Economics and Management

Let’s Learn about Investments Club!

The E Terry Stone Investments Club Mission is a student led organization with high standards of professionalism, discipline, research, and stewardship that offers educational opportunities through exploring the dynamics, opportunities, and risks embodied in the stock market. Led by members with prior experience, the Club actively monitors the market, formulates educated decisions, and applies investing […]

Join the GAC Mentoring Program Today by Stella Hadjiyanis ’21

How it All Started The GAC Mentoring Program has been flourishing non-stop since 2009 when it all began. This powerful program connects current Gustie students with a working Gustie Alum with similar career interests. The opportunity to network while gaining career development advice and create a tight-knit relationship has been very beneficial for hundreds of […]

How to Succeed at the Career Fair by Ashley Beckman ’21

What happens/What to Expect:  The Minnesota Private College and Career Fair is an amazing opportunity for ALL Gustavus students. There are over 300 employers attending this fair, as well as over 2,000 other students from private colleges around the state.  Your day will start by riding the bus from 3 flags to the Minneapolis convention […]

D-Up Wins 1st Place and advances to the Minnesota Cup by Lanie Altmann ’20

On Saturday, May 11, the Gustie Entrepreneur Cup was held in Alumni Hall. Seven teams presented their ideas to the judges: John Bergstrom ’82, Betsy Byers, Michelle Courtright ’99, Jann Eichlersmith ’85, Debby Gustafson ’85, Brent Harms ’82, Bob LaBombard, Russ Michaletz ’74, and Ari Silkey ’99. The teams included Twigit, The Thinking Tank, Campus […]

Walter E. Williams Essay Winners

Last weekend, an impromptu essay contest was announced to Economics and Management Students. They were asked to spend a part of the snowstorm weekend writing a response to one of five quotes from professor Walter E. Williams – 2018 Lindau Resident in Conservative Thought. And now we know the names of the winners: Ashley Allen […]

Students share internship experiences with peers

Maybe the most valuable advice about career development, internships, and just plain getting experience in the workplace, comes from students themselves. Investment Club sponsored a student internship panel including Yeng Lee, Jacob Herd, Jake Olson, and Jack Keeley who all shared their experiences in financial industry internships with other Investment Club student members. There was […]

Investment Club portfolio reaches all-time high

Under the careful watch of many student leaders over the years, since the Investment Club was awarded its initial portfolio amount of just over $105,000 in 1997, the portfolio’s value surpassed $200,000 this September! Gifted by E. Terry Skone ’63, the Club’s investment management activities have two goals: learning about investing and how markets work, […]

The last Seattle day, by Luke Holzerland

Our last day in the wonderful city of Seattle was full of lasting memories and invaluable learning. We started off our final day with a visit to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in the Seattle Center. We were graciously connected with the Gates Foundation through a Gustie Alumni by the name of Kaitlyn McElrath, […]

What makes your work impactful? Seattle reflections by Liv Peterson

Today was filled with three site visits, creativity to the max, and inspirational people. We started the day off with the City of Seattle’s development team and our very own Gustie Alumni Nate Torgelson ‘88 who works on Seattle’s building sustainability efforts. We also had the opportunity to chat with three employees working on arts […]