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12/20/10 • News at Marshall
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12/16/10 • News at Marshall
On the surface it looked like a typical MBA career fair. Students in dark suits with buzzing Blackberrys and firm handshakes networked with over 20 companies. However, this group aims to use business smarts for good in the non-profit and environmental sectors.
12/13/10 • News at Marshall
Budding entrepreneurs representing a cross-section of the University were awarded more than $50,000 to help launch new businesses ranging in purpose from online games to helping the handicapped. This was part of the sixth-annual New Venture Seed Competition sponsored by Marshall's Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
12/9/10 • News at Marshall
"Whether it's drama or trauma, I find the humor in it," said Janice Bryant Howroyd, the 2010 Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies "Entrepreneur of the Year."
12/2/10 • News at Marshall
Can five bucks make a difference in some one's life?
12/1/10 • News at Marshall
A research team of USC Marshall MBA students has concluded that a sustainable world is not within immediate reach as issues surrounding unclear global policies, affordability, and myopia among political leaders and consumers are thwarting businesses from investing in sustainable energy.
11/24/10 • News at Marshall
Marshall's Entrepreneur and Venture Management Association brings in four panelists to share their trials, errors, and keys to success with MBA students. Author and event host Julie Miller told students There's value in listening to stories of people who've come before you,"
11/22/10 • News at Marshall
Taquitos, Empanadas, Sambousek, Taro Cakes, Baklavah and Akara Fried Bean Cakes were just some of the menu items at Marshall's bi-annual International Mixer held earlier this month.
11/17/10
The Leventhal School of Accounting's graduate team took third place in the 2010 Deloitte Tax Case Study Competition, winning a $2,500 prize for the School, individual awards, and friendship on the way. The third place spot is the highest position ever achieved by Leventhal in the annual competition.