UST MBA bloggers multiply in cyberspace Clark Gregor February 23, 20113 Comments As frequent Opus Magnum readers already know, we enjoy featuring blog posts from our staff, faculty, current students, and alumni, and we occasionally re-post articles and blogs that we believe will be of interest to our readers. However, as the old adage goes, it’s best to get it straight from the horse’s mouth–and in that spirit, we’d like to share links to some of our students’ blogs with you.Michael Hanson, an Evening UST MBA student, shares his thoughts about Social Media Marketing in his blog, Uncommon Perceptions. He has over 15 years of experience in sales, marketing, and management consulting and currently works for ForeSee Results, a market research firm.Stephanie Paasch, a Full-time UST MBA student, writes about the full-time graduate student experience, career development, and networking in her blog, Journey to the Beginning. Larissa Rodriguez, who has contributed several blog posts to Opus Magnum, most recently in January, shares her thoughts in Frame+ology. Rodriguez is an Evening UST MBA student and works as a marketing and communications executive for Health Partners.We hope you enjoy reading our students’ insights. Please feel free to share links to additional UST MBA alumni or student blogs that you enjoy reading!RelatedWhere are you on the "Social Media Career and Engagement Curve"?Finding balance between social media and "real life"Have you audited your social media presence recently?Engaging Ads in Streaming Video 3 Responses Clark Gregor February 24, 2011 Lindsey, Sorry we didn’t mention your contributions in this post, I’ve been traveling and didn’t get a chance to review it before it went live. Thank you for commenting and sharing your experience! Lindsey Buhrmann February 24, 2011 Here is a link to my MBA blog where I discuss what I am learning at St. Thomas: http://trilulutri.blogspot.com/ . Michael Hanson February 23, 2011 Thank you for the great article about St. Thomas MBA students in the blogosphere (and the mention!).