The Master of Real Estate Development program at the David Eccles School of Business has always been a unique entity in higher education.
Helena Paulos is an undergraduate Accounting major who will graduate in the spring of 2015. To help get her ready for post-graduation life, she’s working this summer on an internship at Overstock.com. She took the time to answer a few questions from Brianna Koucos, senior career counselor in the Undergraduate Career Management Center, about her experience:
The Lassonde Studios – a new facility being built on the University of Utah campus for student entrepreneurs and innovators to live, create and launch companies – came into the national spotlight this week with a report by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Undergraduate entrepreneurship curriculum at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business has been completely revamped with the launch of the Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Certificate that’s designed for all non-business majors, but also available to all students.
The David Eccles School of Business will welcome an infusion of out-of-state students into the Master of Healthcare Administration and Master of Science in Information Systems programs starting this fall.
It doesn’t take a three-day weekend to get Utahns into the great outdoors.
With many hitting the state’s mountain trails and reservoirs over the July 4 weekend, and Pioneer Day offering another reason to vacation just a couple weeks away, a new survey shows that the majority of Utah citizens participate in outdoor recreation at least once a week, and nearly 90 percent of them say outdoor recreation is very important to them.
Several students are taking business classes in Paris through a summer program sponsored by the David Eccles School of Business, exploring the city, its culture and its business landscape. We’ll be sharing several of their experiences here. We start with student Ashley Teter, who writes about starting the trip, and exploring one of the 20 unique districts making up the French city.
Representatives from Utah-based memory-chip manufacturer IM Flash dropped by the David Eccles School of Business to donate scholarship funds for Operations Management students–just the latest example of the burgeoning partnership between the business school and the joint venture between Intel and Micron located in Lehi, Utah.
The $6 billion-valued IM Flash’s chips are used in all modern networking devices, and the company is responsible for 25 percent of all Utah exports in terms of dollar value.