ShareBy Alexandria Diercks  Dr. Joan Phillips, who has a resume that any educator would dream of, is now taking the position of the Dean of UMSL’s College of Business Administration. I had the pleasure of chatting with Phillips, asking her questions that I think a lot of UMSL students and […]

Get to Know Dr. Joan Phillips, New Dean of UMSL ...


ShareBy Sara Hamer The marketing club had a zoom meeting called “Nailed It! How to snag that dream job or internship” that was on February 17th, 2021, at 12:30 pm. The zoom meeting featured Kayla Gentz, Carrie Lemke, and Dr. Drake Perry.  Kayla Gentz is a senior recruiter at the […]

Nailed It Marketing Club Recap


ShareBy Motunde Oke It is the time of the semester again to think about course selection for the summer and the fall. While it can be exciting choosing new classes, it can equally be both frustrating and confusing to choose classes that you don’t really know much about. Not to […]

Entrepreneurship Becomes a Requirement for UMSL Business Students



ShareBy Alexandria Diercks UMSL’s spring 2021 virtual career fair is Friday, March 12 from 9am-3pm. This event is campus wide for students and alumni, no matter the academic program or level. It’s a great way to get your foot in the door and meet with possible employers! I got the […]

Career Fair Tips from Cushman & Wakefield


ShareLori Pilla RN, MBA, CPSM is the Systems Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer at Mercy Health. Ms. Pilla is an essential member of the Supply Chain & Analytics Executive Advisory Board. She has over twenty-five years of executive clinical, financial and operational healthcare experience. Lori provides an impressive […]

Get to Know UMSL Supply Chain & Analytics Executive Board ...


ShareBy Sara Hamer The Pandemic has created a crisis for the local businesses of this country. Do you want to know why you should support local businesses during Covid? Many small businesses are struggling with this current pandemic. With businesses having to adjust, it can be hard to bring back […]

Why You Should Support Local Businesses



ShareBy Jennifer Rothweiler In college it’s easy to lose focus of your end goal. We are asked, “What do you want to study?” In reality, we need to decipher a more important question: “What do you want to do for a living and which degree program will best qualify you […]

Cybersecurity Certificate Offers Job Security


ShareBy Motunde Oke Several small businesses lost momentum all in the bid to follow the public health guidelines that were made to keep everyone safe. As businesses in St Louis are gradually opening to increase the capacity of customers, maintaining a vital customer relationship cannot be overemphasized! A good customer […]

5 Tips to Earning Clientele Trust and Loyalty Post-Pandemic


ShareBy Carlos Escudero  Due to all the changes the Coronavirus Pandemic has brought upon us, one of the main concerns students seem to be having (including me) is the availability of internships. Although it is easy to feel stuck in your search for an internship during these changing times, Agnieszka […]

IB Appreciation Month Offers Opportunities for UMSL Students



ShareThe Supply Chain & Analytics Department is pleased to share with you our Outstanding Student Awardee and December 2020 Graduate, Shannon Keys. Shannon grew up in Columbia, Missouri and moved to St. Louis in 2017 to begin her freshman year at UMSL. She was on the executive board of the […]

UMSL Supply Chain & Analytics Outstanding Student Award Recipient