“The connections I made with the Entrepreneurship Alliance really helped in my success at starting a business,” Knabe said. “I've made many relationships through Mizzou and the Trulaske College of Business which have helped the business grow into what it is today.”
One of Knabe’s favorite experiences at Mizzou was being able to attend the 2015 Private Equity Summit conference in Park City, Utah. Such opportunities are available to students interested in entrepreneurship and business who are looking to make business connections while still attending classes.
Paws on the Quad
More than 3,000 tiger paws popped up on the Francis Quadrangle Sept. 21 — each representing a "Mizzou: Our Time to Lead" scholarship recipient.
You're invited to the "Mizzou: Our Time To Lead" virtual celebration
Register online and join us at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24.
Trulaske alumnus starts fund to support accountancy faculty
The goal is to attract and retain the faculty who can build and maintain the program’s national prominence.
Projections bring poetry to new heights
MU’s Artist in Residence program returns with "In Focus: Poetry." The six-day event uses work by Mizzou Made creatives to illuminate walls around campus.
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