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Notes from an FBSI Grad: Ben Juday

Notes from an FBSI Grad: Ben Juday

Why did you enroll in FBSI? 

I enrolled in FBSI to increase my level of understanding of the complex world of family business governance.  My family was going thru a leadership transition at the time and I needed to increase my understanding of best practices so I could be a high level contributor.

What module was most […]

Gini in a Bottle: 2018 Summer Book Bag

Gini in a Bottle: 2018 Summer Book Bag

Summer is almost upon us! That means a change in the seasons, vacation plans, and compiling a list of books to read on the beach, on a plane or just in the backyard. Every summer I offer a few of my favorites for your perusal and consideration. If you don’t like this summer selections check […]

Notes from an NGLI Graduate: Nick Perrino

Notes from an NGLI Graduate: Nick Perrino

09.24.15. Chicago IL. Loyola U FBC Next gen social @ Goose Island pub. Photo by Glenn Kaupert, © 2015.

We chatted with Nick Perrino (Home Run Inn) recently about his experience in the Next Generation Leadership Institute.  Check out what he had to say and learn more about how you can enroll here.  Our kick-off […]

Loyola and the Final Four

As we prepare for the Final Four game, which everybody at Loyola hopes we win, we should remember two things — regardless of the outcome this coming weekend.

First, while Loyola won the NCAA tournament in 1963, it was also a victory for racial justice and integration. Not to be forgotten is that Loyola was banned […]

Quinlan Ramble – Final Reflection

Christina Villarreal ’19
Supply Chain Management and Information Systems

In retrospect, I reflect on the positive experiences I had as a student, professional, and a tourist with peers, professionals and the city. As a student double majoring in Supply Chain Management and Information Systems, it was an eye-opening experience to see how the material we learn in […]

Old Age Ain’t No Place for Sissies!

Old Age Ain’t No Place for Sissies!

 

Blogs are theoretically supposed to be well reasoned tightly constructed, personalized essays on a specific matter or topic. I think the bulk of my blogs over the years have conformed to this paradigm.

This time, however, I want to offer you something slightly different.

What I’m posting here is the script that I prepared for a radio […]

Quinlan Ramble – Final Reflection

Quinlan Ramble – Final Reflection

Rotluangpuii Ralte, ’18
Marketing & Finance

Saying goodbye to Seattle… and leaving with a fresh mind and new relationships.

The Quinlan Ramble to Seattle has finally come to an end, and I definitely got more out of it than I had ever hoped for. It was sincerely a transformative and enriching experience. I was able to build connections […]

Quinlan Ramble – Final Reflection

Reginald Bailey ’19
Economics/Information Systems

The Quinlan Ramble was an eye-opening experience for me not just as a Quinlan student, but as a student of Loyola as a whole. I was able to make 16 new friends in the matter of hours and that connection will last beyond the Ramble and our undergraduate careers. I am incredibly […]

Quinlan Ramble – Final Reflection

Benjamin Bissell ’18
Marketing\Advertising and Public Relations

As I look back and reflect on my time in Seattle on the Quinlan Ramble, I feel a mix of emotions that I have a hard time putting into words. When I applied for this program, I thought I was going to be on a trip that consisted of long […]

Quinlan Ramble Reflection – Day 7

Daryn Robinson ’18
Marketing

As I look out my Hyatt Place Hotel window to the peaceful waters of Puget Sound, I think about how water connects human beings geographically throughout the world, and how nutrients and resources from the ocean fuel our lives. It made me think about our company visit to Global Seas LLC today, which […]