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Two Johnson alumnae will receive Johnson’s 2017 diversity awards

Tyeise Huntley Jones, MBA ’10, and Adrienne Rose Martinez ’01, MBA ’08, will be honored at the Johnson Diversity Symposium and Alumni Awards Dinner Oct. 27.

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Roosevelt Island campus opening marks a milestone for Johnson in NYC

With the dedication of the new Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in NYC, Johnson celebrates its new second home in New York City.

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Notes from a second year: Getting through the core

As a second-year MBA myself, here’s some advice from someone who has been through the core, an immersion, and an internship.

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Welcoming the Class of 2019 MBA candidates

Johnson recently welcomed 277 MBA candidates to our campus in Ithaca. The Class of 2019 spent a week getting to know one another, participating in welcome activities, and tackling team-building challenges both inside and outside the classroom.

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Noteworthy: Deborah Streeter discusses women in leadership

Dyson’s Deborah Streeter discusses issues women face in business and entrepreneurship on GE’s Brilliance: Leadership Learning podcast.

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Learning from each other: Our classmates, our friends

Even after reading all of the information packets and fact sheets about the Executive MBA Metro NY program, it’s impossible to understand the education you will receive from your classmates and friends. The journey from being strangers to becoming allies has been an incredible one. 

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Noteworthy: Alumna Maggie Chan Jones, MBA ’09, named 15th Most Influential CMO of 2017

Forbes ranked Maggie Chan Jones, Executive MBA Americas ’09, 15 in World’s Most influential CMOs of the Year list

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Students conquer 2017 Leading Teams Case Competition

The annual Case Competition for One-Year and Cornell Tech MBAs is not for the faint of heart.

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5 b-school courses that help me in my healthcare career

As the chief strategy officer for the Weill Cornell Physician Organization, I draw on my MBA coursework each day as we think about how to support our hospital leadership and best position ourselves for the future of healthcare.