Caitlyn Collins

Caitlyn Collins

Caitlyn Collins, an associate professor of sociology in Arts & Sciences, has focused her career on researching and advocating for policy solutions for working mothers and their families. Now that she’s a working mother herself, her work has new meaning.
Class Acts: Franklin Taylor

Class Acts: Franklin Taylor

As an Olin Business School MBA student, Franklin Taylor collaborated with mentors and fellow students to build a startup company that aims to help grocery stores alleviate food waste and increase profitability.
STL DataFest unites region’s data scientists

STL DataFest unites region’s data scientists

The inaugural STL DataFest later this month will feature presentations and discussions on a range of data applications, including data science’s impact in particular fields and larger questions of data ethics, privacy and security. Register to attend by May 6.
Riley to deliver annual Brauer Lecture

Riley to deliver annual Brauer Lecture

Jason Riley, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a Wall Street Journal columnist, will deliver the keynote address for Olin Business School’s Brauer Lecture Series on April 18.
Don’t believe hype about shorter work week benefits

Don’t believe hype about shorter work week benefits

The studies that are frequently touted as proof of concept for a shortened work week are riddled with statistical flaws, according to Olin Business School’s Liberty Vittert, who testified March 13 before the U.S. Senate Committee on Heath, Education, Labor and Pensions.
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