Student Voices & Experiences

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Johnson BusinessFeed

From Music to Amazon and Back: A Q&A with Alexander Horowitz, MBA ’23

Career Corner: Marketing executive Alexander Horowitz pivoted from music and tech marketing to Amazon’s last-mile business—then segued back to music.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Research at the Crossroads of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Network Theory

PhD Spotlight: Johnson School PhD candidate Andrew Foley talks about his research on family business and entrepreneurship.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Insights on Entrepreneurship and Emerging Markets from Former President of Colombia

Iván Duque, president of Colombia 2018-22, visited Cornell Tech and inspired students with insights on entrepreneurship and emerging markets.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

2024 Graduates Reflect On Their Cornell Experience

Congratulations to the class of 2024! Cornell SC Johnson College of Business Graduates share their most memorable moments and learnings

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Collaborating with Peers Was a Highlight of the Undergrad Experience for Carly Chasen ‘24

As Carly Chasen ’24 graduates and begins her professional journey, she says the Dyson network will be a constant source of encouragement, support, and opportunity.

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Johnson BusinessFeed

Derek Ju, MBA ’24, Reflects on His Cornell Experience

Cornell gave Derek Ju, MBA ’24, the tools and the confidence to be brave and stand up for empathetic leadership.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Josh Figueroa ’24 Reflect On His Dyson School Experience

Josh Figueroa says his Dyson School experience was tremendous because of the curriculum, faculty investment in student learning, and endless professional resources.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Zoe Rich ’24 Says Being a Cornellian Means Embracing Excellence And Intellectual Curiosity

Zoe Rich ’24 reflects on her Dyson School experience as she prepares for her next opportunity in NYC.

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Dyson BusinessFeed

Matthew Sovik ’24 Reflects On His Dyson School Experience

Matthew Sovik says that without the support he received from the Dyson community, he would not have been the business student that he is today.