Amy Pence-Brown ’05 MA holds body positive boot camps for women and teens, regularly blogs about issues, has just finished writing a book and frequently talks to media about the body positive work she does.
Unlikely entrepreneurs Susan Wuollett ’11 MBA and her husband Michael Wuollett ’11 MBA are finding tremendous success on their own with Protégé Biomedical since leaving their corporate jobs with Wells Fargo and 3M, respectively.
Two companies with St. Thomas ties – Solupal and BarBud – are division finalists in this year’s MN Cup, the largest statewide startup competition in the nation.
Bank customers naturally assume that their information is kept confidential. For Tara Tittrington '17 MBC, an information security specialist at U.S. Bank, it's serious business – and a responsibility that she's well suited for as a self-described "most tenacious Tommie."
While most people think entrepreneurship is synonymous with business, it is far from the only career choice for majors in the field. In fact, many graduates take an “intrapreneurial” route allowing them the opportunity to bring their own, unique entrepreneurial skills into an established company looking for innovative employees to boost growth.
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Susan Wuollett '11 MBA and Michael Wuollett '11 MBA have leveraged their education and the St. Thomas network into a dynamic, growing medical device company.
The Bush Fellowship will provide Nicholas Kor ’11, Dr. Joanna Ramirez Barrett (mini-MBA), Dr. Tamim Saidi (mini-MBA) and Jeff Dykstra (executive MBA) with up to $100,000 over 12 to 24 months to pursue learning experiences that help them develop leadership skills and attributes.
For three members of U.S. Bancorp's innovation team – David Berglund, Kristin Hough Frame and David Marrese – their development for being part of that future-shaping process shares a common thread: their time in the MBA program at St. Thomas.
Laura Dean, who received St. Thomas' first full-tuition science scholarship, has delivered more than 3,000 babies and is now chief of staff.
Of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's annual "40 Under 40" list honoring young business and community leaders from throughout the Twin Cities, an unprecedented 10 are connected to St. Thomas as alumni or current employees.
With a goal of increasing overall awareness for the academic reputation and graduate outcomes of St. Thomas, our Marketing, Insights and Communications team, in partnership with the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering and the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship, is launching a new TV, radio and social campaign starting today.
Mike McAvoy '02, president and CEO of The Onion, one of the nation’s leading satirical publications, spoke at First Friday about satire, fake news and the importance of critical thinking.
Katherine Boosalis '81 was part of the first St. Thomas graduating class of women, but was familiar with St. Thomas well before attending thanks to her father being an economics professor.
When Mark McLellan -- a “Double Tommie” – first learned about Mobile Loaves & Fishes, the 3M executive was moved by the simplicity and notion of driving a truck to serve people in need. “The whole model ...
The four female graduates of the Crotty family are among a series of stories on alumane the Newsroom will feature this year as we celebrate 40 years of coeducation.
The Newsroom caught up with the founder of The Social Lights, Martha McCarthy Krueger and Emily Pritchard, 2011 alumnae who launched their business while at St. Thomas.
When their local, organic creamery, Cedar Summit Farms, closed in early 2015, Kendra Rasmusson ’12 M.B.C. and her husband, Paul, took action. They saw a need for organic food not only in their community of New ...
Each fall for the past 20 years, a growing cohort of St. Thomas business undergraduates have escaped the confines of their American classrooms and traveled to the U.K. to spend a semester studying in London as ...
Jeremy Little wanted to be an entrepreneur long before he knew what the word meant. In third grade, when his teacher passed out index cards and told the students to write down what they wanted to be when they g...