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In his apartment, Pleasant Radford Jr. ’14 MBA is surrounded by a grid of streets making Minneapolis full of possibilities and opportunity, but also remnants of trauma. After the murder of George Floyd, Radford will never forget the moment those same streets became the symbol of residing injustice. An optimist, Radford hoped the trauma could… The post Podcast Advances Health Equity in the Midwest appeared first on Newsroom | University of St. Thomas.
The Melrose and The Toro Company Center for Principled Leadership at the Opus College of Business continues to elevate faculty whose research drives positive societal impact through principled leadership. The center’s Principled Leadership Research Fellowship research benefits academia, industry and the broader business community. The 2022 inaugural fellowship recipients, Chad Brinsfield, PhD; Ameeta Jaiswal-Dale, PhD;… The post Melrose Toro Center Research Fellows Make a Societal Impact appeared first on Newsroom | University of St. Thomas.
When a personally addressed email from U.S. Bank CEO Andy Cecere arrived in DeAmonte Block’s inbox his second month at his new job as an internal auditor at the bank, Block couldn’t believe it. “I was very surprised,” Block said. “I thought it was spam.” Although there are many CEOs who send well-crafted welcome messages… The post Paying It Forward: How U.S. Bank CEO Andy Cecere ’82 Leads With Compassion appeared first on Newsroom | University of St. Thomas.
When Netflix called, Dan Buettner ’83 was ready for the opportunity. The streaming service’s VP of documentary series had been following Buettner’s research into “Blue Zones,” geographic areas with lower rates of chronic diseases and a longer life expectancy. He thought the topic would make an excellent Netflix series. Buettner and his documentary crew traveled… The post Tommies on TV: Journey to a Healthier World appeared first on Newsroom | University of St. Thomas.