Big Red Microenterprise took on a primary challenge of many small business owners—the desire to balance profit with passion—with Larson Publications.
Hannah Cho, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on her decision to pursue both her bachelor’s degree and MBA at Cornell over the course of five years.
Bryan Burroughs, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on teaming up with classmates to solve a real-world business scenario for the Investment Banking Immersion.
Tim Shaw, Two-Year MBA ’20, recounts conversations with top officials and thought leaders on the Washington D.C. trek as part of the SGE Immersion.
Mukul Aggarwal, Two-Year MBA ’19, offers advice to incoming students on making the most of opportunities available at Johnson.
As part of the practicum he participated in, Angus J. McKenzie, MPS ’19, provided services to low-income taxpayers from diverse communities.
Patricia Guzman, Two-Year MBA ’19, recounts her nine-day trek to the Middle East over spring break. She visited Israel alongside 90 of her Johnson classmates.
The Johnson Food, Beverage, and Agribusiness (JBFA) student club focuses on issues of sustainability and farm-to-table eating in the Ithaca area.
Alex Ivanov and John Kyles, MBAs ’00 and Park Fellows, founded Big Red Ventures, a student-run, evergreen venture capital fund that continues to thrive today.