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Navigating through my MBA at 20 years old

Entering Johnson at the age of 20, I was apprehensive of being labeled the ‘baby of the class.’ But I was amazed at how my classmates treated me with the same respect and love as they did any another student.

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Reflections on Mother’s Day from MBA mamas

Happy Mother’s Day! Today, as we celebrate the special women and mothers in our lives, here are few reflections from some of Johnson’s MBA mamas.

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Destination Johnson welcomes admitted Two-Year MBA students and families

In April, Johnson welcomed 171 admitted students to campus for its annual Destination Johnson (DJ) event. From team building to immersion information panels, attendees saw our ambitious, tight-knit community come to life first hand.

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Park Perspectives: Yes, parenting while in business school is possible

I speak to many prospective applicants with families who question if an MBA is a right fit for them. Here’s why an MBA is absolutely the right option and why Johnson is the perfect place for parents.

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Quick Q & A: Jawad Addoum

Father, basketball fan, and passionate about finance—learn a little more about Jawad Addoum, assistant professor of finance at the Dyson School.

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Better together: One married couple’s experience in the Executive MBA Metro NY program

Nick and Katie Meyer share how their experience as a married couple in the Executive MBA Metro NY program has helped them grow both personally and professionally.

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Accelerate Johnson welcomes incoming One-Year MBA candidates

In March, incoming candidates for Johnson’s One-Year MBA program had the opportunity to experience Johnson and meet their potential class cohort at the annual Accelerate Johnson (AJ) welcome event.

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Fayrouz Hares, MBA ’18: Aiming to lead on an international scale

As the academic year nears its end, Hares is looking forward to graduating in the community she now calls home, with both her Moroccan and American family and friends. 

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Park Perspectives: Finding balance and setting goals

After my first semester, I’m now actively defining and finding what balance means to me. With that lesson in mind and the progress made thus far in tow, I established new goals for the spring semester.