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News, features, and voices from the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

Welcoming Johnson’s residential MBA classes of 2020 and 2021

August 4, 2019

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.

SGE speaker demystifies “responsible investment”

June 5, 2019

Linda Giuliano, MBA ’02, of AllianceBernstein gives students a glimpse of the key themes and considerations in responsible investment as part of SGE’s Finance and Sustainability speaker series.

Johnson recognizes 2019 award winners across nine academic programs

May 5, 2019

Several students across Johnson’s seven MBA programs and two MPS programs were recognized for their achievements, contributions, and academic performance.

PhD student awarded Deloitte Doctoral Fellowship in Accounting

May 5, 2019

Blake Allen Steenhoven, PhD in Management, has been recognized with the prestigious Deloitte Doctoral Fellowship in Accounting at the recommendation of Bob Libby.

Student teams design innovative cloud systems during Business Model Hackathon

May 5, 2019

Cornell students from both the United States and Cornell-Tsinghua Finance MBA competed in the fourth annual Business Model Hackathon in New York City.

Johnson community celebrates 2019 alumni award recipients at the Big Red Bash

May 3, 2019

Johnson alumni and friends gathered in NYC for the Big Red Bash, Johnson's "biggest night," to celebrate its 2019 alumni award recipients.

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Johnson’s graduate programs prepare students for leadership across industries, allowing them to achieve their ambitions with business education that emphasizes collaborative and practice-based learning.

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Perspectives authored by Johnson students

Our students tell Johnson’s story the best. Read about coursework, co-curricular activities, international travel, internships, and more from our residential MBA, executive MBA, and MPS in Management students.

ALL Student Voices

Residential MBA

Turning the page: MBAs help NY publishers balance passion with profit

August 3, 2019

Big Red Microenterprise took on a primary challenge of many small business owners—the desire to balance profit with passion—with Larson Publications.

An unconventional decision: My straight-through, MBA/bachelor’s degree experience

May 4, 2019

Hannah Cho, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on her decision to pursue both her bachelor’s degree and MBA at Cornell over the course of five years.

Grubhub and Groupon: What if they merged?

May 4, 2019

Bryan Burroughs, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on teaming up with classmates to solve a real-world business scenario for the Investment Banking Immersion.

Read more posts by MBAs in Johnson’s Two-Year, One-Year, and Johnson Cornell Tech programs

MBA Voices

Executive MBA

Exploring and finding inspiration in Israel’s legendary tech scene

May 5, 2019

Michael Stanat, Executive MBA Metro NY ’19, was inspired by high-performance culture and tech entrepreneurs during the program’s global business immersion.

Near or far, promotion or pivot: Career development in the Americas program

May 5, 2019

Liz Colodny explains how the Executive MBA Career Development Office coaches Americas students and facilitates career and leadership development.

From Metro NY to Israel: A new perspective on global business

May 3, 2019

Katie Meyer, Executive MBA Metro NY student, reflects on her global business study in Israel, a “life changing” experience.

Read more posts by executive MBAs in the Executive MBA Americas, Executive MBA Metro NY, and Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership programs

EMBA Voices

MPS in Management

Interdisciplinary work is the new frontier, and Cornell is leading the way

May 2, 2019

As part of the practicum he participated in, Angus J. McKenzie, MPS ’19, provided services to low-income taxpayers from diverse communities.

MPS Accounting students deliver low-income tax clinics in rural Alaska

April 2, 2019

Students in the college of business and the Cornell Law School went to Alaska to assist and engage with low-income taxpayers in rural areas.

Read more posts by students in Johnson’s MPS in Management and MPS in Management – Accounting Specialization programs

MPS Voices

Faculty &

Johnson’s faculty are mentors, teachers, and thought leaders

Johnson’s faculty are sought-after experts in areas such as consulting, entrepreneurship, management, and sustainability, and emerging markets. Our centers and institutes act as hubs for teaching and researching the future of business around the world.


Present Value: Hernan Saenz reflects on his 20-plus years in consulting and looks ahead

June 6, 2019

The Present Value podcast interviews Hernan Saenz, MILR ’98, MBA ’98, as he reflects on his past in consulting and what's to come in the future.

Christopher Marquis’s co-authored paper recognized for “responsible research”

May 3, 2019

Christopher Marquis was recognized as a finalist for the 2019 Responsible Research in Management award for his paper published in Organization Science.

Noteworthy: Dr. Geraldine McGinty discusses the benefits of an MBA

May 2, 2019

Dr. Geraldine McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR, discusses the benefits of an MBA for healthcare professionals with the Radiology Leadership Institute.

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Technology Meets the Eye

September 5, 2019

Miku Jha’s company, AgShift, created the world’s first autonomous food inspection system using deep learning and machine vision technologies.


The yin and yang of social activism

September 5, 2019

Social activists boost social entrepreneurs’ success but provoke “green hush” among established companies, according to research by Professor Wesley Sine.

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Dyson alumni offer advice for new and returning students

September 4, 2019

Dyson alumni encourage new and returning students to choose a career path they’re passionate about and remember to enjoy their Cornell journey.


Full STEAM Ahead

September 4, 2019

Hilary Lashley Renison’s startup, Tinker & Fiddle, encourages children to learn and apply technology at the intersection of culinary arts, music, fashion, and gaming.


Investing for good

September 4, 2019

Mubadala Ventures investor Alaa Halawa focuses on early-growth, deep-tech life science companies that are disrupting traditional industries.

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Amazing, inspiring, and eye-opening: SHA students recap summer internships

September 1, 2019

Two dozen School of Hotel Administration undergraduates share their summer internship experiences in hospitality and beyond.