The question of how our institutions promote human wellbeing isn’t anything new. In fact, it dates as far back as the 18th century with the teachings of Scottish moral philosopher Adam Smith and is the “heart of economic inquiry,” states Diana Thomas, Ph.D., associate direct of the Institute for Economic Inquiry and associate professor of economics at the Heider College of Business.
Three Heider College of Business alumni were named the the Omaha Jaycees Ten Outstanding Young Omahans (TOYO) that was released last week. Read the full press release and bios of the three students below.
Dec. 12, 2014, Harper Center, Creighton University’s Heider College of Business: A heated argument erupted between Cynthia Corritore’s, Ph.D., professor of Business Intelligence and Analytics, BIA 375 students. Intervention by campus security was not warranted, however.
You may think Tinker Toys have no place in a college classroom. You’d be wrong. Heider College management students recently spent a class playing with classic construction toy. Kind of.
The nation’s largest student-led business symposium continues to grow. The 11th annual Creighton Business Symposium drew over 500 students and 300 business executives and University faculty and staff to the CenturyLink Center on November 7, 2014.