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MBA Students Create Organizational Change for Sustainability in Fairfield

Organizational Change for Sustainability class is the part of Sustainable MBA capstone project classes, and is followed by Sustainable Community Development class. Both classes are grounded in the notion of planned experiences that are related to work situations. This supports the goal of Sustainable MBA program to create authentic learning opportunities through a curriculum that matters.

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MUM Alumnus Jason Aviles Inspires Maharishi Invincibility Institute Business Students

Maharishi University of Management graduate and small business owner Jason Aviles gave a talk to business students studying at Maharishi Invincibility Institute in early December.

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Executive Director of the United Nations Association for the USA Speaks at MUM

In honor of the United Nation’s 70th Anniversary, the MUM College of Business Administration hosted the executive director of the United Nations Association for the USA, Chris Whatley.

Mr. Whatley gave MUM students a presentation on the history and duties of the UNA.

After giving a presentation on Climate Change and the preventative steps that the UNA are taking, Chris Whatley led a panel discussion. Panelists included: the dean of MUM’s College of Business Administration, Dr. Scott Herriott; Fairfield’s mayor, Ed Malloy; the Executive Director of Harvard’s Environmental...

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MUM: 3rd Best Online Master’s in Business Administration Degree Program 2016

Maharishi University of Management’s Online MBA program has been named the 3rd best online master’s in business administration degree program for 2016.

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An MBA Love Story: Nick Coelho and Shuya Zhang

Sustainable MBA students Nick and Shuya met and fell in love at Maharishi University of Management. Shuya grew up in China and got her undergraduate degree in English studies. Wanting to put her new language skills to the test, she enrolled at MUM. There she met Nick, a New Jerseyan whose hectic past of culinary arts, international hospitality management, and psychology led him to the calm lifestyle of MUM.

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MUM Business Students Excel in Mediation Tournament Again

MUM made its presence known at the International Intercollegiate Mediation Tournament held at the Drake University Law School November 13-14.  32 teams from 19 schools participated in the tournament.  The client/advocate team of Tal Ron and Nahshon Yisrael came in 5th in the individual category (this was out of 64 team competitors) and the team of Tal Ron, Lauren Webster and Nahshon Yisrael after competing in the semifinals and finals placed third over all in the Client/advocate team category.  The team of Janet McDonald, Lauren Webster and Nahshon Yisrael received a...

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Deep Green Business Symposium Videos

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Marci Shimoff, BA in Business, 1979

Marci Shimoff is a world-renowned inspirational speaker and #1 NY Times bestselling author who specializes in helping people become happier. In the past year, she’s given talks in Russia, Ukraine, Japan, China, and Budapest, and has spoken to audiences of 10,000+.

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MUM Business Students Win 1st Place in Mediation Tournament

Last weekend (October 23rd and 24th) Maharishi University of Management (MUM) hosted our annual Peacemaker’s Intercollegiate Mock Mediation Tournament.  This is the 6th year we have hosted a competition. Ten teams competed in three rounds after a training session on Friday afternoon.  Schools competing were University of Dubuque, Lewis University from Illinois and Principia College from Illinois.


MUM’s Lauren Webster tied for first place in the Individual Mediator category with Elle Lannon from University of Dubuque. Lauren Webster and Nashon Yisrael tied for first place in the Client/Advocate category. Tal Ron came in second in the same category.  The MUM...

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Leigh Lester-Holmes: Bringing Entrepreneurship into the Nonprofit Sector

Leigh Lester-Holmes holds a master’s degree in business management with a specialization in public administration. She had worked in the nonprofit sector for ten years when she decided to apply for a doctoral degree. However, she didn’t want to commit to a university until she could find something that would help her focus on her studies.

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