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Marshall News

2/9/09 • News at Marshall
Four Seniors Take Home Trophy from First Pac Rim Real Estate Competition
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.