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ShareBy: Kyle Barton Jack Speer is a long-time newscaster at NPR, and a journalist with over twenty years of experience covering business and economics through a variety of network and broadcast markets. Some of Speer’s more prominent stories cover the 2008 financial crisis, congressional budgetary reforms, and initiatives. The government’s […]

Interview with Jack Speer – an NPR News Anchor


ShareBy: Kyle Barton Important inferences can be gathered from a survey recently conducted by the College of Business to understand social media habits of UMSL students. Trends in social media usage among students is clearly defined by the respondent’s age, profession or working experience, major/area of study, and other prominent […]

Social Media Survey Results: Understanding Social Media Habits on Campus


ShareBy: Kyle Barton The Executive Leadership Consortium (ELC) is a highly successful program that draws thought leaders to UMSL’s campus, which it hopes will acculturate students through exposure and interaction with said leaders. Since its founding in 2003, Managing Director Dr. Horne has produced six-speaker series to achieve the ELC’s […]

Create Your Own Opportunities



ShareBy: Kyle Barton and Chris Copithorne UMSL Business met with campus minority and diversity leaders to discuss diversity on UMSL’s campus, specifically covering the organizations available for black students to foster diversity. Deborah Burris, Chief Diversity Officer; Ashlee Roberts, Assistant Director of Student Involvement; Dr. Malaika Horne, Director of Executive […]

Diversity on UMSL’s Campus



ShareBy: Chris Copithorne The University of Missouri – St. Louis (UMSL) offers business students different types of resources to ensure student success. One of the best features they offer is tutoring programs and labs for students from all business-related majors. Specifically, these majors include: Accounting, Finance, Supply Chain and Analytics, […]

UMSL Tutoring and Lab Services For Business Students  



ShareBy: Megan Rothermich Kevia Jett-Ricketts is 30 years old and a returning learner, who works full time at E-Trailer while she is in school. Kevia is a student at UMSL’s College of Business Administration and is also part of the Pierre Laclede Honors College. She is a dear friend of […]

Why Internships Are Important: A Look Inside an Internship at ...


ShareThe following is an excerpt from a guest editorial on Supply Chain Quarterly, with research contributions by UMSL.  By: Masao Nishi Member of the Supply Chain Management and Analytic Advisory Board since 2016 & Principal of M. Nishi Strategic Advisory  In the central United States, there is a magnificent stretch of waterway […]

Wanted: A viable all-water route from Asia to the U.S. ...


ShareBy Andrea Siecinski The “In Your Business” Podcast recently interviewed some faculty of UMSL about the past, present and future plans of the Anheuser Busch Hall. The hall opened in August of 2017 and is the first building to be used only for the the College of Business. Brendan Goodwin […]

New Business Building Brings Fresh Opportunities To Campus