Mayo Innovation Scholars Program
The Mayo Innovation Scholars Program (MISP) was founded in 2006 as a partnership between Mayo Clinic’s Ofﬁce of Intellectual Property and the Minnesota Private College Council, with ﬁnancial support from the Medtronic Foundation.
The program brings together students from a variety of undergraduate disciplines to research invention ideas and create business and marketing plans — that they then present to Mayo staff.
St. Catherine University has participated in the program since 2009. Several Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) students have served as MISP mentors to teams of business and science majors. Read more »
Minnesota Census of Women in Corporate Leadership
Since 2008, St. Kate's MAOL faculty members have pioneered research into women's presence on corporate boards and in positions of leadership. Their findings are available online:
- 2012 Census of Women in Corporate Leadership
- 2011 Census of Women in Corporate Leadership
- 2010 Census of Women in Corporate Leadership
- 2009 Census of Women in Corporate Leadership
- 2008 Census of Women in Corporate Leadership
Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program
St. Catherine University's Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program provides rigorous academic training and professional field experiences to prepare effective, ethical and enduring leaders for an array of professional work in for-profits, non-profits and the public sector. Learn more about this program »