Residential MBA Programs

Austin Rothbard leaning against a motorcycle
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Park Fellows alumni spotlight: Austin Rothbard, MBA ’00

Austin Rothbard, MBA ’00, has had a varied and exciting career path, which includes founding his own business, Twisted Road.

portrait of Taylor Davis, MBA ’21
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Black Graduate Business Association helps launch the Black MBA Alliance

Johnson’s BGBA launches the Black MBA Alliance with Black MBA student associations at other schools to advance racial justice awareness and education

Johnson MBA students
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Two MBA programs at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business receive STEM designation

The Johnson Graduate School of Management announces it will add two Ithaca-based Management Science MBA programs with classification as STEM-designated by the federal government.

Russell in front of a wall at Oceana
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My Oceana experience: Moving toward a career in environmental sustainability

Ocean plastic pollution is a global crisis, and it will probably get worse before it gets better. MBA student Russell Grandin is speaking out to affect positive change.

Students stand holding an envelope and trophy in front of a Johnson banner
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Cornell team ‘solves the retirement puzzle,’ earns first place at the 2020 IPCC

Robert Carney, member of the winning Cornell team at the 4th Annual Investment Portfolio Case Competition, recounts his experience at the event.

Photo of Hannah Cohn and Hannah Zweifler, Park Leadership Fellows in the Class of 2018
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Park Perspectives: Mastering influence in our summer internships

“Tell me about a time you influenced others.” It’s a classic MBA internship interview question—here’s how we prepared and practiced this summer.

Photo of Mani Selvam, MBA ’18, at Machu Picchu, Peru marveling at the 15th century Incan Citadel in the Andes Mountains during fall break.
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Making the most of your second year in the Johnson MBA

After learning what works for me during the first part of my second year, I’m using this post to share some tips I’ve come across.

Photo of Marcela and another student during the Marketing Executive Coaching Program
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Top marketing executives empower Johnson students to reach their goals

MBA students are confronted with difficult leaps of faith as we explore careers and look for our dream jobs. Johnson challenges me to think even bigger.

Matt Muskin, Two-Year MBA ’18 with Habitat for Humanity group
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Park Perspectives: Building habits and habitats

Students at Johnson have found endless opportunities to leave our school and the Ithaca community better than when they arrived here.