Our summer academies offer activities led by professors and offer real-world experience, guest speakers, and field trips.
International Business Summer Academy - June 17-19
Sports Business Summer Academy - June 23-27
Allsup Summer Academy - July 27-27
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Last week the John Cook School of Business welcomed 21 high school students to the fourth 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, World Wide Technology Soccer Park – home of the newly founded St. Louis Football Club, and Chaifetz Arena.
Saint Louis University welcomed 23 high school students from Missouri, Illinois and California on June 17 for the International Business Summer Academy. To kick off the week, the students attended a class presentation about "Going Global" with an overview of Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Europe given by international business executives.
The John Cook School of Business will host the St. Louis Business Journal Fastest Growing Companies Awards on Thursday, June 25. The event begins at 7:30 a.m. with a breakfast reception in the John and Lucy Cook Hall atrium with the awards to follow in the A-B Auditorium.
The John Cook School of Business welcomes high school students from across the U.S. as part of our annual high school summer academies for sports business, entrepreneurship and international business.
On Thursday, June 4, Seung Kim, Ph.D., director of the Boeing Institute of International Business at Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business, was presented with the 2015 International Educator of the Year award by the World Affairs Council of St. Louis.
Saint Louis University's department of athletics recently honored 61 outstanding student-athletes, including 16 John Cook School of Business students, at the Straight A Luncheon Tuesday, May 5, at Lorenzini's in Chaifetz Arena. The luncheon recognized all student-athletes who received a straight-As or a 4.0 grade point average during either the spring 2014 or fall 2014 semester.