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.
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ST. LOUIS -- Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business entrepreneurship program is one of the best in the nation according to The Princeton Review. The education services company named the school No. 23 on its list of "Top 25 Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Programs for 2015." Based on surveys sent to school administrators at more than 2,000 institutions from April to June in 2014, the lists recognize 50 programs in all –- 25 undergraduate and 25 graduate – for their excellence in entrepreneurship education. The Princeton Review has reported these lists annually since 2006 in partnership with Entrepreneur Media Inc., publisher of Entrepreneur magazine.
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. His tenure begins Jan. 1, 2015. “Dr. Higgins brings more than a quarter century of experience as a highly respected scholar and innovative leader to his new role at Saint Louis University,” said University President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D. “The fact that he was selected from an exceptionally strong field of candidates speaks to the outstanding national reputation of our business school.”
The John Cook School of Business Center for Supply Chain Management will welcome Dr. Chris Caplice, the executive director, Center for Transportation and Logistics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) as a keynote speaker for the 2014 Annual Distinguished Guest Speaker Series on Thursday, November 20. The event will be held on campus at the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University.
Dr. Nitish Singh, associate professor of international business at the John Cook School of Business, provided commentary for Nearshore Americas on companies outsourcing compliance. He said, “If a U.S. company wants to ensure compliance with local U.S. laws, then it is ideal to have consultants or vendors who are well trained and can demonstrate proficiency in regard to U.S. regulatory expectations.”
The John Cook School of Business will welcome the former Ambassador of Japan to Brazil, His Excellency Ken Shimanouchi and his team of Japan panelists on Tuesday, July 15 for a special presentation, “U.S. Relations and Japan's Role in Asia.”
Last week the John Cook School of Business welcomed 30 high school students to the Third Annual Sports Business Summer Academy. The high school students from around the country had the opportunity to hear from sports business industry leaders and faculty, while also touring St. Louis Rams Park, Saddleback Stables, Chaifetz Arena, KMOX and more.