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Call Family Foundation Makes Major Donation for Students
Crystal Maggelet
Crystal Maggelet
Photo by: Steve Eaton
The Call Family Foundation plans to invest $1.75 million in scholarship and services that will directly benefit students at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University, with the same amount, $1.75 million, going to the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah, for a total donation of $3.5 million.

Crystal Maggelet announced earlier this month the Foundation's plans to donate $1 million to fund one new, fully-staffed career services center that will bear the Flying J name, at each school. The universities also will receive an additional $750,000 each to be allocated over a 15-year period for scholarships for FJ Management employees and students at the two universities. Click here to read more.
New Center Will Tap Expertise of Successful Entrepreneurs
The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business officially launched its Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence with an event that celebrated the very kind of innovative, visionary thinking that created the Center in the first place.

The Center launch included visiting VIPs, speeches, a ribbon cutting, and predictions that this will prove a milestone in the progress of the Huntsman School of Business. Mike Glauser, a successful entrepreneur and author, is the executive director of the Center, and he says he is building a network called the "Aggie 100," a group of entrepreneurs who will assist the Center by offering to be mentors, to speak, and to judge student competitions. Click here to read more.
President Stan Albrecht and Dean Douglas D. Anderson cutting the ribbon.
Photo by: Steve Eaton
Well-Regarded Gartner Tech Analyst Thomas Bittman Speaks
Thomas Bittman
Photo by: Sterling Morris
Somehow it felt like a "Bull Market moment," when keynote speaker Thomas Bittman described the outlook for "cloud computing" at the final dinner event for the Partners in Business Information Technology Conference on Feb. 8, at Utah State University.

Déjà vu?

Mr. Bittman works for Gartner, Inc., which is one of the world's leading information technology research and advisory companies, based in Stamford, Conn., with some 4,800 employees and clients in more than 80 countries around the world. When Gartner speaks on technology trends, usually based on its own research, lots of people listen. Click here to read more.
Also in this edition
Police Shootout Brings Sudden Pressure on Huntsman Graduate

Entrepreneurship Club Draws Big Crowd at Recruitment Event

Thousands of Dollars Awarded to Student-Run Businesses

Several Successful Entreprenuers Come to USU to Help Students

The Shingo Prize For Operational Excellence to Hold International Conference


Education: The "Secret Sauce"

Call Family Foundation Donates Millions to Utah Business Schools

Huntsman Students' Website Awarded $5,000

USU Club Recognized as Best by Global Organization


Tragedy Avoided in Logan River

Image of New Business Building Concept Released

Non-Monetary Currencies


Huntsman Hall

Lectures in Entrepreneurship: Eric Jacobsen

Lectures in Entrepreneurship: Scott Huskinson and Clay Broadbent

Lectures in Entrepreneurship: Tanner Bell, Ken Jacquin, and Chris Infurchia


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