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How to Succeed in the Cameron School of Business: An Insider’s Scoop

Whether a student is a first generation college student or comes from a long line of college graduates, college can be a new world of experiences and challenges for students.  Many times students aren’t aware of the skills, behaviors, and habits that can make or break their academic career. The Cameron School of Business is…

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15 Days in Cuba: A Unique Study Abroad Experience

By Barbara Bordon –After the relaxing of the US embargo to Cuba in 2016, the island has received a considerable number of US travelers. The University of St. Thomas organized a study abroad trip to Cuba in August, and there were several undergraduate and graduate students interested in enrolling. I was not the exception. As…

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MCTM Students Experience the 2016 BIO International Convention

By Homer Quintana —My visit to San Francisco this June was a culmination of experiences and lessons learned towards the Master in Clinical Translation Management (MCTM) program at UST. The journey began with a Wednesday visit to the Moscone Convention Center for the 2016 BIO International Convention, the global event for biotechnology which showcases the…

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Broadening Horizons: Celts Exploring Businesses

By Dayuan (Peter) Liu–I am an international student coming from China and am pursuing my Master’s degree in Finance in the Cameron School of Business. This is my first semester at the University of St. Thomas, and my first time in America. I am very curious about the new environment, especially the business world. Adjusting…

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Becoming a Leader in a Changing World

By Patricio Torres-Palacio, Ph.D.– “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other” (John F. Kennedy) There are so many things that have been said about leadership.  How many times has the question been asked “is a leader made or born?” I believe that both cases are possible. Perception of Leadership Times and environments affect leadership…

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Seek Personal Fulfillment First: Money Will Follow

By Cameron Coffey–Manuel Aguilar’s advice for success to job seekers and young professionals is to seek personal fulfillment first. Sometimes fresh graduates, business majors in particular, tend to value the starting salary of a given job opportunity more than other, more meaningful factors. Aguilar, a UST BBA/MBA alumni, warned against this disposition during the Celt…

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Business Taught by a Beer Scientist

By Jason Brancato– Traditionally when we think of successful businesses, we think of huge corporations like Apple, Coca-Cola, and the Wal-Mart. Even though we might not know anything about what the company represents, they usually share a common theme. They are deemed successful because we associate the term success with the money they earn. However,…

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Entrepreneurs with Inspiration: CSB Business Symposium

By Haripriya Rathod–At the Cameron School of Business’  First Annual Business Symposium, I attended the Entrepreneurship Panel where two very talented and inspiring speakers were invited to share their peals of wisdom.    Never Give Up Our first speaker was, Mr. Sachin Chowdhry, a former businessman, entrepreneur, and an industry consultant. He inspired the audience…

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