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Ed Rapp from @CaterpillarInc reflects on how a learning mentality never stops in the workplace: http://bit.ly/ERspeakerseries
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Congratulations on your President’s “E” Award for Export Services. Your work with U.S. exporters is notable. Way to Go!
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Rodger Riney, #MIZBIZ alum & founder of @scottrade discusses the elements that he looks for in successful employees: http://bit.ly/RRspeakerseries
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Dave Haffner, CEO of Leggett & Platt, shares insights on how #MIZBIZ students can make the most of their education http://bit.ly/DavidHaffner
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#MIZBIZ alum José Gutiérrez of @ATT shares his golden rule: don’t defeat yourself before you start. http://bit.ly/JGspeakerseries
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James White of @JambaJuice shares his insights on the importance of diverse teams in the workplace: http://bit.ly/JambaJamesW
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#MIZBIZ Professor Marsha Richins’ research on material parenting featured in @NYTMotherlode http://bit.ly/RichinsNYT #wellshowyou IMPACT
Does dangling goods in front of children as a reward for good behavior or yanking them away as a form of punishment contribute to materialism when those kids grow up?
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Professor Marsha Richins’ research on materialism and product-evoked emotions was recently cited in the Seattle Times. Read it here: http://bit.ly/STRichins #proud #mizzoumade
For many of us — especially baby boomers — stuff has become a burden too heavy to carry alone. Parents die, and suddenly there’s a whole other household of stuff to deal with.
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Two studies by Professor Marsha Richins – one on credit use and the other on materialism – were cited in Forbes. Read more here: http://bit.ly/RichinsForbes #WELLSHOWYOU IMPACTFUL RESEARCH
I was a freshman in the New York University bookstore, browsing what I'd need for the first semester, and American Express had set up a table with some friendly folks who were determined to get customers. There was a new card—Optima, they called it—and on the application, I could check [...]
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Curious about a future career in Risk Management & Insurance? Attend the Risk Management and Insurance Career Day on March 9: http://bit.ly/RMIcareerday
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Steve Trulaske shares how he balances maintaining legacy & driving innovation at True Manufacturing. http://bit.ly/STspeakerseries
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Jean McKenzie of @American_Girl & @Mattel shares with @JoanGabel the importance of students taking initiative: http://bit.ly/JMspeakerseries
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Gerry Lopez of @AMCTheatres discusses the importance of continuing intellectual curiousity after college: http://bit.ly/GLspeakerseries
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MIZZOU MEANS BUSINESS:

  • 4000+ Business Students
  • BS BA, MBA, 150-hour accountancy, and PhD degree programs
  • AACSB-International Accreditation
  • Over 1,000 degrees awarded annually
  • 200+ speakers annually
  • Highest ranked public MBA program in Missouri
  • Highest first-time pass rate on the CPA exam in Missouri
  • $1,000,000 in scholarships awarded annually
  • 2nd largest academic division at Mizzou
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