What started as an assignment for a business school class is now a fledgling streaming platform.
Displayed on the home page of Xi’an Famous Foods’ website are mouthwatering images of hand-ripped noodles, spicy dumplings and brimming bowls of soup. Behind the pretty pictures, however, lies the father-son duo who put in years of hard work.
Michael McLaughlin, an accounting lecturer known for his unconventional teaching methods and strong bonds with his students, will leave Washington University for Illinois Wesleyan University next year.
Professors across Washington University were required to declare by Nov. 6 whether they will conduct their classes online, hybrid or in-person for the spring 2021 semester.
As I am “waiting for the host to start this meeting,” I am preparing for an interview.
Students put together an online petition last week calling on all academic departments of Washington University to allow students, both undergraduate and graduate, to opt into any class pass-fail with few restrictions and to count those courses toward major, minor and graduation requirements, or for students to choose to keep a letter grade.
Olin Business School’s full-time MBA program was named as the 2019 MBA Program of the Year by Poets&Quants, a distinguished business journal, Jan. 14.
The Wednesday morning subsection of Lecturer Michael McLaughlin’s Accounting 2026 class was treated to a performative spectacle, this time in the form of a professional magician.
To increase class participation, Accounting Lecturer Michael McLaughlin treated students in the 2:30 p.m. section of his Principles of Managerial Accounting class to a juggling performance, Nov. 14.
When we think of the world of business, what comes to mind? Innovation, networking, maybe competition; but what about hospitality?
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