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Following a national search, Mark Higgins, Ph.D., has been named the next dean of the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University.
From Tim Hayden, Director - Center for Entrepreneurship
From Suzy Hartmann, Director- Graduate Business Programs
From Sarah Doherty, One-Year MBA Student - Class of 2015
The John Cook School of Business has a long-standing history of creating successful business leaders. As the oldest business school west of the Mississippi River, in the heart of a large metropolitan area, the school offers highly ranked business programs and is well connected and respected in the business community. Make a Smart Move and choose SLU.
The Cook School’s Service Leadership Program provides students the opportunity to develop and hone their leadership skills while serving the St. Louis community. Read More.
The Cook School provides its students and members of the community many opportunities to learn about conducting business beyond borders. Read More.
Our own Career Resources Center provides excellent career management education and personalized services to Cook School students (and alumni) and serves as the catalyst for creating meaningful professional connections and developing outstanding internships and employment opportunities. Read More.
The ongoing AACSB accreditation attests to the quality of the Cook School’s business programs. The school continues to be internationally, nationally, regionally, and locally recognized as a premier institution for a variety of business education programs. Read More.
This Saturday, ten Saint Louis University students pitched their business ideas to 15 multi-millionaire judges as part of the Center for Entrepreneurship’s first Pitch & Catch event. The event took place at the GCS Ballpark, home of the Gateway Grizzlies, and began with the Billiken throwing out the “first pitch.” The finalists were driven to the pitcher’s mound in a Tesla Model S with their song of choice playing over the stadium speaker. One of the students made her pitch remotely on the “Diamond Vision” screen since she was at NASA for a rocket launch.
On Wednesday, April 15 the Emerson Leadership Institute and the John Cook School of Business are proud to present, “Leadership Matters: The St. Louis Confluence on Workforce Inclusion.” The event will bring together thought leaders on workforce diversity to showcase existing initiatives and future plans for equitable economic development in St. Louis, from rebuilding Ferguson to executing workforce development programs for underserved populations throughout the region.
Nitish Singh, Ph.D., associate professor of international business at Saint Louis University, and Thomas Bussen, an adjunct professor at Saint Louis University and former litigator, are the authors of the recently released book, “Compliance Management: A How-to Guide for Executives, Lawyers, and Other Compliance Professionals.” The book offers a unique and holistic perspective on a variety of ethics and compliance topics that are crucial for mitigating risk and enhancing ethics and compliance cultures.
The Center for Entrepreneurship is hosting the Pitch and Catch event on Saturday, April 11 at 9 a.m., where Saint Louis University students will pitch their business idea to investors from the pitcher’s mound at the GCS Ballpark, home of the Gateway Grizzlies. The investors “catching the pitch” at home plate include 10+ multi-millionaires.
The John Cook School of Business Emerson Leadership Institute presents the Leadership Matters series beginning April 1. The events take place the first three Wednesdays in April at the Cook School’s A-B Auditorium, beginning at 5 p.m. with a networking reception followed by presentations and Q&A.
ST. LOUIS – The 10th annual Service Day will take place this Friday, March 27, where more than 150 students, faculty and staff from Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business will serve as volunteers at The Bridge, an area organization that provides services for the homeless and other at-risk members of the community. The volunteers will spend the afternoon, painting walls within the facility and assisting with meal preparation in the kitchen.