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Park Perspectives: Finding curiosity over judgment

Professor Russo mentioned the common phrase of “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes.”  What struck me was what he said next, which was something along the lines of: “and the only way you can do that is if you take your shoes off first.”

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Park Perspectives: Lessons beyond Sage Hall

For me, it took stepping away from Sage Hall to truly appreciate what I have learned there. I spent the summer working in hospital administration at a children’s hospital in Utah and am completing my Park project with a local non-profit.

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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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Park Perspectives: Becoming the LGBTQ leader and role model I wanted to be (and maybe never had)

Accepting my status and membership as part of the LGBTQ community has made me a more compassionate, more resilient, and more passionate leader. Here are some lessons I learned along the way.

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Park Perspectives: Core semester? It’s like drinking from a firehose.

A popular cliché around Sage Hall during the core classes term is that the onslaught of new classroom content, recruitment activities, and social events is like “drinking from a firehose.”

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Park Perspectives: Growing personally while starting over professionally

Deciding to change your career is never an easy one, and it wasn’t for me either. I wanted to have more control over my future and eventually settle down and have a family.

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Park Perspectives: Celebrating 20 years of the Park Leadership Fellowship

Johnson Park Leadership Fellows from the last 20 years descended upon New York City to see familiar faces and recount stories of their MBA experiences.

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Treks take MBAs near and far during winter break

Our annual faculty-led study treks let MBAs experience diverse business environments, bond with classmates, network with local executives and alumni, and most of all, have fun.

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Park Perspectives: Beyond the classroom with hackathons and startups

Learning what it takes to start a company seemed to be a great path in learning how to help existing companies become even better.