St. Thomas Holds Diversity Insights Series
AACSB accreditation affirms the Opus College of Business Mission
Conference on “Building and Sustaining an Ethical Culture” Set for Nov. 2-4
Gary Connett ?06 M.B.A. uses his skills for the greater good
When Dr. Lawrence Chui was a young boy, growing up in Hong Kong, he vowed to his parents that he would never become an accountant or a teacher. Interestingly, he is now a new professor of accounting in the Opus College of Business.
The UST MBA London study abroad is a great way to network in an international business setting, learn how other cultures conduct business and come to an understanding of how diverse and important risk management can be to the business world.
Carl Patow, M.D., M.P.H., '08 M.B.A., F.A.C.S., vice president and executive director of HealthPartners Institute for Medical Education, has been honored with the Parker J. Palmer Courage to Lead Award by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
The Third Annual CEBC Ethics Case Competition provided three teams of graduate students in the Full-time UST MBA program an opportunity to compete and be evaluated on their ability analyze a complex business issue, uncover the legal and ethical challenges associated with the topic and develop a policy recommendation.
Three candidates were in the running for Student Association President. After a judicious tally of the votes, the results are in. The next SA President is Brett Wong.
Business education at the University of St. Thomas -- a hallmark of the university since adding a “commercial course” to its liberal arts curriculum in 1895 -- has earned accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB) effective immediately.
Award recognizes faculty committed to teaching and learningNominations for the second annual Julie Hays Teaching Award are now being accepted. Introduced in 2009, this annual award was created to recognize fa...
Introduced in 2009, this annual award was created to recognize faculty members who exemplify an ongoing commitment to teaching and learning.
Daniel B. McLaughlin, director of the Center for Health and Medical Affairs at the Opus College of Business, has published a new book based on the best practices of leading health care delivery systems, examples from the business world and research findings.
The former U.S. Secretary of Labor offers an insider?s look into shaping our workforce for the next century, building trust and the pressures of affecting real change
Will Induct First Members on Oct. 27
Innovation spurs solutions to some of society?s most pervasive issues
MBC Program Sponsors Alphabet Bash