Loyola University New Orleans MBA students, Jessica Cremer and Emily Jones, and undergraduate, Dwight Davison, took second place on Saturday, March 16, at Louisiana’s Third Annual ACG Cup.
Six Loyola University New Orleans MBA students will put their enterprising skills to the test when they team up with a local company to market a device that suppresses ocean wave action. It could potentially provide land restoration along the shore of Louisiana’s already depleted coastline.
The top-notch competition contains: Columbia University, Dartmouth University, Yale University, Duke University and Harvard University for the top spot.
This year, the impressive roster includes Columbia, Dartmouth, Yale, Loyola, Duke, and Harvard.
In a little more than a year, Loyola University New Orleans M.B.A. students have gone from pro-bono advisers to voting members of an organization that decides how and where to invest more than $3 million dollars in local startup companies.
The Princeton Review has nominated the Loyola MBA Program and the College of Business to renew its place among the Princeton Review's Best Business Schools.
Loyola University New Orleans staffer Georgia McBride ’06 has a passion for service. As a career development coordinator for the university, her job is to help students find jobs that send them on their career paths to become productive members of society.
Loyola MBA students showcase team project plans for the Project Management Institute
Local microbrewery NOLA Brewing and a team of Loyola University New Orleans M.B.A. students worked together to steer the three-year-old company in the right direction for a new bottle processing system.