The commitment of the Service Leadership Program comes to life each year when students take time out of their busy schedules to dedicate their talents, labor, and care to the less fortunate in the Saint Louis community. The students, as well as the rest of the Cook School faculty and staff, join together and volunteer to serve the less fortunate in Saint Louis thereby living out the values of our Jesuit tradition.
The Seventeenth Annual Sam and Marilyn Fox Atlas Week program will be held the week of April 1 - 8, 2017. One of the main goals of the Atlas Program is to increase awareness of the global issues that confront us today in an effort not only to promote discussion, but also to inspire and inform action.
The John Cook School of Business invites you to a special Dean's Breakfast presentation with Alfred J. Verrecchia, Former CEO and Chairman of Hasbro on Thursday, April 6. The event takes place in the Cook School and begins with a complimentary networking breakfast in the atrium at 7:30 a.m. and presentation will follow in the A-B Auditorium.
Join Saint Louis University faculty, alumni, students, and staff from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. for a Graduate Business Information Session. Our community members are excited to share with you the highlights of our nationally renowned graduate business programs, including:
The Show-Me Institute, the Saint Louis University John Cook School of Business, and the Sinquefield Charitable Foundation are excited to present the next in our series of public lectures on policy issues. Lectures examine such topics as education policy, tax policy, economic development, and other policy initiatives.
Join the John Cook School of Business, the Center for Supply Chain Management, and St. Louis Scott - NDTA on Thursday, April 20 as we welcome Scott Kiefer, Partner & Vice President at Oliver Group as the keynote speaker for the 2017 Annual Distinguished Guest Speaker Series. Lunch will be served at 11:00 a.m. with the presentation entitled "Keeping Your Leadership Pipeline Flowing" to follow.
The Master of International Business, executive format program at the Cook School of Business provides an exemplary mix of curriculum, professional contacts, and personal development experiences that will strengthen business knowledge, acquire expertise in international business practices, and enhance competency in international cultural issues.
Billicon Valley introduces the concept of entrepreneurial leadership to students - be it from local high schools or from one of the colleges and universities in St. Louis - by bringing together the most entrepreneurial leaders at SLU and in the greater St. Louis community.
All college students are invited to enter by submitting a video of their investor pitch using the guidelines below, and submit it to us by Monday, April 3rd. A panel of judges will select the top 10 investor pitch submissions. The top 10 will have the opportunity to present their pitch deck at the Final Round on Sunday, April 24th at the Gateway Grizzlies ballpark where they will pitch from the pitcher’s mound with their PowerPoint presentation cast on the center field jumbotron to a panel of rockstar judges that include multi-million dollar investors.
Saint Louis University’s Sports Business Summer Academy at the John Cook School of Business is a special program developed to introduce rising high school juniors and seniors to the business of sports. During the four day program, students are introduced to basic business concepts related to sports through presentations by faculty and industry professionals.
The Allsup Academy uses experiential learning, problem solving and case studies to educate young people on how to start and operate a business while instilling an understanding of the entrepreneurial mindset.
The Academy offers students four various entrepreneurship tracks that students can choose to study while at the Academy.