Algren solves mysteries of complex data

Algren solves mysteries of complex data

Zach Algren, a double major in Accounting and Business Intelligence and Analytics, plays with numbers for fun. The Prior Lake, Minn., native decided to major in accounting when he discovered that the coursework came easily to him. “And I thought it would be important...
Alumnus publishes leadership book

Alumnus publishes leadership book

Reinvention is something that executive coach Chuck Bolton ’80 knows about firsthand, and it is the topic of his latest book. In 2000, Bolton transitioned from a 20-year career as a senior executive at one of the world’s largest medical device companies to found The...
Three short-term study abroad programs planned for spring

Three short-term study abroad programs planned for spring

This coming May a total of 35 students will be participating in Saint Mary’s short-term study abroad programs. These programs include an in-class experience during the spring semester and two- to three-week faculty led travel abroad in May. Preston Lawing,...
Students pitch businesses in 90-second contest

Students pitch businesses in 90-second contest

Aspiring young entrepreneurs walked to the front of the room and excitedly acknowledged a small roomful of faculty members, pens poised on score sheets. With a quick head nod and a deep breath, they were given 90 seconds to “sell” the room their business, non-profit,...
MBA students study in Spain

MBA students study in Spain

Offered twice a year, the MBA final course (Strategic Management Capstone) is a rewarding finish for Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota students, particularly those who participate in the annual fall international travel/study component. This fall’s group of nine...