Dyson BusinessFeed

The college application process: How mine led me to Cornell

The process of applying to colleges can be incredibly intimidating. One Dyson undergraduate student shares her experience and tips for applying to Cornell.

Fall scenery at Palisades
Johnson BusinessFeed

3 tips to help you enjoy the Executive MBA Metro NY admissions journey

Sam Cho, Executive MBA Metro NY ’20, offers prospective students admissions tips in prose and inspiration in a poem—The Red Brick Road.

Alexandra Kemp ’20
Nolan School BusinessFeed

Alexandra Kemp ’20, U.S. Navy, aims to help incoming military veterans

Alexandra Kemp ’20 joined the U.S. Navy in 2004 to save lives. After an unexpected illness and early retirement, she found the Hotel School.

2016 Veterans Day Ceremony [MILSCI]
Dyson BusinessFeed

Dyson veterans reflect on their Cornell experience

In recognition of Veterans Day, Dyson veterans reflect on their Cornell experience.

Johnson student MBA ambassadors holding a large #CornellMBA sign
Johnson BusinessFeed

Admissions tips from first-year MBAs

Getting to know our MBA applicants is one of our top admissions priorities—here, a few of our first-year MBA students offers their best application tips.

Admissions Office sign on a doorway in Sage Hall
Johnson BusinessFeed

Noteworthy: Why there’s never been a better time to be at Johnson

In her conversation, Byers reflected on the Johnson MBA journey and the notable changes she’s seen during her tenure as director of admissions.

Photo of Parth in front of Sage Hall
Johnson BusinessFeed

Parth Vedawala, MBA ’19: Learning through observation, leading by example

With his family’s business, Parth developed a passion for interacting with multiple aspects of business management. Now he’s turning passion to practice.

McGraw Tower, Uris Library, Ho Plaza, and Cayuga Lake in fall
Johnson BusinessFeed

Park Perspectives: “So, you’re admitted… now what?”

Going to business school is a significant life transition! Here are my insights on how to arrive on campus ready to take advantage of this opportunity.

Photo of Consortium members standing on stage with a trophy
Johnson BusinessFeed

Johnson represents: MBA students win Consortium T.E.A.M. Award

In June, the Johnson Consortium family beat out 18 other Consortium member schools to claim the coveted 2018 T.E.A.M. award.