- Chaifetz School Undergraduate Programs Nationally Ranked in 2022 Best Colleges Guide from U.S. News & World Report
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.
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.
07/28- Associate professor Katie Kelting and four alumni of the Chaifetz School’s Ph.D. in International Business and Marketing program—Clark Johnson (May ‘20), Brittney Bauer (‘19), Nicolas Jankuhn (‘21) and Woojong Sim (‘21)—have collaborated on new research about the impact that mailing address has on consumer perceptions and evaluations of a business. The article was first published in the May 2021 issue of the Journal of Business Research.
07/01- Since graduating in May, recent Chaifetz School of Business alumnus Henry Matus has turned his attention full-time to Bark n Sniff, LLC as CEO for the startup. The pet nutritional supplement company he developed as an undergraduate at Saint Louis University officially launched July 1. Matus, the Chaifetz School's 2021 Outstanding Senior in Entrepreneurship and former Executive VP of the SLU Entrepreneurs’ Club, says entrepreneurship has always come natural to him.
06/08- Bidisha Chakrabarty, Ph.D., Edward Jones Endowed Professor and Chair of the Department of Finance at the Chaifetz School of Business, has been recognized by the Fellows of the Academy of Management and the Community for Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) with its 2021 Award for Responsible Research in Management. Chakrabarty and her colleagues were selected for their research on the impact of CFO gender on financial misreporting in U.S. firms.
06/03- On June 1, students in the Chaifetz School's One-Year MBA class of 2022 began coursework in the school's nationally ranked full-time MBA program. With 49 students from across the country and around the world, the record-breaking class marks the largest and most diverse group of students in the program's history.
05/13- Chaifetz School of Business alum Bob Lattinville (CSB '87) of WME agency and Steve Burkowitz of USA Today have partnered to create a comprehensive database of NCAA coaches' salaries and portfolios. This work has brought on the help of four SLU student interns, all interested in sports business: seniors Rebecca Duttlinger and Tyler Myers, junior Matthew Kowalski and sophomore Grace Schott.
05/12- On May 7, the Chaifetz School of Business community gathered virtually to honor the accomplishments of graduating students, faculty, staff and alumni at its 2021 Excellence Awards Ceremony. The annual event recognizes scholarship, campus and community involvement, excellence in teaching and research and achievements of alumni to highlight the collective impact of the Chaifetz School community.
04/30- The Chaifetz School is seeking applicants for its Ignatian Service Fellowship, which offers a generous scholarship and paid internship to students committed to serving their communities. One fellow reflects on her path from Jesuit Volunteer to Saint Louis University MBA student.
04/12- On April 10, the Chaifetz School's Service Leadership Program hosted a day of service at Historic Greenwood Cemetery. Previously, Service Day has only been open to students of the Chaifetz School of Business, but this year, all interested SLU students, faculty and staff were invited to participate.
04/08- The Chaifetz School's Center for Entrepreneurship will host its first Virtual Entrepreneurship Week from April 12-16. The five days of virtual events will be split up into a series of networking opportunities and two competitions, giving students the chance to apply their skills and learn from professionals.
04/01- It is my great pleasure to connect with the Chaifetz School community for the first time in my tenure as Edward Jones Dean. I have thoroughly enjoyed these first few months as dean, and I look forward to continuing building relationships with our students, alumni and friends, who never fail to impress with their hard work and ingenuity.
03/30- The Chaifetz School of Business has five graduate rankings in the latest "Best Business School Rankings" from U.S. News & World Report. The 2022 rankings were released today as part of U.S. News's annual "America's Best Graduate Schools" guide.
03/24- The Chaifetz School's unique One-Year MBA (OYMBA) program includes a business analytics practicum integrated into the curriculum that gives students real-world experience applying the data analytics skills they've learned in the program to a real-world consulting project. In 2021, the Chaifetz School partnered with the St. Louis Aquarium Foundation for one practicum project to help the foundation understand how visitors interact with exhibits in its Conservation and Education Center.
03/01- Chaifetz School alum Cal Weinhold, who graduated from the One-Year MBA (OYMBA) program in 2018, began his career with UNCOMN while he was still a SLU student. Three years later, Weinhold's experience "came full circle" when he hired a OYMBA student to be part of his team.
02/17- The Chaifetz School's Applied Portfolio Management course offers finance students the unique opportunity to manage investment decisions for a portfolio of more than $1.7 million of university endowment funds. Students conduct financial research and pitch investment opportunities to one another as part of the fall course, and, as of last semester, receive personal mentorship from top finance professionals in the area.
02/02- The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business announced today the Chaifetz School’s accreditation in business and supplemental accreditation in accounting have been extended for another five years through 2026. The announcement follows a rigorous peer review and virtual site visit from deans and associate deans of fellow AACSB-accredited institutions which recommended the Chaifetz School’s accreditation extension.
01/13- The start of 2021 marked the official appointment of Barnali Gupta, Ph.D., as Edward Jones Dean of the Chaifetz School of Business. In the role, Gupta will provide leadership for Saint Louis University's nationally ranked business school which saw strong graduate enrollment growth, an uninterrupted fall semester of on-campus and hybrid course delivery and reaccreditation by the Association to Advance Colleges and Schools of Business in 2020.
01/05- Chaifetz School of Business graduate and Greetabl founder Joe Fischer (CSB '04) discusses his path from SLU to founding his own company.
12/15- The Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business offers a strong data analytics focus in both its undergraduate and graduate programs to prepare students for successful careers in today's business environment. Trevor Halliburton, a Chaifetz School senior, discusses his current internship with Boeing and offers advice for students looking to pursue a similar path.
11/24- We connected with Abby Kwon for a Q&A during which she shared about her most recent internship as a remote graphic designer for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and offered advice for other students looking to pursue a career in graphic design.
11/16- Incredibly, we find ourselves nearing the end of our Fall 2020 semester. In just a few weeks, our students will take their final exams and complete the semester. Our students, faculty and staff have shown extraordinary compassion and responsibility in these past few months: While COVID-19 cases have drastically increased around the country, our SLU community has managed to hold in-person classes for the entire semester, which is no small feat.
11/16- The rise of the COVID-19 pandemic introduced unique challenges to entrepreneurs, making the already laborious prospect of founding a company--securing investors, attracting quality employees, growing a customer base--even more daunting. But Mission Control is no ordinary startup.
11/16- Rob Boyle, professor and Assistant Dean at SLU's Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, discusses student resilience and flexibility during the unprecedented fall 2020 semester.
10/27- Dr. Jerome Katz, professor and Robert H. Brockhaus Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship at the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, offers pandemic-friendly tips for business owners.