It has been very interesting to see so many of the major cities of China and see how much growth has taken place here. There are so many new skyscrapers! I know that this growth is not reflected across the whole country, but still while other countries have struggled during the recession, China has charged ahead.
Various surveys have noted that Minneapolis-St. Paul has a wide variety of cultural and recreational opportunities and supports a thriving business community. But did you realize that the Twin Cities are also the most "relaxed" major metropolitan area in the United States?
Susan Alexander loves a good fight, especially when our guy is right. The fight hasn't been in the boxing ring (yet … ), but the verbal sparring between engineering professor John Abraham and climate skeptics such as Christopher Monckton has been fun to watch and in her case even be a minor participant. Susan brings us up to date today in The Scroll.
Dave Nimmer finds his aversion to the technology revolution both "stubbornly stupid and intriguingly insightful," so he wasn't surprised that he was scratching his head in wonder when he heard about a new Social Media in Communications course. He reflects on the course today in The Scroll.
A four-person team of second-year UST MBA students won first place in a national Net Impact competition designed to challenge teams to analyze and propose business solutions for Integrated Packaging Corporation.
In August, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal named the University of St. Thomas one of Minnesota’s 10 best places to work in the large employer division. Very few educational institutions ever make that kind of list. How the heck did we get that?
When it came time for Matt Burch to decide if he should pursue his MBA, he remembered his father’s advice that he should always “do his best.” Thus, with a wife and a new baby and a demanding position with HCMC, Matt began his MBA at the University of St. Thomas.
What's it take to get a two-year-old boy to eat? Cecilia Petschel was nearly going crazy with her son's picky eating habits. Then they met Sasha, and their problems were over. Learn more about this amazing dog and his effect on people young and old in The Scroll.