Healthcare executive Rebecca Saunders saw a high ROI from her Executive MBA journey.
EMBA 33 graduate Rebecca Saunders leads among her peers with her passion and drive to make a broader impact, which she elevated in 2008 with her decision to enroll in the Executive MBA program at Olin Business School.
Fifty years ago, there were no African-American men in top MBA programs or the upper ranks of Fortune 500 companies. A professor at Wash U's business school want to change that and open the doors to minority students. The organization he created is still promoting diversity in graduate business schools and corporations.
The summer Olympics have come and gone, but the world of sports business is still buzzing with fallout from antics off and on games' venues. Olin's director of the Business of Sports program has been busy sharing his analysis of the money-side of the games with the media.
Raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens, professors who remember your name! These are a few of our favorite things! Poets & Quants releases its list of favorite profs.
Saving lives through organ donation is one of Olin junior Sara Miller's passions. Her work to encourage college students to register to donate organs attracted the attention of the Her Campus list that honors most inspiring college women.
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