Join the John Cook School of Business and the Boeing Institute of International Business for a panel discussion on the future of business in Japan.
The Department of Economics at the John Cook School of Business and the National Association of Business Economics (NABE), invite you to attend an Economic Forecasting Conference on Friday, Feb. 20 in the Anheuser-Busch Auditorium in the John Cook School of Business on the Saint Louis University campus.
Join the Ameren Corporation and Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business for the annual “Ameren Sustainable Business Speaker Series” on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tim Gaidis, Sustainable Design Leader at HOK will serve as the keynote speaker with a presentation entitled, “Applying Natural Systems Thinking to Achieve Sustainability in Organizations"
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, Saint Louis University John Cook School of Business, and Sinquefield Charitable Foundation are excited to present the fifteenth in the series of public lectures on policy issues. 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.
The John Cook School of Business and Service Leadership Program invite you to join us for the 2015 Service Day on Friday, March 27. This year’s project will support the The Bridge. with painting and landscaping activities.
Service Day is a great opportunity for Cook School students, faculty and staff to unite to support a deserving community organization.
The International Business Summer Academy will introduce high school juniors and seniors to an international business curriculum and a practical understanding of local companies doing business internationally through an on-campus, two-day program. Students will learn more about international business—and the benefits of a career in international business—through lectures, discussions, seminars, and culturally-focused social activities.
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.