The power of doing things differently and standing out at the Dyson School
Having really taken my own path at Cornell and beyond, here is my advice for Dyson students who seek to do things differently and stand out in the crowd.
Getting to yes: An ethical approach
REDtalks Review: In his REDtalk, Matt Ford, MBA ’19, presented Johnson’s honor code as a valuable framework for ethical business practices.
Student entrepreneur Rob Karp is miles ahead
When it came to starting his own business, Rob Karp ’19 was miles ahead of his peers. He was all of 14 when he turned his passion for airlines and his prowess for numbers into a travel consulting company.
Act Fast! Aleda Schaffer, MBA ’10, speaks on women’s empowerment at JWiB
Johnson Women in Business welcomed Aleda Schaffer, MBA ’10, who spoke on women’s empowerment and discovering herself as a professional and mother.
Career influencers for 2017 … and beyond! Part 1
Laurie Sedgwick, director of career management, urges job seekers and switchers to look before they leap while considering career influencers.
Catching up with entrepreneur Mark Thompson ’08
In the year since we featured Mark in the Fall 2016 issue of Hotelie magazine, the now former Wall Street financial analyst has opened his first Harlem Coffee Co. premium coffee lounge.
Immersed in Digital Technology
Find out how students, alumni, and faculty in Ithaca and at Cornell Tech inspired and defined Johnson’s newest, interdisciplinary immersion: the Digital Technology Immersion.
Noteworthy: Cynthia Saunders-Cheatham on how millennial MBAs are changing the future of work
“[Millennials are] focused on changing the way things are done and being able to drive change,” says Saunders-Cheatham, the Career Management Center director at Johnson.
Staying connected: 4 tips for successful networking with an MBA
How do I stay connected with my network, classmates, professors, and fellow alumni? I have compiled four tips for successful networking with your MBA.