Do you slurp your soup? Clark Gregor April 20, 2011 Many people pursue an MBA degree to help them find a new career. Evening UST MBA alumna Elizabeth Craig has made a career out of helping people find new careers.Author of the award-winning Don’t Slurp Your Soup: A Basic Guide to Business Etiquette, Craig offers career counseling for individual clients as well as leads seminars on career planning and business etiquette. Splitting her time between south Florida and the Twin Cities, she has worked with many prominent local companies, including Ecolab and Travelers. After conducting an etiquette seminar a few years ago for the UST chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, the co-ed business fraternity, she was inducted into the organization as an honorary member.Elizabeth Craig will return to campus next week to lead an etiquette dinner for undergraduate students, again sponsored by Delta Sigma Pi. As students graduate and enter into today’s competitive job market, effective social etiquette skills are of paramount importance. It’s wonderful to see one of our MBA alumni giving back and helping the next generation of students develop professionally. You can learn more about Elizabeth Craig’s counseling and consulting practice on her website.RelatedMBA Student Profile: Ryan CathcartPour It Like You Mean It: The Evolution of the Caribou Coffee BrandEntrepreneur targets children's medical device marketMBA: The first step to a career in…politics?