ICSC ReCon Live
Follow our students in real-time at this annual commercial real estate convention
College renews AACSB accreditation
Five-year accreditation visit a success
Supply Chain program ranked #15 worldwide by SCM World
Quality internships a common thread in top programs
Dr. Wagner's health insurance research mentioned in Journal of American Medical Association
Dr. Wagner finds less cost-shifting occurs when more patients receive Medicaid
Marquette accounting students advance in tax competition
Program ranked #19 nationally by tax accounting organization
Dr. Clark offers positive outlook for Wisconsin housing market
Journal Sentinel article digs into local housing trends
College welcomes three new faculty members
New faculty have backgrounds in strategic management, leadership and industrial economics
New business programs cross disciplines, address employment trends
Three new programs cross a variety of disciplines
Marquette real estate professors honored with best paper awards
Pennington-Cross, Cashman lauded by American Real Estate Society
Business programs rise in 2017 rankings
College of Business Administration moves up to #77 nationally
IT Instructor named Milwaukee CTO of the Year
The college congratulates our own EMBA alumnus and adjunct instructor of IT, Bill Caraher, who was recently named CTO of the Year by the Milwaukee Business Journal.
2016 ULINE Scholarship recipients named
Four students receive $5,000 scholarships
University mourns and remembers Jacob Kaufmann
Marquette University mourns the sudden loss of one of our College of Business Administration students, Jacob “Jake” Kaufmann, who died unexpectedly in late July.
Dr. Mark Eppli earns two prominent national appointments
Eppli elected president of Real Estate Research Institute, named a NAIOP Distinguished Fellow
Marquette, Rexnord to launch ‘Bridge to Business’ program for young engineers
Effort propelled by $1 million corporate gift from Rexnord
Information Technology students recognized with award, scholarships
Marquette students take GEICO Achievement Award and SIM Scholarships
Dr. Krause wins inaugural Brennan Master Teacher Award
Honor bestowed courtesy of a nearly $1 million gift from the Edward Brennan family
Marquette real estate students win regional case competition
Marks third consecutive victory at NAIOP challenge
Two faculty receive prestigious University awards
Maranto and Gruber honored for teaching and service
Marquette team wins CFA Society - Madison Research Challenge
Team advances to global finals in Chicago
InnovaIT competition open for submissions
Students are offered an opportunity to dream up innovative product ideas and work with various mentors and team members to bring their ideas to life in the form of a working technical prototype.
Economist finds discriminatory lending practices in mortgage industry
Dr. Andrew Hanson’s study shows unfair treatment of African-Americans by lenders
Investment Banking team advances to final stage of NIBC Case Competition
Four AIM seniors to compete in Vancouver
Dr. Chowdhury honored as Faculty All-Star
Recognized for teaching and service contributions
Marquette team takes third in Fed Challenge
Annual competition tests students' knowledge and understanding of monetary policy
2015 ULINE Scholarship recipients named
Four seniors receive $5,000 scholarships
Economics professor Hanson elected to national board
Serving on board of directors for the National Tax Association
Two Marquette real estate professors win best paper awards
Pennington-Cross, Cashman honored by American Real Estate Association
Marquette senior economics professor awarded Fulbright
Toumanoff will teach at Armenian university
Mentor program serves as model for campus and beyond
Business mentor program celebrates 20 years, profiled in Marquette Magazine
Marquette welcomes Brian Till, Keyes Dean of Business Administration
Dr. Brian Till, business dean from Xavier University, started July 13
2015 ImpactNext winners announced
Hyde Expedition's Wingman takes top honors
Team of real estate students again wins regional case competition
Marquette wins NAIOP University Challenge for second year in a row
Alumnus establishes $1 million scholarship
John Seramur boosts longtime gift for scholarship aid
Marquette Business announces recipients of college’s 2015 Alumni National Awards
Full bios of each of the award recipients are available online.
New STEM-MBA program answers industry demands
Five year program provides undergraduate experience in STEM fields and an MBA
Accounting chair Akers to be honored with a WICPA 2015 Excellence Award
Akers honored by the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants with a 2015 Excellence Award at its annual Member Recognition Banquet on May 6.
