Images from the 2020 most-read Olin Blog posts.
Throughout this incredible year, we documented the noteworthy alumni, program improvements and special moments that make the heartbeat of Olin.

Olin entrepreneurs participated in a roundtable discussion the day Poets & Quants announced that, once again, Olin claimed the top spot as the best MBA program for entrepreneurship.

Mell Ellen
Ellen Mell, MBA ’12, discusses her career path, tips to build a successful company, and a movement she would like to inspire.

WashU students in The Hatchery course in the early part of the fall 2020 semester getting coaching from Olin alumni.
The day began with Skandalaris Venture Competition Finalists presenting ideas to a panel of judges. Over $40,000 was awarded to nearly 40 teams.

Ryan Richt and Byron Porter
Two alums of WashU Olin’s MBA program nabbed $50,000 awards from Arch Grants, which provides non-equity funding to early stage companies committed to moving to or growing within the St. Louis area. Byron Porter, MBA ’20, won a grant for

Resilience has become a “matter of survival,” writes an international team of researchers including an expert from Olin.