February 2011 Archives
New research from Kathleen Vohs found the perception of negative stereotyping, particularly in the areas of financial services and automobile sales and service, can deter consumer purchases.
Mark Addicks to deliver, "Marketing to Trends: Millennials, Hispanics and Boomers," on March 22.
Steve Parente speaks with the Wall Street Journal on errors in medical bills.
Study also finds scent of vanilla can create reassurance in the transaction.
Will discuss lessons learned in the development of "Entrepreneurial Design for Extreme Affordability," on March 11.
Will assume the deanship at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business effective August 22nd.
Steve Parente interviewed in February 12th Star Tribune.
Entrepreneurship in Action class helps open doors for undergraduate student-led businesses.
Discusses offering alternatives to health care mandate.
Stephen J. Hemsley will speak on the evolution of a business, March 1, 2011.
The national program helps students sharpen their vision of how they'd like to see positive change in their community and world.
John Geisler, corporate vice president, to speak on April 5, 2011.
Minnesota Daily - 2/2/11
Founded at the Carlson School in 2003, Students Today Leaders Forever, a student leadership group committed to action and innovative solutions for social change, now has a presence in 12 states.