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Marshall News

10/13/08 • News at Marshall
185 International Entrepreneurs to Meet in Shanghai October 23-25
9/30/08 • News at Marshall
<p>The USC Marshall School of Business was ranked fourth overall among top executive MBA programs internationally in a <em>Wall Street Journal</em> survey of graduates and employers released Sept. 30.</p>
9/24/08 • News at Marshall
September 24, 2008 -- The USC Marshall School of Business announces the establishment of its <a target="_self" href="">Society and Business Lab (SBL),</a> a ground-breaking program designed to encourage corporate engagement and social responsibility while educating students and preparing them for future leadership roles.
9/24/08 • News at Marshall
The Center for Management (CMC) is Leading the Way to Solve Intergenerational Gaps
9/24/08 • News at Marshall
USC professor Michalle Mor Barak is honored for her book about the importance of diversity in the workforce.
9/22/08 • News at Marshall
The USC Marshall School of Business graduate entrepreneurship program was again ranked among the very best in the nation in a review of more than 2,300 schools by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review.
9/22/08 • News at Marshall
Professors Lucy Lee and Bob McCann of the Center for Management Communication were awarded Marshall’s coveted Golden Apple Award for the 2007-2008 academic year. This award is bestowed by students on their favorite Marshall professors. Lee won the award for undergraduate teaching, while McCann received his for the full time (core) MBA program.
9/9/08 • News at Marshall
USC Marshall's International Business Education and Research (IBEAR) MBA program received a certificate of commendation from the office of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa in honor of its 30th year this August.
9/1/08 • News at Marshall
Zoe-Vonna Palmrose returns to USC Marshall after serving at the Securities and Exchange Commission
8/18/08 • News at Marshall
New research from the USC Marshall School of Business reveals that when people are trying to make a positive impression, they may behave in ways that contradict gender stereotypes, but not necessarily to their benefit.