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Two Trulaske teams make top three in Mizzou EQ, advance to UM System finals

Two of the top three winning pitches at the 2020 Mizzou Entrepreneur Quest finals included students from the Trulaske College of Business.

Seven undergrads receive annual Trulaske leadership awards

Seven undergraduates were recognized with this year's Trulaske student honors.

Paying it forward: Trulaske alumna creates scholarship for kindness

The business world is no stranger to buzzwords or jargon. As current and future leaders of industry...

FRI welcomes new leadership

Sarah B. Kent joined the Trulaske College of Business in March as the new vice director of the Financial Research Institute (FRI).

Trulaske advisor, 10 students recognized at annual state collegiate DECA conference

Ten Trulaske College of Business students and their advisor received awards at the annual state career development conference for the Collegiate DECA Missouri Association, held February 27-28, 2020, in Lake Ozark, Missouri.

Annual diversity conference hosts 120 students, 23 companies

The Diverse Student Association and the Trulaske College of Business hosted 120 students and 23 employers at the annual Bottom Line for Diversity Conference February 21 on the University of Missouri campus.

Allen Angel fund seeks to finalize deals with new investment ventures

During Fall 2019, the Allen Angel Capital Education Fund (AACE) evaluated around 70 companies and...

Five Trulaske entrepreneur teams advance to Mizzou EQ finals

The Trulaske College of Business has wide representation at the second Entrepreneur Quest (EQ) Student Accelerator program pitch competition, with five of the 11 advancing teams including Trulaske students.

Ross Appointed Chair of the Trulaske Department of Management

The Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business is pleased to announce that Dr. Anthony Ross, the Leggett & Platt Missouri Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, has been appointed as chair of the Department of Management.

Corporate partnership brings real-world data to marketing students

A partnership between Anheuser Busch and one marketing professor’s class provided students with real-world data to learn the ins and outs of retail procurement.