The Importance of Financial Literacy

Everyone knows that the literacy rate is not where it should be but people do not usually stop to consider the problems associated with a lack of financial literacy. Think about it, if you do not understand the differences between a savings account and a CD then you will probably be met with some financial […]

Why Your Twenties Matter

Once upon a time it was typical for a college graduate to secure a high-paying job, buy a home, find your life partner and begin a family all by the time you were in your mid to late twenties. This bit of conventional wisdom seems to have expired about a decade ago. Indeed, Millennials are […]

Management 461 – Fall Semester 2013

  The people who take Management 461 (Entrepreneurial Management) are entrepreneurs or, at the very least, people who are or will become leaders in the professional world. If you’re a CSUF student and are reading this then you are probably our target audience: LEADERS. What is special about the Fall 2013 semester of Management 461 […]

Cal State Fullerton Management 461 | Fall 2013

For the fall 2013 semester, the Entrepreneurial Management course (MGMT 461) will be featuring a new experimental version built around the theory and practices associated with “lean startup” – the hottest new domain in entrepreneurship. Lean Startup emphasizes experimentation, customer feedback and iterative design over formal planning. In MGMT 461, you will learn “lean startup” […]

High School Students Not Ready for College

Most high school seniors aren’t ready for college, and this is bad news for the United States.  The College Board, which administers the SAT, released findings that indicated that only 43% of high school students are prepared to go to college, based on their test scores.  President of the College Board, Gaston Caperton, said in […]

Is Cursive a Dying Art?

  An increasing number of elementary schools are dropping cursive from their curriculum, but some schools continue to teach the lost art.  As computers and iPads become more common in the classroom, students are often taught typing skills at the expense of cursive.  Printing letters is considered sufficient by most students and many educators, and […]