Students Test Their Coding Skills in Argy Bargy App Competition

Dec 20, 2017

BIA professor Cynthia Corritore, PhD, believes students have embraced the MMO format of BIA 375 because it fits perfectly with the very hands-on nature of the coding course.

Nick Langel, BSBA'07, Recognized with TOYO Award

Dec 20, 2017

Service is a way of life for the Union Pacific executive. "I feel that it is our duty to give back more than we take and to leave a positive mark on the community,” says Langel, whether that community is his campus, work, church, neighborhood or city.

Sophomore Nate Adams to Work in Cambridge, UK This Summer

Dec 20, 2017

Adams decided to pair finance with a sustainable energy science after taking a Magis Core Curriculum science course.

3-3 Program Student Angie Ngo Blends Social Justice and Business

Dec 18, 2017

“I sought out Jesuit universities because I was intrigued by their mission and work with social justice,” the Boise, Idaho sophomore says. “I knew that I wanted to learn more about not only service, but justice.”

Heider Professor Alexei Marcoux's Expertise Sought by Multiple Universities

Dec 15, 2017

At the invitation of Texas A&M and the University of Oklahoma professors, Alexei Marcoux, PhD, traveled south to speak to graduate and undergraduate students on economist Milton Friedman’s views on corporate social responsibility.