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New Entrepreneurship Minor Created at SCU
To meet the growing demand for entrepreneurship education at Santa Clara University, the Leavey School of Business has created a new minor in entrepreneurship. Read More »
Bay Area Chocolate-Startup Entrepreneur Shares "The Business of Chocolate" Feb. 16
The co-owner of one of the few small-batch “bean-to-bar” chocolate manufacturers in the Bay Area, will be the featured speaker Thursday, Feb. 16 at Santa Clara University’s Food and Agribusiness Institute. Read More »
Evening MBA in BusinessWeek's Top 20
The Evening MBA program at Santa Clara University is #19 in the nation, reports Bloomberg BusinessWeek magazine. Read More »
Griffith Celebrates New Book
Successful managers mix people, technology, and structure into new business solutions by staying "plugged-in," says Management Professor Terri Griffith in her new book, The Plugged-In Manager. The book release will be celebrated with a reception on Wednesday, October 26, in Lucas Hall. Read More »
Honors for Faculty Research
Yongtae Kim (ACTG) and Meir Statman (FNCE) received honors during the 2011 Moskowitz Prize for Socially Responsible Investing announcement in October. SCU is one of two business schools with multiple winners over the 15 years the Prize has been awarded. Read More »
LSB Reads
Fiction, poetry, political satire were among the genres read by SCU Business School faculty and staff over the summer, according to the annual Summer Reading list released by the business news office this week. Read More »
Hunger Issues Forum on Friday
Local non-profits are working to fill the gap in food needs according to a study by Dean Drew Starbird to be unveiled at the fourth annual Hunger Issues Forum at Santa Clara University on Friday. Read More »
B-School Offices Closed Labor Day
Administrative offices will be closed Monday, September 5, in observance of Labor Day. Lucas Hall will be open for weekday hours. Read More »
Bill Kahl 1938 - 2011
Bill Kahl, part-time faculty member in the Management Department, passed away on Sunday, August 14, after a lengthy illness. Read More »
From Doggie Vitamin Water to Electric Car Garages : 29 Startups Kickoff Entrepreneurship Training This Weekend
Armed with the zeal of the startup and the drive to create jobs in California, some 29 entrepreneurs from around the state will kick off the second fully subsidized California Program for Entrepreneurs (CAPE) this weekend at Santa Clara University. Read More »
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