UA undergrads found $10M company on the side.
There’s nothing like real-world experience to bring textbook content vividly to life. Just ask UA students Aasim Saied, Miran Maric, Jermaine Ramsey, and Anna Deng: they are also executives at a growing cell phone company.
This summer, 50 Eller management and marketing majors took their first-semester cohort classes in Nanjing, China. The accelerated program resulted in 15 credits in seven short weeks, but the intangible benefits of the experience proved immeasurable. [more]
Eller MBA Program collecting school supplies for South African students.
In October, Eller Executive MBA students will travel to South Africa to gain international perspective, but they’re also planning to leave something behind. [more]
This summer, students participating in the Costa Rica Study Tour program got a first-hand look at community microcredit in action — during the trip, they visited with officials of the Bancre de San Tiago, known as “El Bankito,” an unusual community bank. [more]
Through a new partnership between the Eller College of Management and the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, students interested in combining an MBA with a master’s degree in public health (MPH) can earn both degrees in three years. [more]
The Innovation Frontier Arizona partnership has announced the availability of more than 1,000 no-cost seats in workshops hosted across four southern Arizona counties. The program is administered by the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship. [more]
A private equity firm has acquired Knowledge Computing Company (KCC), the company founded by McClelland Professor of MIS Hsinchun Chen to commercialize the crime-fighting product COPLINK®. [more]
An MBA Without Borders
Operations Manager, Oliberté
BS Business and Public Administration '69
A Passion for the Public Sector
BSPA Public Policy and Management
and BSBA Business Economics '09
October 16, 2009
Technology and Management Awards Luncheon in Phoenix.
Checking in with Three States
in Budget Limbo
NPR : September 15, 2009
Construction that Fueled
Growth in the Sun Belt Slows
The New York Times : August 27, 2009
UA Panel Examines Our Solar Future
Arizona Daily Star : August 29, 2009
Academic Dean's Other Job is
to Help Needy Families
Arizona Daily Star : August 16, 2009