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Prof. Mike Hewitt is presenting on supply chain management at leading Europe universities during his sabbatical.
Connie L. Lindsey, head of Northern Trust’s global corporate social responsibility efforts, spoke to students about her career and the need to tie CSR to financial metrics.
She was the first speaker in a new conversation series sponsored by Quinlan’s Baumhart Center. More: http://bit.ly/2smrNCq
Attend the Spring Career and Networking Fair on 2/21 & 2/22 to network with top companies!
Wishing you a happy Valentine's Day! Make sure to pick up some flowers from the International Business Society's flower sales in the Schreiber Center lobby today!
Our graduate marketing students spent two weeks traveling through Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand with Prof. Clifford Shultz. Read about their life-changing class: http://bit.ly/2Eqt7sy
Join Gina McCarthy, former head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Seth Green of Quinlan's Baumhart Center, at the annual Climate Change Conference on March 15 and 16. More: http://bit.ly/2DEE5ui
Congratulations to Jenny Nolasco and Jonathan Bello, students of Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago!
They received scholarships from our Business Leadership Hub, last fall, for their values-based leadership. About the Hub: http://bit.ly/2skARYc
Struggling with a toxic work environment?
Doug Albregts, president & CEO at Sharp Electronics America, addressed Quinlan students at last week's Marketing Talent Expo.
Albregts writes, "Big shout-out to my MBA alma mater, Loyola Chicago, for welcoming me to speak at the Quinlan School of Business! This school is delivering the best socially responsible business leaders of the future."
Next Monday, join us for a panel discussion with leaders from diverse industries on navigating their experiences as Professionals of Color. RSVP: http://bit.ly/2rR7qNd
Don't forget to look up! Have you noticed the quote by alumnus Michael R. Quinlan, the namesake of the Quinlan School of Business and McDonald's former president and CEO, installed in the Schreiber Center last spring?
“The trouble is what has been happening on the field, as well as off the field,” said our Sara Gramata about the NFL on CGTN America. "So while it is down and it hurts, there is still a lot of demand out there."
Watch the interview: http://bit.ly/2s3qbNL
With football's biggest game this weekend, Sara Gramata, executive lecturer in marketing, discusses this year’s new marketing trends and how controversies could affect the championship game.