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The University of Arizona Office of Economic Development will release the Regional Economic Indicators: Arizona-Sonora Region 2001 report on Thursday, Dec. 6, at a special 8 a.m. breakfast presentation at the University Marriott.
The weekly newspaper's fourth annual survey of MBA programs includes the UA and two dozen other schools, now listed alphabetically instead of by rank. The Eller School was included for its emphasis on information technology and savvy grads.
The program is up from last year's number 16 ranking among small business schools where the cost of tuition is less than $95,000 for two years.
The program, run since 1964, is designed for middle to upper level managers en-route to senior executive positions. Participants will hear from keynote speaker and UA head basketball coach Lute Olson, and learn how to become more effective leaders, value creators and collaborative learners who contribute to their organizations' bottom lines.
Taking patentable ideas and technology from University of Arizona classrooms and laboratories to the marketplace is an important expression of the University's mission of research and education.
The Eller College of Business and Public Administration is offering a back-to-business-basics course that delivers a concise, targeted and personal learning experience needed to gain the skills necessary for success.
The H.N. & Frances C. Berger Entrepreneurship Program, housed in the UA's Karl Eller Center at the Eller College of Business and Public Administration, has been named one of five national winners of the prestigious NASDAQ Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence Award.
The Arizona Substance Abuse Consortium for Knowledge Exchange and Research announces its Second Annual Summer Institute Aug. 2-4 in Pinetop, Ariz.
The Eller Center is solving two problems - offering actual business situation internships to students and providing them to new companies that don't have the money for extra help.
Voters may be ready but are technology and the law? A new study shows more people would have voted in the 2000 presidential election if the Internet had been a voting option, and the additional votes would have given Americans a clear-cut winner.