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Update – October 2, 2014

Events and Competitions:

Net Impact Twins Stadium Tour followed by fun at Fulton Brewery – Friday, October 3

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First Book Reading – Wednesday, October 8

Join Joe Ostlund and volunteer to share a love of reading with the students at Anne Sullivan Anishinabe Academy.  Contact Joe at ostl7938@stthomas.edu to volunteer.

 Fowler Business Concept Challenge

Fowler Business Concept Challenge Information

2013 Winning Team Member Nana Yaa Dodi

2013 Winning Team Member Nana Yaa Dodi

Career Services, Clubs, Student Association, Student Life, Upcoming Events

NAAMBA TC Professional Development Event at UST

 

Please join NAAMBA Twin Cities and the University of St. Thomas for a professional development event focusing on managing your career: Moving from an individual contributor to a first-line manager.This event will help prepare individual contributors to be a manager and how first-line managers can be effective in their roles…. Event Agenda:
5:00-6:00 pm: Networking
6:00-6:40 pm: Keynote Presentation with Q&A
6:50-7:30 pm: Panel
7:30-8:00 pm: Closing/Networking

Bob Barnett from MDA Leadership will be the featured keynote speaker for this event. Mr. Barnett will speak to the following topics: traits of leaders, skills of leaders, transition to leading and how people develop.
http://mdaleadership.com/who-we-are/our-team/robert-barnett/

Clubs, Student Association, Student Life, Upcoming Events

Dress Down for FirstBook – April 4

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Dress Down for FirstBook! 

April 4th has been designated as Dress Down Day for FirstBook.  A donation of $5 or more to FirstBook allows you to wear JEANS on April 4th.   Donations accepted by Nate Kalkwarf, Kay Wimer or Deb Basarich and you will receive a FirstBook token to acknowledge your gift.  You must donate in order to wear jeans.  The money directly supports children in our community and every dollar helps.  Thank you!

Academics, Clubs, Student Life, Uncategorized, Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events (March)

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Monday, March 11, Vocation of the Business Leader: Seeking Meaning in the Global Economy, 5pm – 8pm Anderson Student Center – Hearth Room (3rd floor)
Wednesday, March 13, Human Capital Management Club: Segoe Hoyle from Target, 12pm – 1pm, TMH203
Thursday, March 14, Volunteering: Personal Branding Seminar, 10am – 11am, MSP Schools (Net Impact & Marketing Club partnership)
Friday, March 15, 2nd Year Leader Lab, 8:30 – 11:45am, SCH120
Friday, March 15, 1st Finance Midterm, 8:30 -11:45am, SCH127

Monday, March 18, First Book Reading: Anne Sullivan Elementary School, 3:30 – 5:00pm
Wednesday, March 20, How Are The Children Part VI, 8:30am – 4:00pm, UST School of Law Grand Atrium
Thursday, March 21, OISS Office Hours, 11am – 1pm, Commons
Thursday, March 21, MBA Women International Virtual Career Fair, 1:00 – 4:00pm, online

Monday, March 25 – Monday, April, 1 Spring Break  –  Classes resume on Tuesday, April 2

 

Clubs, Student Association, Student Life, Uncategorized, Upcoming Events

International Club Pot Luck

AebelskiverSwedish meatballs? Lefse? Aebelskiver? But which one should I make for the International Club’s Pot Luck lunch on November 1? This is probably one of my favorite student club events of the year. We all have a favorite dish that was prepared at family dinners when we were kids and now students, staff and faculty have the opportunity to recreate those dishes and share them with each other. There are foods I have never tried before and some that show up each year. But one thing is for sure – it will be a great time! I recall from years back the sticky rice, the szechuan chicken, the music from Turkey and the slide show of great places around the world. It truly is an event that allows students a break from the rigors of class to a world of culinary delights in our own MBA Commons. Our International Business Club officers, Summer Schneider (President) and Eric Sharma (Communications) are busy collecting information on what dishes will arrive next week. If you haven’t signed up to bring something, contact them now! You really don’t want to miss out on this event!! Which reminds me…I still need to decide what to bring.  Any requests?

Alumni Update, Career Services, Clubs, Student Association, Student Life, Upcoming Events

The Business of Golf: Lessons Learned at UST

WirthAs I look over the list of 50+ attendees for the Third Annual Full-time UST MBA Student & Alumni Golf outing this weekend, it reminds me of an article I read online from INC. – “5 Business Lessons Learned on the Golf Course”
http://www.inc.com/business-travel-2011/business-lessons-on-the-golf-course.html

The article states that golf “remains one of the greatest ways to build and maintain solid business relationships” and provides you with 5 of Arnold Palmer’s principles that are relevant to business.  These 5 principles are almost parallel to the strategies discussed in UST’s Graduate Business Career Service’s (GBCS) Career Labs for Full-time MBA students.  Here’s a quick comparison:

#1
INC: “Always Give a Firm Handshake”
GBCS:  Always give a firm handshake

#2
INC: “Don’t Dwell on Yesterday’s News”
GBCS:  No matter what your background is, make it relevant to the position you are aspiring for.  Tell your story.

#3
INC: “Practice Like A Pro”
GBCS: Practice your elevator pitch

#4
INC: “Use Fear For Fuel”
GBCS: Be passionate about what you do and do it well.  Be persistent.  Don’t be afraid to take risks.

#5
INC: “Befriend Your Enemy…don’t think about your competitors as enemies, but as a challenge for you to work harder”
GBCS: UST has a solid, accredited MBA program.  Be proud of it.  You’re just as good (if not better) than graduates from other accredited MBA programs.  Believe it.

So as you head out to the course possibly for one of the last times this season, remember that the golf course is a great place to have fun, enjoy the outdoors and cultivate lasting business relationships.  Just don’t forget to put a few business cards in your golf bag.