Econ prof Chowdhury releases study on Wisconsin’s Right to Work legislation
Right to Work is “shortsighted and a superficial selling point”
LeaderShape Institute enhances cross-college collaboration
Retreat style program in Lake Geneva held over Winter Break
AIM students represent Marquette at National Investment Banking Conference and Competition in Vancouver
Marquette’s team ranked in the top tier of 380 teams
Econ prof Hanson researches minimum wage policy for Wisconsin
Minimum wage hike is not the best way to help Wisconsin’s working poor, research says
2014 ULINE Scholarship recipients named
Marquette Business has announced the 2014 recipients of the Uline Scholarship. Seniors Katherine Chaudoir, and Alaa "Alex" Ibrahim, and Juniors Avery Flyte and Elizabeth Kellen were each awarded one $5,000 scholarship.
MBA alumna elected to university Board of Trustees
Nancy Hernandez among five new members
Supply chain management program among best in nation
Leading supply chain trade organization ranks undergraduate program 16th overall
Dean discusses "Day 1" vision in guest column
Eppli talks about "Character and Self-Awareness in Business Education"
Center for Real Estate names Schuerman new associate director
Nina to replace Andrew Hunt, who is relocating to the Denver area
Anthony Pennington-Cross named Finance Department chair
Many thanks to Dr. Sarah Peck for 10 years of service as Chair
Management prof Ow receives Marquette’s highest teaching award
Ow's innovative approach to teaching IT earns him the Teaching Excellence Award
Marquette real estate students win regional case competition
Team bests five other schools in NAIOP University Challenge
Supply Chain prof Bastl honored for Top 3 research paper for 2013
Named a finalist for the 2013 Harold E. Fearon Best Paper Award
'Intro to Applied Investing' MOOC offered again
Dr. Krause's popular free, online course begins May 5
AIM students advance in CFA’s Investment Research Challenge
Team proceeds to regional challenge in Denver
Two Marquette Business faculty members promoted
Miller and Ling earn tenure and rank of associate professor
Alumnus Graham named CFO at Journal Communications
Jason Graham has been named chief financial officer and senior vice president of finance and controller for Journal Communications
Alumnus Roberts elected to university’s Board of Trustees
Investment management veteran Scott Roberts leads Ziegler Lotsoff Capital Management
Accounting students win Deloitte Audit Case Competition
Team bests six other schools, including DePaul, Illinois and Wisconsin
Marquette Business students take top honors at Social Innovation Design Challenge
Senior Julius Lewiel wins first place prize
Management prof Adya honored by Decision Sciences Institute
Named the “2013 Outstanding Associate Editor”
Alumnus John Ferraro leads university’s presidential search committee
Marquette University’s Board of Trustees recently announced the search committee for Marquette’s 24th president.
Ziploc pioneer Ausnit shares success story with Marquette Business
Ausnit spoke during The Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship’s new “After Hours” speaker series Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Supply chain prof Bastl honored with Best Paper Award
For study on sustainability assessment of food chain logistics
New books available by two Marquette Business alumni
Weinfurter and Zilber focus on entrepreneurship
Marketing’s Laczniak elected president of international Macromarketing Society
The MMS is a worldwide association of university academics who conduct research on questions related to the interaction of marketing, markets and society
Real Estate program named to national association
Marquette joins nine other universities in NAIOP
MBA alumnus Pelkola named head of fixed income at Lincoln Financial Group
Pelkola graduated with an MBA from Marquette in 1997.
Accounting prof Rich publishes study on municipal interest rates
Study shows municipalities that file accounting restatements are penalized with higher bond interest rates
Boston Red Sox chairman Werner to keynote annual Business Leaders Forum
Werner’s address, ‘The Business of Sports,’ will be Sept. 30
Marquette Business launches university’s first MOOC with Intro to Applied Investing
Enrollment now open for short, pilot course; open online class begins Sept. 23
2013 Uline Scholarship recipients named
Seniors Logon Collins, Charles Hoover, Nicholas Kerger and Christopher Steffen were each awarded one $5,000 scholarship.
Marketing’s Laczniak honored with second Charles Slater Award
Award recognizes most influential article impacting macromarketing thought
Marquette Business mourns the loss of Emeritus Dean Tom Bausch
Dean of the college from 1978-1993
Accounting chair Akers elected to national board
Elected to the board of directors for the Federation of Schools of Accountancy
Marketing professor Andrews receives Way Klingler Sabbatical Award.
Annual award based on prior research, potential contribution to the discipline
Student start-up works with alum to build retail strategy
With Marquette Business alumnus Jim Sartori (1977), CEO of Sartori Cheese.
