The University of San Diego (USD) and the University of St. Thomas announced today a joint venture that will increase the scope and scale of social entrepreneurship ecosystem at their respective universities and beyond.
On Saturday, Georgia State University students Chante Knox and Dia Davis were named the winners of the Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge, one of the nation’s largest undergraduate business pitch competitions. They secured $75,000 in funding from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation to support their budding business, DelivHer.
Farhad Manjoo, op-ed columnist for The New York Times, will be the keynote speaker at this year's Opus College of Business Stakeholder Dialogue on May 2. The Newsroom recently connected with him to discuss ethics in a digital technology era, "alternative facts," Bob Dylan and more.
Since 2007 when it began as the McNair Scholars program at St. Thomas, Excel! has provided an academic enrichment program that helps undergraduate students who are first-generation, low-income or from underrepresented populations to acquire the necessary education, training and experience required to build an academic portfolio vital to successfully gaining graduate school admission and to earning fellowships and funding based on merit.
A new weekly podcast spotlighting faculty experts from St. Thomas Opus College of Business and local entrepreneurs is debuting April 10.
Jake Smith ’18 was announced as the director of gBETA at St. Thomas, a partnership with the University of St. Thomas Schulze School of Entrepreneurship and gener8tor, a nationally ranked startup accelerator.
The Bush Foundation today announced the selection of its 2019 Bush Fellows, 24 visionary leaders who are thinking big about how to invest in their leadership to creatively solve problems in their communities. That list includes Nawal Noor '05, who studied finance while at St. Thomas.
Deb Schoneman '96 MBA, president of Piper Jaffray, shared insights from her journey from intern to president at her First Friday Speaker Series talk.
St. Thomas’ Playful Learning Lab and its director, School of Engineering and Schulze School of Entrepreneurship professor AnnMarie Thomas, have formed a new partnership with Jeff Bezos’ space exploration company, Blue Origin.
The newly redesigned website for the Opus College of Business launched in December, marking the completion of a year and a half of work and collaboration.
One of the 2019 St. Thomas Awareness Campaign videos features undergraduate student Enzo Vinholi '21, whose company uses virtual reality to help maintain memories for Alzheimer's patients.
The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce affirmative decisions on tenure and promotion following the conclusion of the Tenure and Promotion Committee meetings in February 2019
At its heart, the Playful Learning Lab is a research group focused on creating fun, unique and engaging hands-on experiences for PK-12 students and educators.
The Schulze School of Entrepreneurship at St. Thomas and nationally ranked start-up accelerator gener8tor are announcing a new partnership to bring professional accelerator services to the St. Thomas.
On Friday, the Opus College of Business Schulze School of Entrepreneurship hosted its annual St. Thomas Business Plan Competition at Schulze Hall where $30,000 was on the line for budding entrepreneurs.
With a goal of increasing overall awareness for the academic reputation and graduation outcomes, St. Thomas is launching new awareness campaigns.
The popularity of executive coaching certification and related topics made for an energetic Executive Coaching in Organizations Conference at the Opus College of Business.
Humans of St. Thomas catches up with Amy Helgeson, a first-year entrepreneur who wants her businesses to advance the common good, including her company, Skyrocket, aimed at helping senior citizens be entrepreneurs themselves.
Charles Morgan Kisutu ‘11 has taken the skills and passion for giving back that he cultivated at St. Thomas back to his native country of Uganda.
Hundreds of St. Thomas students are spending their J-Term and spring semesters studying abroad in courses across 27 countries, four states and nearly 100 cities around the world.