Camp Trulaske has been happening for 3 years, and the number of students participating has increased each year.
In the past, the school has also achieved multiple honors for teaching excellence including multiple William T.Kemper Awards for Teaching Excellence, the 2007 Governor’s Award and the 2010 Provost’s Award.
Vinzé: “I am looking forward to an interesting and exciting journey together.”
According to independent consultants, 40 percent of each of MU’s 41 buildings needs to be repaired.
Candidates took turns visiting MU’s campus for forums with administrators, faculty, staff and students over a two-week period.
Since 2015, State Farm has donated a total of $520,600 to MU’s fundraising campaign.
The conference educated students on the opportunities and challenges of diversity in the workplace.
Dean Joan Gabel rebranded the Business school and helped launch the execMBA program.
More than $1 million was gifted to the school to fund the risk management and insurance program.
The College of Business turns 100 in 2014, but celebrations will begin this Homecoming.
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Veterans United Home Loans and Trulaske College of Business helped to finance the trip.