Marquette Wire

Lack of president, provost poses challenges for College of Business

Joe Kaiser

October 1, 2013

The resignation of University President the Rev. Scott Pilarz and delay of the provost search are complicating the search for a new College of Business Administration dean, despite a search committee forming in late August. Mark...

EDITORIAL: Lack of business dean could exacerbate existing problems

October 1, 2013

In academics, as in business, leadership is important. Students in the College of Business Administration know this — they are required to participate in the Leadership Education and Development program, colloquially known as LEAD. No other...

Dean search committee gets down to business

Joe Kvartunas

September 3, 2013

Interim Provost Margaret Callahan announced last week that a search committee was formed to find the next dean of the College of Business Administration. Mark Eppli has served as interim dean since Linda Salchenberger stepped...

Marquette panel tackles debt crisis

Eric Oliver

April 26, 2012

The Marquette Department of International Business hosted a forum on the European debt crisis Tuesday, the first in what it hopes will be a series of such forums. The event's keynote speaker was Freddy Van den Spiegel, an economic...

AIM undergraduate investors advance to regional competition

Special to the Tribune

March 6, 2012

By Eric Oliver Special to the Tribune Marquette’s Applied Investment Management Team continues its four year local winning streak this April as they advance to the regional competition in New York to compete in the C...

Graduate students win business award

Zach Buchheit

March 3, 2011

A team of students from the Marquette Graduate School of Management won the Association for Corporate Growth Cup for the second year in a row, defeating University of Wisconsin-Madison and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee teams. This...

MU alumnus’ tent company has Olympics covered

Nikita Vilim

February 23, 2010

      For an athlete to reach Olympic status, it takes preparation, drive and a love for the sport. Marquette alumnus Ronald Creten isn't an athlete, but he's been just as determined to excel at the 2010 ...

Tapping into the global market

Kelly White

January 28, 2010

A Marquette education for many students is an opportunity to learn and explore just a few hours away from home. But for some, the journey to Marquette is much farther. It means more than just a degree. It means acclimating t...

Students protest health insurance company CEO

Tim Seeman

September 24, 2009

Marquette University hosted its 10th Annual Business Leaders' Forum Luncheon Tuesday featuring keynote speaker and health insurance company Chief Executive Officer Angela Braly. The event attracted a group of protesters from JUSTIC...