Student Life

Dillon Eisman received $36,000 award from the International Diller Teen Fellows for creating a business that provides "upcycled" used clothing for homeless youth in the LGBTQ community near his home.


GBSA membership for 2018-2019.
Together, member of the Graduate Business Student Association leadership established three goals to guide our decisions and efforts for the 2018-2019 academic year.



BranchOut members and Olin allies posting at the OWIB auction in February 2018.
In the spirit of Pride, here’s a quick introduction to several of the Class of 2019 BranchOut members who play key leadership roles.



Left, Skae and Hammack at their reception at the Missouri Athletic Club. Right, Gauthier and Triplett on graduation day.
Things are bound to happen. Introductions. Networking. A little "due diligence." Then, a merger.



When we leave here today, maintaining the relationships that we’ve spent the last four years developing will take work. It will require us to prioritize.