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Congratulations, Johnson Class of 2018 graduates!

Graduates of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management were celebrated at two recognition ceremonies on Saturday, May 26. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

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MBA Class of 2018 honored at Dean’s Awards Brunch

Several students in the One-Year, Two-Year, and Johnson Cornell Tech MBA programs were individually recognized for their contributions and achievements at the annual Dean’s Awards Brunch on Friday, May 25.

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Josefina Hamren ’15, MBA ’18: Innovating in fashion, tech, and business

Cornell’s cross-functional offerings helped Josefina Hamren, MBA ’18, dive into her interests and grow as an innovator at two different times in her life. After graduating with a Johnson Cornell Tech MBA—she’s officially a “double Red.”

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Cornell alumnus makes immediate impact with gift to benefit NYC intensives

Richard G. Schneider ’70 supports Johnson’s newest curriculum initiative, the New York City intensives at Cornell Tech, with a substantial gift.

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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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How to get an MBA in less time

Ian Folau, Johnson Cornell MBA Tech ’16, and Johary Rivera, a current One-Year MBA student at Johnson, describe the advantages students gain when enrolling in an accelerated one-year MBA program.

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Fintech is disrupting the disruptors, and we’re ready for it

The disruptors are being disrupted and new types of partnerships between traditional players and new-age fintechs are being created.

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MBA Q&A: Why the future is fintech

Fintech. To some, it’s a term that sounds unfamiliar. To the MBA students within Cornell Tech’s classrooms, however, it’s widely considered to be the future of the finance industry.

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Evan Yates, MBA ’18: Uniting business, tech, and medicine

After starting a company with a friend during his second year of medical school, Yates knew that he wanted his life and career to be built on more than just medicine.