA Forum featuring The Princeton Review ...
The WOLF program is intended to create awareness and drive global opportunity for women at all levels of Best Buy’s business—from Blue Shirts in Best Buy’s stores to female executives — and build business strategies to better serve female customers.
Minnesota AMA hosted a presentation by two consumer strategists from Iconoculture, a consumer research and advisory company that "integrates consumer information from multiple data sources and combines it with expert interpretation and analysis by the industry’s largest Advisory Services team to produce targeted insights."
I.A. O'Shaughnessy always has fascinated Doug Hennes, and he tries to explain why today in The Scroll, which today publishes for the 100th time since it started in September 2008.
Chris O’Leary stated that all executives, no matter how successful, are bound to hit speed bumps in their career trajectory.
Brady Narloch hardly ever thinks about sports like curling, luge and short track. But then the Winter Olympics roll around and he finds himself transfixed by athletes who, he writes today in The Scroll, "fuel my fascination" because of their sacrifices.
The directive by the St. Thomas Board of Trustees last fall to cut in half undergraduate tuition increases presented the university community with what Father Dennis Dease calls "the most formidable budget challenge" in his 19 years as president. He writes about the process today in The Scroll, and how he's convinced the changes will lead to a stronger St. Thomas.
Take it from me, poor use of clichés indicates an inability to think outside the box and is not a value-add to your application.
Disclosure of information important to customers and other stakeholders, good or bad, should be done in the most timely manner possible.
A little down because of our cold and snowy winter? Never fear, Dave Nimmer counsels today in The Scroll. Winter is just about over, to be replaced by a glorious spring full of tulips and tomatoes and Frisbees and just being lazy in the great outdoors.
This entire crisis for Toyota is a live-action case study and I'm sure that for years to come students in MBA and business communication classes at UST and elsewhere will examine how well the company handled the situation.
After about a month on the job, I realized that our current students, although clearly the central reason for our existence, were at risk of falling out of my field of vision.
Congratulations to Full-time UST MBA students Ahmed El Shourbagy, John Quinn, and Jake Heidkamp, who placed first in the ACG Cup finals yesterday.
Ensuring you have the [correct school name] on your application can go a long way.
This competition is a compelling opportunity to present before and network with before senior industry leaders. Even more impressively however, the winning All-Star Team will represent UST's Full-time MBA program in the National Business Ethics Case Competition in the fall of 2010 in Nashville.
Businesses could be violating -- or close to violating -- anti-discrimination laws that have protected workers for decades.
The International Club, whose mission is to, among other things, foster stronger ties between international and native born UST MBA students through the promotion of culture awareness; and provide opportunities to network with leaders and share valuable leadership strategies, experiences and ideas, held a variety of activities for its members and all Full-time UST MBA students this fall.
Darcy Haubrick is really tired of winter. So tired that she is thinking of looking for her first post-graduate job in a much warmer climate. But then, she writes today in The Scroll, she remembers everything she would miss about Minnesota winters.
Dave Nimmer is fed up with the money that dominates big-time football, especially Division I athletics and the NFL. And that, he writes today in The Scroll, is why he has even greater appreciation for the emphasis on student athletes at Division III schools such as St. Thomas.