MBA

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How the global pandemic changed a small business in a big way

MBA students in BR Microenterprise recap their experience advising a local business, which included pivoting their strategy in response to COVID-19.

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Network power: The professional impact of building meaningful relationships

Austin Blais, MBA ’20, reflects on his time career searching, the professional impact of building his network, and some lessons learned along the way.

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Exploring history, culture, and health tech innovation in Israel

Shuhan Zhang, Johnson Cornell Tech MBA ’20, shares insights from an Israel trek and her experience participating in a health tech hackathon.

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Johnson offers new courses in fintech, digital business, and leadership

Johnson faculty created new courses designed to equip future business leaders with strategic, targeted analytical and leadership skills.

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Johnson included in top fintech rankings

Johnson MBA programs recently received top recognition for strengths in finance, fintech, and tech-sector business.

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Johnson faculty and alumni launch investment internship with the Cayuga Fund

An initiative led by the Parker Center provides investing experience for Cornell students whose summer internship plans were disrupted by COVID-19.

She Has a Deal finalists Nancy Guzman, Marlene Reyes, Joanne Angbazo, Kristen Collins, and Lera Covington
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SHA, Johnson teams both make finals of She Has a Deal pitch competition

The teams are among five nationally who will compete for $50,000 in deal equity in the women-only real estate competition in October.

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These MBA programs are the top feeders to the tech industry — for now

Johnson was recently listed as a top feeder school for the tech industry, citing 15% of its 2019 class heading into the industry.

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A first-hand look at the African economy

Sophia Marseille, MBA ’20, shares insights about her trek to South Africa and Ghana, pinpointing entrepreneurship and brand strategy as growth opportunities.