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Entrepreneurship professor Doug Villhard (top center), works with students in the CEL
We couldn't get back the lost internships for students, but we did make sure students had a story to tell about the work they did this summer.
The biennial ranking by The Economist shows WashU Olin's executive MBA shot up 20 spots since its last appearance on the list.
While the resume is the currency job seekers barter for opportunities, Jeff Gibson sees it as a barrier his firm's technology can sweep away.
Halfway through his 20-month EMBA program, Dean Meyer switched employers and made a big advance in his career by taking advantage of the career coaching services.
After 40 years in the tech world, Quorum Software President and CEO Gene Austin, MBA ’87, has a lot to share about lessons learned along the way.