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  • 05/16- Shannon Shaughnessy (left) and Megan Hampson (right), both graduate students at the Chaifetz School of Business, provided business consulting to a locally-owned business as part of their capstone course.

  • The Saint Louis Billiken mascot poses next to the Chaifetz School of Business sign outside of Cook Hall.

    05/09- The Saint Louis University Department of Athletics held the 2022 SLUSPY Awards ceremony on May 4, and a number of students from the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business were honored at the event.

  • For the first time in three years, members of the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business community gathered in person to celebrate the school’s 2022 Excellence Awards.

    05/04- For the first time in three years, members of the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business community gathered in person to celebrate the school's 2022 Excellence Awards.

  • Chalana Scales-Ferguson, J.D.

    04/19- After an extensive search, the Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University has appointed Chalana Scales-Ferguson, J.D., as its first director of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

  • A team of Finance students from the Chaifetz School of Business recently advanced to the regional semifinal round of the 2022 CFA Global Research Challenge.

    04/12- A team of finance students at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University recently advanced to the regional semifinal round of the annual CFA Global Research Challenge.

  • Volunteers from the Chaifetz School of Business and Saint Louis University came out to Promise Christian Academy on April 2, 2022 for a day of service to conclude Mission Meets the Market Week.

    04/05- Students, faculty and staff from the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University recently came together to volunteer in the school's annual Service Day at Promise Christian Academy on April 2.

  • Aerial photo of the Chaifetz School's Cook and Davis Shaughnessy Halls on the campus of Saint Louis University.

    03/29- The Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University has earned high recognition for its graduate business programs in U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Business School” rankings for 2023. The rankings were released today as part of the publication’s annual “America’s Best Graduate Schools” guide.

  • Haley Anderson, a junior at the Chaifetz School studying Entrepreneurship and Marketing with a minor in African American studies, is developing a size-inclusive line of denim jeans for women.

    03/25- Haley Anderson, a junior studying Entrepreneurship and Marketing with a minor in African American Studies, is using her knowledge to further a business idea that would help women feel more empowered and confident.

  • Emina Jusupovic and Ajla Mujkic, currents students in the One-Year MBA program at the Chaifetz School of Business,  recently positions at Deloitte to begin after their graduations in May. 

Jusupovic will be working as an analyst within Deloitte’s government and public services sector, while Mujkic is set to begin as an applications and program analyst at Deloitte’s St. Louis office, where she will be working with clients across multiple industries.

    03/14- Emina Jusupovic and Ajla Mujkic, two current students in the One-Year MBA program at the Chaifetz School of Business, recently accepted positions at Deloitte that will begin after their graduations in May. Jusupovic will be working as an analyst within Deloitte’s government and public services sector, while Mujkic is set to begin as an applications and program analyst at Deloitte’s St. Louis office, where she will be working with clients across multiple industries.

  • 03/04- Emma Alexander, a junior at Saint Louis University, is spending her time abroad not only enjoying the sights and sounds of Belgium, but also working as an intern for the European Cooperative for Rural Development (EUCORD). The Brussels-based nonprofit organization offers farmers in developing countries financial and technological aid to allow for larger crop growth and compete with commercial farm rates and outputs.

  • Students in the Applied Portfolio Management course pose for a group photo outside of the Edward Jones Data Analytics Lab

    02/28- Two teams of finance students from the Chaifetz School of Business recently placed first and second at the sub-regional round of the annual CFA Institute Research Challenge in February. The winning team consisted of Madelyn Pulver, Saikushal Marri and Jacob Dowell. The runner-up team consisted of Zoe Pezold, Alvin Vojka and Oscar Alvarez. Associate Professor Tom Doellman and Department Chair and Professor Naresh Bansal served as faculty mentors for the two teams.

  • Maddy Joplin stands in front of the glass surrounding the ice rink at Enterprise Center, the home of the St. Louis Blues hockey team

    02/14- Maddy Joplin, a senior at the Chaifetz School of Business majoring in Marketing, is spending her final year at Saint Louis University working as a social media intern for the St. Louis Blues hockey team.

  • Saint Louis University students Rio Pimentel, Lindsey Teague and Constantin Heider pose for a photo in front of the Chaifetz School shield

    02/08- A team of graduate students from the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business recently took home third place in Texas Christian University's annual Graduate Supply Chain Case Competition.

  • Alexander Dixon, a recent graduate of the One-Year MBA program at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, is now an Assistant Brand Manager at The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company.