Marketing professor honored for study on nutrition claims in advertising
Dr. Craig Andrews wins prestigious Kinnear Award for second time in as many years
Econ graduate student awarded Public Policy Forum fellowship
Phillip M. Laper receives Norman N. Gill Civic Engagement Fellowship
Entrepreneurship prof Stewart honored with best article award
Article focuses on professionalization in family firms
Three Marquette Business professors receive grants
Three Marquette Business professors received grants for various research projects
Alumni association names new executive board, welcomes new directors
The Marquette University Business Administration Alumni Association has named the following new executive officers to its board of directors:
Study shows peer influence, status play role in female weight gain
Higher status peers influence weight gain in college females, less so for males
ImpactNext: Changing the traditional business plan competition
Winners announced for 2013's updated format
Alumni honored during Marquette’s National Alumni Awards Weekend
Four separate awards given
Students honored at 89th Annual Honors Convocation
See the program for a complete listing of the 2012-13 award winners and honorees.
Marquette hoops life lessons eased Frozena’s transition to trader
Now working as a securities trader at Baraboo Growth, LLC,
Part-time MBA program ranked in the top 50
Entrepreneurship program ranked no. 18, EMBA program ranked 24
Two Marquette Business alumni elected to university’s Board of Trustees
Two of the four new members recently elected to the Marquette University Board of Trustees are Marquette Business alumni.
Alumnus Jeske’s documentary featured in online film festival
Documentary follows events leading up to a shooting in Kirkwood, MO.
EMBA student named senior vice president at Catholic Financial Life
John Borgen to have oversight of the sales, marketing, fraternal and member service departments of the society
Marquette MBA students win state investment challenge
Third ACG Cup win in five years for graduate business students
Kohler Center starts new business model challenge
ImpactNext replaces longtime Marquette Business Plan Competition
Part-time MBA program offered in Kohler for Fall 2013
Program will use a blend of in-person classes, online coursework
Alumnus Dan Fuss honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
He earned his bachelor’s degree from the College of Business Administration in 1955 and his MBA in 1965.
First Uline Scholarship recipients named
Marquette Business has announced the 2012 recipients of the new Uline Scholarship.
Marquette student-run Buena Vida Coffee moves into retail space
‘Coffee with a cause’ will be sold in New Berlin Sendik's Food Market
Management professor wins national award for instructional innovation
Dr. Monica Adya recognized by Decision Sciences Institute
Alumnus named VP, chief risk officer at Northwestern Mutual
Marquette Business alumnus Todd Jones has been promoted to an executive officer position at Northwestern Mutual.
Applied Investment Management program announces new class
Marquette Business’ Applied Investment Management program has announced its Class of 2014.
New study shows recession’s impact on U.S. divorce rates
Financial strains caused by economic crisis dampened divorces
Marquette hires new professor for Center for Supply Chain Management
Mark Barratt was on faculty in top 3 program at Arizona State University
MBA student team leads Briggs & Stratton to victory at Torch Awards
A team of Marquette MBA students worked with the senior management of Briggs & Stratton to draft the application and then apply for the Wisconsin Better Business Bureau's Torch Award for ethics and integrity, which the firm won in the large company category. Each year the Wisconsin BBB holds its Torch Awards, recognizing both for-profit and nonprofit organizations.
Beta Alpha Psi again names Marquette chapter ‘Superior’
Beta Alpha Psi has recognized the Marquette Business chapter internationally as a Superior Chapter.
The Logistics Council honors three supply chain students
Three supply chain management students were honored with academic scholarships from the The Logistics Council
Northwestern Mutual CEO to speak at Business Leaders Forum
John Schlifske, chairman and chief executive officer of Northwestern Mutual, will deliver the keynote speech at the annual Business Leaders Forum.
Three undergraduate programs ranked in top 25 nationally
Three College of Business Administration undergraduate programs have been ranked in the top 25 nationally by U.S. News & World Report.
Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship names first Faculty Fellow
Political science professor Young founded water usage venture H2OScore.com
Marketing professor honored with lifetime achievement award
Laczniak recognized by American Marketing Association for contributions to ethics
EMBA alumna named executive director of nation’s largest youth orchestra
Linda Edelstein, a 2011 executive MBA alumna, has been named executive director of the Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Accounting alumnus named CFO of the Year
Jonathan Sohn, a 1995 accounting alumnus and senior vice president and chief financial officer for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, was named CFO of the Year by the Business Journal of Milwaukee.
