Lectures examine such topics as education policy, tax policy, economic development, and other policy initiatives. The series brings the world’s top scholars and entrepreneurs to Saint Louis to discuss the latest free-market ideas and solutions in today’s public policy arena.
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 John Cook School of Business invites you to a special Dean’s Breakfast presentation with Lieutenant General Samuel D. Cox, Commander, 18th Air Force, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, on Thursday, November 10. The event takes place in the Cook School and begins with a complimentary networking breakfast in the atrium at 7:30 a.m. and Lieutenant Cox's presentation will follow in the A-B Auditorium.
Come join us and our distinguished group of experts as we explore risk management, cyber secruity, and market survival in our globally competitive supply chain environments. Topics will move freely from regulatory practices and IT issues to proactive operational strategies and growth solutions. This highly interactive and impactful panel discussion will take place in a setting conducive to continuous discourse.
The John Cook School of Business with support from the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University welcomes guest speaker, Will Wilkinson on Friday, November 11 at 4 p.m. in the Cook School’s A-B Auditorium. Mr. Wilkinson, vice president for policy at the Niskanen Center and a columnist for Vox, will present, “Social Justice and the Free Market Welfare State.”
Join the John Cook School of Business Service Leadership Program for Murder Mystery Dinner: Holiday Edition. The dinner will be held at Il Monastero on November 12th at 6 p.m.
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.
This program includes a networking breakfast, morning program, networking break, keynote lunch speaker, parking, and conference materials. More info to be announced soon!
t to start a business or launch a product. You must be prepared for that chance meeting to pitch your idea on the spot. We've got your back with the Teen Escalator Pitch Competition.
All high school students are invited to enter with a simple post to Instagram by Monday, October 31st.
The annual ‘Real' Elevator Pitch competition is back, and this time, everyone’s invited. For the first time ever, we are inviting all college students throughout the nation to enter SLU’s popular and crazy ‘Real’ Elevator Pitch competition with a chance to win the two grand prizes of cash and all-expenses paid trips.
Saint Louis University will begin the Fall 2016 semester for undergraduate students on Monday, August 22, 2016. Saint Louis University will begin the Spring 2017 semester for undergraduate students on Tuesday, January 17, 2017.
Saint Louis University will begin the Fall 2016 semester for undergraduate students on Wednesday, September 7, 2016. Saint Louis University will begin the Spring 2017 semester for undergraduate students on Monday, February 6, 2017.