MBA student Cristina Markiewicz is a perfect example of CLU student commitment to making a difference. Like many graduate students, Markiewicz has successfully balanced a career and college responsibilities. But Markiewicz is also a volunteer.
On April 24th, California Lutheran University hosted the sixth annual Festival of Scholars, where CLU’s best and brightest presented their research, creative work, and investigative projects.
In the inaugural post for our new series, International Perspectives, CLU Adjunct Professor Teri Thompson shares her professional background and her experiences teaching Marketing Theory to MBA students in Graz, Austria.
On Thursday, March 29, California Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting (CERF) Executive Director Bill Watkins will present CERF’s 2012 Ventura County Economic Forecast at two venues across Ventura County.
On February 2, California Lutheran University will be hosting a Corporate Leaders Breakfast featuring keynote speaker, Angel Martinez. Martinez will be discussing how business executives can develop vision and culture within their own companies.
In the Winter 2011 term, Dr. Gerhard Apfelthaler presented a special topics course on global social entrepreneurship. Working with CURE Pharmaceutical, students were tasked with analyzing ways to facilitate pharmaceutical distribution within disadvantaged regions.