Dean Salchenberger appointed to provost's office; Professor Eppli named interim dean
Salchenberger to take on new role as associate provost for academic planning and budgeting.
Marquette Business partners with shipping supply specialist Uline
The Marquette University College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Management today announced a formal corporate partnership with Uline—The Shipping Supply Specialists,
Management Professor Ow publishes study on information technology in healthcare in premier journal
In a paper forthcoming in MIS Quarterly, a leading journal of management information systems, Terence Ow examines the impact of hospitals’ investment in information technology (IT) on their market value.
Marquette Business hires new faculty
Five new full-time, tenure-track faculty members join us this fall
Thought leaders: Marquette Business faculty share their expertise
Marquette Business faculty regularly appear in print and on radio
Marquette Business congratulates retiring faculty members
The close of the 2011-12 academic year brought the retirements of four Marquette Business faculty members
Economics professor Daniels earns second Fulbright award
Daniels will study U.S. and Canadian residents’ attitudes toward trade, immigration and foreign direct investment policies post-9/11
Real estate professor Eppli addresses Milwaukee Press Club
discussed southeast Wisconsin’s commercial real estate industry
MBA alumnus McDowell named CFO of The Washington Group of Northwestern Mutual
Matthew McDowell, a 2011 alumnus of Marquette Business’ Graduate School of Management, has been named CFO of The Washington Group of Northwestern Mutual, based in McLean, Va.
Marquette Center for Supply Chain Management seeks participants for ISM-Milwaukee index survey on area manufacturing activity
The Center for Supply Chain Management in Marquette University’s College of Business Administration is seeking participants for the monthly Institute for Supply Management – Milwaukee “Report on Business.”
Marketing professor Andrews honored with top article award
Craig Andrews, Professor and Charles H. Kellstadt Chair in Marketing, has been awarded the 2012 Thomas C. Kinnear/Journal of Public Policy & Marketing Award, which honors the article published in the journal between 2008 and 2010 that has made the most significant contribution to the understanding of marketing and public policy issues.
Graduate accounting student honored nationally for CMA exam score
Accounting student will be honored by the Institute of Certified Management Accountants for achieving the top score on the Certified Management Accountant examination.
Center for Supply Chain Management to conduct key healthcare survey
National study will gauge healthcare executives’ perceptions of supply chain
ISM-Milwaukee honors four supply chain students
Gives academic scholarships to undergraduate students attending SE Wisconsin universities
Supply chain management professor honored for teaching excellence
Dr. Mark Cotteleer honored with a Marquette University Teaching Excellence Award.
Developing talent: Real estate students win Midwest Real Estate Challenge
A team of four real estate students recently took top honors at the Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation’s Second Annual Midwest Real Estate Challenge in Chicago.
Two marketing professors are finalists for 2011 Kinnear/Best Article award
Andrews and Laczniak among five finalists
Marquette Business students honored by university for leadership
Two Marquette Business students were recognized with awards to honor exceptional contributions from the university’s Division of Student Affairs
Kohler Center announces winners of Business Plan Competition
Mobile trade show 'game' BoothTag earns top honors
IT students take top honors at Project Management Triathlon
Two teams of information technology students took top honors at the third annual Intercollegiate Project Management Triathlon
Applied Investment Management team has great showing at CFA competition
The Marquette University Applied Investment Management team advanced to the semi-final round of the Americas Regional of the CFA Institute Research Challenge in New York, April 9-10, 2012.
Alumnus will lead PNC Bank in Wisconsin
Alumnus Christopher Goller, who was a commercial banking leader at U.S. Bank’s Wisconsin headquarters in Milwaukee,
Marquette Business faculty research profiled
Dr. Olga Yakusheva & Dr. Qianhua Ling profiled in Discover
Alumnus’ start-up getting noticed: FastCompany lauds Zaarly
In early 2011, 1999 alumnus Eric Koester founded Zaarly
Steeped in sustainability
Student’s coffee venture gives back and pays forward
Marquette finance students advance in investment competition
Applied Investment Management team bests other local colleges for fourth straight year
Finance professor honored for study on ‘co-CEO’ phenomenon
Marks fifth best paper award for college over the past year
MBA students assist firms with BBB Torch Awards
Two teams of MBA students worked with Wisconsin companies to assist them in the often challenging and rigorous Better Business Bureau Torch Awards application process.
