Stacey Supina, J.D., LL.M., a faculty member in the Ethics and Business Law Department at the Opus College of Business, wrote about reducing compliance risk in this Star Tribune "Outside Consultant" column.
The redesigned Master of Science in Business Analytics and the Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics programs at Opus College of Business emphasize experiential learning to prepare graduates to serve in analytics translator roles.
Glenn Karwoski, a member of the adjunct faculty at the Opus College of Business, shares best practices for finding and keeping creativity in an organization in this Star Tribune "Outside Consultant" column.
As the Melrose and The Toro Company Center for Principled Leadership at the University of St. Thomas approaches the one-year anniversary of its transition from the former Center for Ethics in Practice, the Newsroom connected with Academic Director Dr. Christopher Michaelson and Executive Director Dr. Nicole Zwieg Daly on highlights, podcasts, award nominations, books to read this summer and more.
Student social innovators with inspiring ideas ranging from ecological bricks made from plastic waste to programs that create meaningful, one-on-one connections between youth and older adults competed virtually June 11 to win a share of more than $60,000 in seed funding at the Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge (Fowler GSIC) Global Finals.
Despite the move to virtual class gatherings last year, the Business 200 course (Business Learning Through Service) at St. Thomas continued to require students to volunteer with community nonprofits, which provided them with a unique opportunity to step up and help out in new ways.
The University of St. Thomas bestowed 1,214 graduate degrees on May 24 during an in-person ceremony, with social distancing and face coverings serving as visible proof of the many challenges the students faced ...
John F. McVea, associate professor in the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship at the Opus College of Business, addresses if entrepreneurship can be taught in this Star Tribune "Outside Consultant" column.
Originally from Ethiopia, Abenezer Ayana ’21 is leaving his mark at St. Thomas by applying his computer science background and taking advantage of the resources that surround him as a curious and driven entrepreneur.
Marcella de la Torre, EdD, who teaches courses at Opus College of Business, addresses why businesses should have societal impact as part of their strategy in this Star Tribune "Outside Consultant" column.
Out of six teams who recently competed in the second annual Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge (Fowler GSIC) virtually at St. Thomas, two – Auris AI and LABLE – are moving on to the Global Finals.