Q. How do you measure success? Diana Cohen April 14, 2010 A. Cookie consumption.During the week of March 15, Evening UST MBA Student Life hosted the spring Happy Half Hour and Elective Trax – sponsored by Robert Half International. Happy Half Hour is a networking event for Opus College of Business graduate students. Students were invited to spend their class break in the Terrence Murphy Hall atrium. Over cookies, munchies, bottled water and sodas, students took a break to chat with their colleagues, peruse the elective course information and discuss the upcoming summer and fall registration.Robert Half representatives were on hand to discuss their services. The specialized staffing divisions of Robert Half International place professionals in the finance and accounting, information technology, legal, administrative, and marketing and creative industries.Also present, were FirstBook organizers. FirstBook is a nonprofit organization and its mission includes raising funds to purchase books and engaging with Minneapolis elementary school students. University of St. Thomas staff, faculty and students go to the classrooms and read to the elementary school students and then distribute new books to these students. Look for more on FirstBook in an upcoming blog post.Maybe you will join us at the next Happy Half Hour for conversation and refreshments. And those cookies? Gone!Founded in 1948, Robert Half International (RHI) is the world’s first and largest specialized staffing firm. RHI is a recognized leader in professional staffing and consulting services, and is the parent company of Protiviti, a global consulting and internal audit firm composed of experts in risk and advisory services.