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Park Perspectives: Finding curiosity over judgment

Professor Russo mentioned the common phrase of “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes.”  What struck me was what he said next, which was something along the lines of: “and the only way you can do that is if you take your shoes off first.”

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MMH students give 5 tips for finals week

Before you can enjoy a much-needed vacation, you have one more hurdle to jump. Finals week. After interviewing a couple current Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) students, here are some tips I gathered.

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After 105 years, it’s time to scale the family restaurant

Talking with administrators during the application process further highlighted the managerial focus of the program. I was not coming here to learn operations, I was coming here to learn how to be a leader in the industry.

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AGS IPO: Casino Royale meets Investment Banking Immersion

Like clockwork, 8 a.m. dictates that a new case will be posted on Blackboard, team assignments to follow. I log in, knowing that we are going to be pitching an Initial Public Offering (IPO).

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An inside look at winter residence week with the Metro program

While it had only been a short month of break between my first and second semester, I couldn’t help but notice how excited I truly was for residence week.

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Noteworthy: Hotel School’s Michael Paz featured in YesCollege.com accounting podcast

Studying accounting is akin to what students learn in linguistics class, says Michael Paz; but instead of developing a proficiency in a foreign tongue, accounting makes one fluent in the most familiar language on earth: business.

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4 ways the Executive MBA Metro NY program builds stronger business leaders

Several key factors led me to Johnson’s Executive MBA program: rigorous academics, team-based learning, international diversity and resources, and an emphasis on balancing priorities.

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Treks take MBAs near and far during winter break

Our annual faculty-led study treks let MBAs experience diverse business environments, bond with classmates, network with local executives and alumni, and most of all, have fun.

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A bridge from Ithaca to Roosevelt Island

Johnson MBA students traveled by bus from Ithaca to New York City to participate in unique, focused courses at Cornell Tech’s new Roosevelt Island campus.