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BUSINESS New, state-of-the-art business building announced for the SNC campus The 45,000-square-foot Donald & Patricia Schneider Family Hall will serve as the new home of the Donald J. Schneider School of Business and Economics and a hub for business education in northeast Wisconsin, with a terrace along the river for communal gatherings and reimagined classrooms and workspaces. Rendering of new building by Workshop Architects of Milwaukee

RESEARCH Research from SNC professor published St. Norbert College’s Jamie O’Brien recently saw his paper “Competing Commitments During Knowledge Management Systems Implementation” published in Change Management: An International Journal. His study investigates competing commitments in relation to the implementation of knowledge management systems in two medical device companies. Professionals networking

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I joined the MBA program at St. Norbert because it has an amazing network of entrepreneurs, mentors and business leaders who have now become a great network of friends.

Vaughn Bowles Epidemiologist, Menominee Tribal Clinic in Keshena, Wis. Meet other MBA students
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Center for Business & Economic Analysis

Creating partnerships among faculty, students and local organizations to support community projects.
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Strategic Research Institute

Offering a wealth of data-driven insights for businesses and nonprofits to guide their decision-making.
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Nonprofit Leadership Development

Addressing the unique challenges and opportunities of nonprofit leaders through education and dialogue.
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In 2014, Pat Schneider, Donald Schneider’s wife, made a gift of unprecedented generosity to establish the Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics, and to found its Master of Business Administration program.
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