Winter 2006 | Volume 24, Issue 4
This issue of
Comment contains advice to students who plan to make a life in the world of business—including, but not limited to college business majors and MBA students. In addition to the valuable advice offered by our authors, I want to suggest that future business people read widely and think hard about the three questions I’ve asked, and engage in serious conversations with mentors and friends in an effort to come to the kind of answers that will help guide a lifetime of good stewardship and leadership in the marketplace.
11 Articles In this Issue
Contributors to this Issue
Co-founded Beaver Falls Coffee & Tea Company with her husband Russ.
Lives in Morningside, Pittsburgh, PA with his wife Jenifer and their two sons.
Owns, with his wife Beth, Hearts and Minds Bookstore in central Pennsylvania.
Has worked as an architect for more than thirty years with several Midwestern firms of varying sizes.
David T. Koyzis
Professor of Political Science at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario, and author of We Answer to Another.
Director of CPYU's College Transition Initiative, through a partnership with the Coalition for Christian Outreach.
Dr. Janis Bragan Balda is Professor of Management at the Centre for Advancing International Management (AIM Centre).
CEO and CIO of RockLinc Investment Partners, and a Senior Fellow for Cardus.
Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom.
Susan Den Herder
Susan has worked with high school students for a number of years as a volunteer, as a High School Coordinator at The Falls Church.
Walter C. Wright Jr.
Walter Wright was the Executive Director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership, and sits on the board of Cardus.
Dr. Wesley Balda is Executive Director of the Centre for Advancing International Management [AIM Centre].
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