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LEADERSHIP O’Brien, Arendt named co-directors of Center for Exceptional Leadership Jamie O’Brien and Lucy Arendt have been named co-directors for the Center for Exceptional Leadership at St. Norbert College. O’Brien and Arendt will take over for Dean Stewart, who resigned in September after leading the CEL for five years. Jamie O'Brien and Lucy Arendt

BUSINESS 25th CEO Breakfast Series speaker lineup In a one-of-a-kind opportunity for local businesspeople to meet face-to-face with leaders, CEO Breakfast Series speakers will share their unique strategies for facing specific business challenges. Topics are selected by the speakers, and their comments are candid, insightful and not likely to be heard in public elsewhere. Presenter is speaking in front of an audience

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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, Economics and Analytics

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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