Expert on economics of higher education delivers Marburg Lecture
Cornell’s Ron Ehrenberg examined rising cost of college in ‘Tuition Rising’
Investment forum to feature national experts on finance, ethics
Thursday, February 16, 5pm
Professor Laczniak publishes fifth book on marketing ethics
Ethics in Marketing contains 20 cases that deal with a variety of ethical issues
Stay up-to-date with Marquette Business e-newsletter
Subscribe now to our monthly digest of college news, faculty research and media placements, student stories, alumni profiles, and more
ManpowerGroup CEO Jeff Joerres to deliver keynote address at annual Business Leaders Forum
Business Leaders Forum luncheon will be held Friday, Feb. 17, 2012, in the ballroom of the Alumni Memorial Union.
Eppli appointed director at Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago
FHLBC is a $73 billion wholesale bank serving the needs of member housing finance institutions located in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Marquette Business is now on LinkedIn
You can join the group online: go.mu.edu/MUBizLinkedIn.
College of Business Administration maintains AACSB accreditation
Students travel to India; follow along with their blogs
Five Marquette students will be chronicling their journey to India during a two-week study abroad experience.
Marquette Business 2011: a retrospective
For Marquette Business, 2011 was more than the college’s centennial year: it was a memorable 12 months replete with highlights and successes from faculty, students, alumni and the college as a whole. Here are just some of the moments we’re particularly proud of
Finance students take it to 'The Street'
Wall Street, finance alumni provide invaluable education and networking opportunities
Supply chain management senior helps lead Marquette student government
Before applying to Marquette University during his senior year at Moline High School in Iowa, the most Trent Carlson had heard about the Milwaukee-based Catholic, Jesuit university was that they had a good basketball team. Upon arrival, Carlson fell in love with the university and knew it was the place for him and still affirms that belief today.
Winter clothing drive
Help us celebrate the spirit of the holiday season by donating new or gently used hats, scarves and mittens for MPS students.
Alumnus named CIO of the Year
Rick Roy, a 1990 MBA graduate and CUNA Mutual Group senior vice president and chief information officer, has been named the 2011 Chief Information Officer of the Year in the Enterprise category by the Wisconsin Chapter of the Society of Information Management and the Business Journal of Milwaukee.
Center for Real Estate director moderated key industry panel
20-Year Antwerp Reunion
Save the date! Join Joe Terrian, Liliane Van Hoof and Wim Van Dreissen in Antwerp to celebrate 20 years of the Antwerp Program. June 10-13, 2012
Classrooms without walls
From projects that involve advanced teleconferencing across oceans to hands-on internship experiences, Marquette Business students are engaged in a wide array applied learning opportunities that give them a truly global business perspective.
MBA alumna named president of United Performing Arts Fund
MBA alumna Deanna Tillisch was named the new president of the United Performing Arts Fund in Milwaukee. Prior to joining UPAF, she was vice president of the Northwestern Mutual Foundation, Wisconsin’s largest corporate giver.
Four accounting alumni named ‘CFO of the Year’
Four Marquette Business accounting alumni have been named “CFO of the Year” by The Business Journal of Milwaukee
ACRE grads make good
Tina Anderson and Sherry Webb develop apartment complex on Milwaukee's south side
Real estate, supply chain directors to moderate industry panels
Mark Eppli, Bell Chair in Real Estate and professor of finance, will moderate “Milwaukee: The Way Forward…Establishing Development Priorities” at the annual BizTimes Milwaukee Commercial Real Estate conference Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011.
Accounting alumna named a ‘40 Under 40’ by CPA Practice Advisor
Accounting alumna Kara Haas, CPA, CITP, CFE, has been named among the CPA Practice Advisor’s “40 Under 40” for 2011.
Accounting faculty member honored for outstanding research paper
Qianhua Ling received the outstanding research paper award at the American Accounting Association’s 2011 annual meeting
Presidential Management Fellow Program seeking GSM students
Presidential Management Fellow Program seeking GSM students for the Presidential Management Fellows Program of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management
Three faculty honored by the Journal of Business Ethics
AIM grads earn 88 percent pass rate on CFA exam; more than double global rate
Graduates from the college’s Applied Investment Management program class of 2011 achieved an 88 percent pass rate on the Chartered Financial Analyst Level I exam, more than double the global pass rate of 39 percent.
Marketing undergrad, McNair Scholar to present research
Undergraduate marketing student Larry A. Whitley will present his research as part of the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program at the 21st Annual McNair Undergraduate Research Symposium, which will be held July 27-28.
