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Park Perspectives: Our biggest decision and our greatest asset

Zach Zirkle, MBA ’20, reflects on his MBA experience and says the choice regarding what we want in life is the most important choice we will ever make.

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Park Perspectives: The (un)natural leader

Greg Wool, MBA ’21 explains the benefits of admiring your efforts—the continuous improvement mindset—rather than the goal you’ve accomplished.

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Japan-Korea trek focuses on business strategy in wines and spirits

Students in Johnson’s residential MBA programs traveled to Japan and Korea, identifying international business opportunities in wine and spirits.

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Late-night teamwork, Battle of the Brands, a musical goodbye, and more

Johnson’s graduates in the Class of 2020 share their favorite Cornell memories. Congratulations to our newest business management leaders!

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MBA Exchange 2020: Preparing to live in the moment

Colin Lang, MBA ’20, shares his goals and experiences studying and travelling abroad in the MBA Exchange program with the London School of Economics (LSE).

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Interning at PepsiCo: More than a can of soda (pop)

Taylor Hogenkamp, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on his time as a supply chain and procurement intern at PepsiCo and its connections to the SGE immersion.

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Park Perspectives: Pivoting is hard work

Kaitlyn Briggs, Two-Year MBA ’21, reflects on the collaborative support that has made her experience at Cornell so rewarding.

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Laughing Goat Fiber Farm: From fiber to finished goods

What do MBA students, goats, and sustainability have in common? An amazing opportunity for growth. MBAs recap their experience helping a local business.

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Student perspective: Managing assets in a time of uncertainty and volatility

Cayuga Fund student asset managers quickly adapted to work virtually when COVID-19 and resulting economic disruption hit the markets.