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Meet 12 students from the Two-Year MBA Class of 2021

From philanthropists and scientists to U.S. veterans and hospitality professionals, Poets&Quants highlights 12 MBAs from the Two-Year Class of 2021.

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How Cornell MBAs pitched three stocks in 13 hours

MBA students were given only 13 hours to prepare their stock pitches for the MBA Stock Pitch Challenge. Two students recount their experience.

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Park Perspectives: Finding a personal definition of success

Austin Blais, Two-Year MBA ’20, takes a journey of personal and professional discovery as he immerses himself in his MBA projects.

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Park Perspectives: The importance of staying true to yourself

Danielle and Emma discuss how friendships, and Johnson, can help you remember who you are and why you came to business school.

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Park Perspectives: Learning by choosing

Caleb Heyman, Two-Year MBA ’21, reflects on what he learned about leadership and the role of decision-making as a Park Leadership Fellow.

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EMI Conference 2019: New ideas and new rules as we enter a new decade

Zach Bubolo reflects on the 2019 EMI Conference, which included thought-provoking panels, a spirited case competition, and new ideas.

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Delivering sustainably: An internship tackling big questions in transportation

MBA student Austin Blais discusses working in a corporate sustainability role at a prominent consumer packaged good company during his summer internship.

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Women in Investing Conference draws top MBA students and industry leaders

Networking, stock-pitching, panels, and more were on the program at the Parker Center’s 10th annual MBA Women in Investing Conference.

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Two sides to every story: Observing an employment arbitration in New York City

Supported by CIHLER, students from Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration and ILR School observed an arbitration hearing in New York City.