Center for Supply Chain Management assumes responsibility for key business survey
As of June 2011, Marquette’s Center for Supply Chain Management is administering and compiling data for the monthly ISM-Milwaukee Report on Business Survey. The local chapter of the Institute for Supply Management has for the past decade conducted the survey.
Alumnus Zaeske named CEO of Maryland-based DataBank
Fred Zaeske, a 1986 alumnus of the College of Business Administration, has been named the new CEO of Maryland-based DataBank IMX, LLC, an industry leader in document management and document conversion services.
Marquette’s supply chain management program among best in nation
Leading supply chain trade organization ranks undergraduate program 14th overall
Accounting alumna named WICPA board president-elect
Danica E. Olson, CPA, Bus Ad ’93, Grad ’00, accounting manager with the Milwaukee Bucks has been named president-elect of the 2011-2012 Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants (WICPA) Board of Directors.
Center for Audit Quality funds accounting professor’s research
Finance student defies the odds
A week before his senior year, Marquette finance and marketing student Adam Rilott broke his neck in a car accident and was deemed a quadriplegic. On May 22, 2011, he walked across the stage at graduation.
College celebrates 100 years in grand fashion
The College of Business Administration on Saturday, May 14, celebrated 100 years of Jesuit business education in Milwaukee at a Centennial Celebration.
Faculty honored for excellence in research, teaching
Two faculty members for excellence in research and teaching
Undergraduates honored with university Student Leadership Awards
Fourteen College of Business Administration undergraduates were honored at the 42nd annual Division of Student Affairs’ Student Leadership Recognition Program.
Kohler Center announces winners of 2011 Business Plan Competition
Web-based staff scheduling tool ZoomShift takes top prize
Students lauded at 87th Honors Convocation
Fifty business undergraduate and graduate students were presented awards
Management students fare well at project management competition
Two Marquette teams place first, second
U.S. News ranks EMBA in top 20, part-time MBA in top 50
Entrepreneurship program ranked among specialty programs at No. 24.
Business Plan Competition has record year
The Marquette Business Plan Competition, now in its ninth year, attracted 52 entrants for 2011, the most in the contest’s history. Of those 52, 20 were social ventures. The competition last year added a separate category for businesses with a focus on addressing a societal need.
Be a fan and follow: College is now on Facebook, Twitter
Marquette graduate business students win state competition
MBA team retains ACG Cup with second victory in as many years
Accounting alumnus honored for high CPA Exam score
Rebstock is second Marquette grad in a row to receive Elijah Watt Sells Award
Dr. Anthony Pennington-Cross honored for best paper of 2010
Study on subprime mortgages receives the 2010 Edwin S. Mills Best Paper in Real Estate Economics.
Dr. Mark Eppli Moderates BizTimes Real Estate Conference
The conference focus was, “Milwaukee 2020,” and took a look at trends over the next ten years in southwest Wisconsin and beyond.
AIM students: Some stocks to watch as economic gloom lifts
As gloomy as the economy might seem, 22 finance-oriented Marquette University seniors say next year will be better than many economists expect.
Andy White, MBA '08, Turns Freelance Gig into Branding Business
Marquette MBA graduate Andy White is the founder of a new marketing business based in Milwaukee.
Dr. Abdur Chowdhury appointed to Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's Academic Advisory Council
Dr. Chowdhury will join other professors in the Chicago Fed's district to provide advice on monetary policy to the central bank.
Dr. Olga Yakusheva's Research on College Weight Gain Receives National Attention
Research by co-authors Olga Yakusheva, assistant professor of economics at Marquette University, and Kandice Kapinos of the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, was recently highlighted in articles in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and on ABC News.
Minor in Entrepreneurship Will Be Offered
The College of Business Administration will offer a minor in entrepreneurship for non-business majors beginning in fall 2011.
Marquette Represented at Annual Strategy Conference
Several Marquette professors appear at Strategic Management Society's annual conference.
Alumnus Honored as 2010 United Way 'Philanthropic 5'
Marquette Business Applied Investment Management alumnus, Dan Tranchita, honored for Milwaukee-area philanthropy.
Students Obtain Professional Certification from APICS
Marquette’s Management Department strives to prepare students for the immediate priorities of prospective employers...
Marquette GSM Students Win the ACG Cup
Ben Adams, Scott Ginal, Michael Sanfilippo, Jason Woldt and Andrew Zimmerman competed in the WI competition on Saturday, Feb. 6th...