Tag Archives: Business program

MSB – St. Cloud Campus Hosts Professional Development Day

The doors opened at the Minnesota School of Business – St. Cloud Campus on June 17, 2016, and welcomed area business owners for a day of giving back to the community. Professional and person growth were the topics of the talks and workshops. Attendees left the day with a better understanding of business ethics, identity theft,
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Meet the Admissions Staff at Minnesota School of Business – Blaine

We have a unique bunch in our admissions department at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, and they have one very important thing in common… they care about student success. Shaun Lis: “If my background in sports has taught me anything, it’s the importance of setting goals and working as a team to achieve them. I believe
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MSB Student Spotlight: Calinn Green

Calinn Green’s journey attending school in the business program at Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville is uniquely her own. After attending school in Wisconsin for a while, Calinn joined the military and was deployed to Afghanistan twice.  When she returned to the states, she moved to Minnesota, started classes at the Art Institute International of
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Faculty Spotlight: Momoh Dudu, Accounting and Business Program Chair

Momoh Dudu joined the Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center campus team earlier this year as the accounting and business program chair. We thought it was time to give him a proper introduction to our readers! What is your educational background? I hold a Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) degree in Business Management from Marymount Manhattan College,
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MSB-Shakopee Business Students Assist Local Women’s Shelter

Students in Hugo McPhee’s Small Business Management Course at Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee decided to do their applied learning project in conjunction with the Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women’s Shelter in Belle Plaine, Minnesota. Former graduate Anna Hoy, who now works for the organization, asked if the Shakopee students could help them with ideas
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Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth Welcomes New Business and Accounting Chair

Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB) is proud to welcome our new Business and Accounting Program Chair George Glaros, Jr. George brings to MSB a rich background in academia. Before joining MSB last year, George served as an adjunct instructor at both the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C., and at DeVry University, where he
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Lakeville North High School Students Attend Business and Criminal Justice Career Day

The Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville campus recently welcomed 20 students from Lakeville North High School to explore careers in business and criminal justice. The students attended breakout sessions related to professional communications in the workplace, marketing and criminal justice. The guests listened to a current student, Heath Glassburn, discuss his externship with Dakota County, and the variety of
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Ask for Help, and You Shall Receive It: Students Assist Local Business Owner

When you are looking for help, one of the best way to get it is just to ask! Brooklyn Center resident, Rick Brack, runs two businesses: Stumbling Stones Crosses and Brack’s Handyman. Recently, he was looking for some guidance in creating a solid business plan, so he stopped in to the Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center campus to see
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MSB Faculty Spotlight: New Business Program Chair Jason Kriegel

As Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) congratulates our outgoing business program chair, Dennis Gaynor (who will thankfully remain on campus as a valued faculty member!), we simultaneously welcome his successor, Jason Kriegel. Jason holds a Master of Education in Business and Marketing Education degree from the University of Minnesota, a Master of Business Administration in
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Alumnus Pays it Forward: Business Operations Class Tours MN’s Largest Paper Converting Plant

Minnesota School of Business-Blaine (MSB) students in Business Program Chair Dave Erickson’s Operations Management class recently made “graphic news” by touring an up-and-coming paper conversion, brokerage, and distribution business in Anoka. Patriot Converting, Inc., has grown to be the largest of its kind in Minnesota. The tour gave the business students a chance to learn and see
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