Mark Strom — February 7, 2019
our faith-based Biola education targets what I believe is the single biggest workplace skill gap, leadership.
Karissa Le — February 7, 2019
“An MBA and graphic design? What are you going to do with that?!”
Gary Lindblad — February 6, 2019
We believe the Crowell School of Business is a place where God’s story and our story meet in significant ways.
Robert Harp — February 4, 2019
The first place team will receive $15,000 and a $10,000 pro-bono legal package provided by sponsor Brown & Streza. The 2nd and 3rd place teams will receive $7,500 and $5,000 respectively.
Robert Harp — November 15, 2018
In addition to cash prizes of $27,500, Brown & Streza LLP offers the 1st place team a pro-bono legal package valued at $10,000.
Robert Harp — October 25, 2018
In September 2015, the Crowell School of Business at Biola University launched the Biola Startup Competition
Jake Aguas — September 24, 2018
Over the last century, the economic, social, technical, and political climates have had no choice but to react
Mike Welles — September 5, 2018
My giftedness is in leadership and administration
Gary Lindblad — May 4, 2018
A Conceptual Framework of Wisdom for Sustainable Business Impact
Shane Enete — March 27, 2018
At the heart of good, moral business is the desire to share — share your passions and talents for the benefit of the community, with a servant’s heart.
Steven Meilicke — March 16, 2018
In my junior year at Biola I developed a real interest in business. I felt a bit guilty at first, thinking I would be selling out if I didn’t follow through with my “calling” to be a youth pastor.
Clarissa Rusli — March 16, 2018
Long story short, a friend I met during Crowell Business School’s 2015 China Trip introduced me to the CEO and Co-Founder of Shokay, who happened to be in need of a graphic designer.
Juan Castro — March 8, 2018
Is inflation coming?
Elaine Fung, Ashley Moschetti — February 6, 2018
He shared a story of an entrepreneur salad maker.
Jake Aguas — December 1, 2017
“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care” – Theodore Roosevelt
Philip Woodward — November 30, 2017
What do you enjoy most about teaching?
Juan Castro — November 27, 2017
I still remember the first time I was able to send money to my mother back in Honduras.
Jeff McHugh — October 15, 2017
Amazon and Albertsons with their recent acquisitions
Colby Gilmore — October 12, 2017
Colby Gilmore is a Financial Planner for the Private Wealth division of Ronald Blue Trust.
Jordan Terranova — October 12, 2017
Our mission is to unite kids around the world through the power of story and education.
Amanda Coox — September 21, 2017
What is your current position and role at Apple? What interests you about this industry? I am a DevOps Engineer and Technical Project Manager on...
David Bourgeois — September 12, 2017
1. What do you enjoy most about teaching? To me, the best part of teaching occurs when the students are motivated to learn. As I have taught at...
David Bourgeois — August 31, 2017
Biola University and the Crowell School of Business are excited to announce the launch of a new online business degree beginning this fall. This...
Jim Canning — August 31, 2017
When I was growing up in the 1940’s and ‘50’s, most churches and other ministries were small and not very complex. Much of the work was done by...
David Bourgeois — August 11, 2017
Evan Baer, a serial entrepreneur and author of Get Backed, was asked the question during a panel on raising capital, “Where is the best place to...
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