    02/02- Alexander Dixon, a recent graduate of the One-Year MBA program at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, is now an Assistant Brand Manager at The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company.

  • Jintong Tang, Mary Louise Murray Endowed Professor of Management at the Chaifetz School of Business, has published new research in the Journal of Business Venturing focusing on linguistic time reference as an institutional factor on new business ventures.

    01/31- Jintong Tang, Mary Louise Murray Endowed Professor of Management at the Chaifetz School of Business, has published new research in the Journal of Business Venturing focusing on linguistic time reference as an institutional factor on new business ventures.

  • Aerial photo of the iconic clock tower and surrounding fountain on the campus of Saint Louis University, just outside the Chaifetz School of Business.

    01/27- The Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University has again been recognized by Poets&Quants for Undergrads as one of the top undergraduate business schools in the country. SLU ranked No. 71 overall in the nation, No. 71 for career outcomes and No. 73 for alumni experience in the 2022 rankings released on January 27.

  • Tamika Mitchell, Chaifetz Expert in Residence for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    12/07- As part of its ongoing effort to provide students with innovative and impactful educational opportunities, Saint Louis University's Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business has launched a new Expert in Residence (XIR) Program to bring subject matter experts from the field into the school to share their expertise with students, faculty and staff. Chaifetz School Alumni Tamika Mitchell (Finance, '05; MBA/MHA, '08) will serve as the program's first expert in residence with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.

  • Elyse Lewandowski interned with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in the Financial Management and Procurement sector.

    11/01- Elyse Lewandowski, a senior majoring in Finance and minoring in International Business and Data Analytics, spent her summer interning with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis--one of 12 regional Reserve Banks. She worked under the Financial Management and Procurement sector, and will continue her internship throughout the fall semester.

  • Dr. Patricia Bagsby

    10/26- Dr. Patricia Bagsby, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management and Medart Endowed Chair in Family Business at the Chaifetz School of Business, has been named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’ list for 2021. The annual list, which will be published in the Nov. 19 issue of the Business Journal, recognizes 40 emerging St. Louis-area business leaders under the age of 40 who are highly engaged with the St. Louis community.

  • Students at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University met with recruiters from dozens of top companies on September 29 as part of Chaifetz Career Day.

    10/25- Students at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University met with recruiters from dozens of top companies on September 29 as part of Chaifetz Career Day.

  • Savannah Nichols

    10/07- Savannah Nichols officially graduated with her MBA in May 2021 and is grateful she pursued it immediately after finishing her undergraduate degree. She said that although some people might benefit from taking time to join the workforce, she appreciated gaining the necessary knowledge needed to pursue her career goals before entering the workforce.

  • 10/04- The Chaifetz School of Business continued its commitment to innovation in May 2021 when the school bestowed inaugural awards as part of a new Curriculum Innovation Grant program established by Edward Jones Dean Barnali Gupta.

  • Brad Carlson, Ph.D. and James J. Pierson Chair in Marketing teaches a class in the Chaifetz School's Ph.D. in International Business and Marketing Program.

    09/22- New research from Brad Carlson, professor and James J. Pierson Chair in Marketing, and two recent alumni of the Chaifetz School's Ph.D. program in International Business and Marketing, Clark Johnson (CSB, '20) and Brittney Bauer (CSB, '19), may have important implications for companies engaged in corporate political activities. The study "Constituency building: Determining consumers' willingness to participate in corporate political activities" was accepted for publication this June and is forthcoming in the International Journal of Research in Marketing.

  • Students walk through the Saint Louis University archway at the entrance to campus just outside the Chaifetz School of Business' Cook Hall.

    09/14- The Chaifetz School of Business at Saint Louis University has again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a top university for undergraduate business programs. The school moved up in rankings for entrepreneurship (No.17) and finance (No. 38), and maintained a top 20 national ranking (No. 16) for international business in the 2022 rankings. The Chaifetz School also remained nationally ranked (No. 106) on the list of overall undergraduate business schools.

  • One-Year MBA graduate Cassidy Manns poses for a photo with her gap and honors regalia in front of the Clock Tower fountains with SLU President Fred Pestello, Ph.D.

    08/10- A little over a year ago, Cassidy Manns was working as a consultant at Cerner Corporation in Kansas City. Though she was gaining valuable experience, she was ready to expand her capabilities in the world of management consulting, motivated to solve a variety of different industry and business problems, which was what led her to the Chaifetz School of Business' One-Year MBA Program.