"John said, 'Leave the campsite better than you found it.' This really inspired me to strive to be the best I can be in both a business sense, but also just as a person."
~ Joy Tubero
"One thing that Mr. Logan stressed to us was that it is not who you know; it's who knows you. He made this a point because when in the networking world, people who you will use as a resource will want to remember you as a good Samaritan who always helped out to the full capacity."
~ Ryan Dixon
"Professor Witosky (who was a student of John Logan's) said that if you ever misspelled a word, John would circle it and keep track of all the times you misspelled the word. His point was that it is better for a professor to tell you what you don't want to hear, but what you need to hear, rather than your boss telling you."
~ Courtney Becker
"Tonight's dinner was out of the ordinary. Professor Miller asked me to work with the chef to create a Korean-themed dinner. With our world being as global as it is, it is essential that business majors understand how to handle themselves in these situations and be successful. I was able to share experiences from my trip, while John was able to share stories from his time spent in Japan."
~ Kayla Ohlin