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Celebrating diversity in the workplace

Diversity Symposium speaker Larry Ruff, MBA ’82, relates why diversity and inclusion is good for business as well as the right thing to do.

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Johnson celebrates 20 years of diversity and inclusion

Johnson’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion honors diversity awards recipients and marks 20 years of supporting woman, URM, and LGBTQ leaders.

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Renewables are the future: Sustainable infrastructure and technology are how we get there

Frank Nicklaus, MBA ’12 and partner at Greentech, discussed the future of renewable energy as part of SGE’s Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise series.

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Johnson MBA programs receive high marks in recent national rankings

Bloomberg Businessweek, The Economist, and Forbes rankings place Johnson MBA programs among top business schools in the United States and internationally.

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The death of distance: The Sabanci Bridge connects two campuses as one

Demir Sabanci, MBA ’99, was honored for his gift that created the Sabanci Bridge, an immersive telepresence technology that connects Ithaca and NYC.

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Alumna Angela Mwanza advises MBAs to build a strong network during 2019 JWiB keynote

Mwanza’s talk and a new scholarship in an alumna’s honor focused on building strong relationships to create a powerful network.

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Office of Diversity and Inclusion pay equity panel agrees a gap persists for women

An ODI panel including Dean Kevin Hallock, Michelle Duguid, and Susan Fleming discuss pay equity with the Women’s Management Council and Johnson Allies for Women.

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Forbes ranks Johnson MBA #9 on Best Business Schools list

Johnson MBA moves up one spot from 2017 to number nine on Forbes 2019 Best B-Schools list. The ranking is calculated based on the MBA degree’s ROI.

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Welcoming Johnson’s residential MBA classes of 2020 and 2021

Johnson recently welcomed 432 new students across its three residential MBA programs. See pre-term highlights and data for the classes of 2020 and 2021.