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Unique Aspects of LSBE's Building

March 11, 2013

Though the building of the Labovitz School of Business and Economics was built five years ago, we're still extremely proud of it.
Kjell Knudsen

Dean Kjell R. Knudsen Leaves Legacy

March 5, 2013

Thirty-four years, accreditation, support for area businesses, a new building, student and faculty success. Those who can, change the... more
2013 CFA competition

CFA Institute Research Challenge

February 22, 2013

Five students in the LSBE Financial Markets program participated in the CFA Institute Research Challenge in early February in Minneapolis.

Pre-Doc Perspectives

February 21, 2013

UMD continues to take great strides in institutionalizing equity and diversity as core values, including the second year of the Pre-... more

UMD Supports Undergraduate Research Activities

February 8, 2013

In every discipline, UMD supports undergraduate students who work with a faculty member on research. In fact, UMD pays the student for... more
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Your Passport to Professional Success

January 25, 2013

The Passport to Professional Accounting Program at LSBE has been a proven success tool for accounting majors, and now it's being expanded... more
Evan Williams

Evan Williams: Making Global Connections

January 2, 2013

Ask Evan Williams where he'll be in ten years and he'll probably laugh. Not because he thinks it's a silly question, but because the past... more
Karen Samela and students

Students Gain Career Insight at Accounting Leadership Conference

December 13, 2012

Active and experiential learning is an important part of the education of LSBE students.
2012 LSBE MBA scholarship recipients

MBA Students Awarded Scholarships

November 30, 2012

The Labovitz School of Business and Economics (LSBE) has presented seven MBA Merit Scholarships for the academic year of 2012-2013 totaling... more
Sports marketing students

LSBE Sports Marketing Class: In the Big Leagues

November 30, 2012

Each year, university marketing students across the country write proposals for "pretend clients" that are quickly forgotten once the class... more


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