Centers and Institutes

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Pitch competition rewards new ‘way’ to pay restaurants

The Pillsbury Institute’s pitch competition awarded top prizes to undergraduates in SHA, Dyson, and ILR and a grad student in the MMH program.

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Renewables are the future: Sustainable infrastructure and technology are how we get there

Frank Nicklaus, MBA ’12 and partner at Greentech, discussed the future of renewable energy as part of SGE’s Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise series.

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Roundtable Recap: CHILER, hospitality leaders discuss wages, harassment, and immigration

CIHLER and industry participants discussed current issues related to hospitality labor and employment relations at the Nashville Regional Roundtable.

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Selling Unilever products in rural Pakistan while empowering women entrepreneurs

Mahrusah Zahin, MPA ’20 (CHE), an EMI Fellow, reflects on her time in Pakistan with the Rural Support Programmes Network and women leaders in their communities.

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Andrew Quagliata teaches aspiring entrepreneurs the art of communication

Andrew Quagliata teaches aspiring entrepreneurs communication skills that can help boost their careers and bring success to other areas of their lives, too.

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Innovation in China: A sneak peek at the future

Johnson alum German Peralta, MBA ’17, reflects on his 2015 trip to China and compares the country’s growth to emerging markets in Latin America.

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Investigating the business of recycling and its carbon footprint

Social Impact Internship Fund (SIIF) recipient, Nikunj Raithatha, reflects on the impact of his summer internship and his client’s carbon footprint.

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Student takeaways: Undergraduate Women in Investing Conference

At the Women in Investing Conference, hosted by the Parker Center for Investment Research, women undergraduates explored careers in investment management.

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The United States lags behind China in adopting mobile payments

Mobile payments dominate in China. The United States lags behind and remains loyal to traditional payment methods. Will we catch up?