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2/2/09 • News at Marshall
<p>The USC Marshall School of Business is pleased to announce the first Summer Global Business Program, an intensive four-week program for non-business majors held at the University Park Campus from July 5 to July 31, 2009.</p>
1/30/09 • News at Marshall
Chris DeWolfe, CEO and Co-Founder of MySpace, will share his insights during a live interview with Conde Nast Portfolio. The February 4th event will be held in Hoffman Hall's Edison Auditorium at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7:50; the USC community is invited to attend. DeWolfe received his MBA from the USC Marshall School and will be introduced by Professor Tom O&rsquo;Malia, Director of the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
1/19/09 • Evy Jacobson
A team of USC Marshall undergraduates won the second Philip Morris Case Competition in November 2008, a business case competition that pitted the best Marshall presentations against those from students at the University of Arizona Eller College of Management.
12/30/08 • News at Marshall
Africa Schools Project Teaching USC Marshall Students Too
12/28/08 • News at Marshall
Two Win Greif Center Award for Biggest Impact in Entrepreneurship Research
12/28/08 • LeRoy Hudson
Forbes Forges Sunny View of U.S. Economy
12/22/08 • News at Marshall
USC Marshall Center for Effective Organizations Seminar for Professionals involved in HR Measurement, Research and Analysis Posits HR Measurement Must Become a Catalyst for Strategic Change
12/15/08 • Evy Jacobson
The Marshall Student Writing Coalition announces "Write On! 2009," a university-wide writing competition that is seeking the best short stories, essays and editorials USC undergraduates have to offer.
12/15/08 • News at Marshall
Ryan Tischler knew he had to act when he discovered that the AIDS Memorial Quilt - a visual reminder of a pandemic that has taken millions of lives around the world - hadn’t been displayed at USC since 1990.
12/8/08 • News at Marshall
The USC Marshall School of Business has deepened its partnership with IPADE Business School, currently ranked #1 in Latin America (FT), by sharing one of its faculty members with the Mexican leader in business education. The cooperation deepens the relationship between two of the top business schools in the Pacific Rim and leverages USC's Mexico City office, one of a strong network of international offices and points of contacts throughout Latin America and Asia.