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See how we’re turning ambition into impact every day through stories and updates about Johnson School students, faculty, staff, alumni, partners, and friends.

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Derek Ju, MBA ’24, Reflects on His Cornell Experience

Cornell gave Derek Ju, MBA ’24, the tools and the confidence to be brave and stand up for empathetic leadership.

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Elena Veale, MBA ’24, Learned the Value of Ethical Leadership at Cornell

Elena Veale, MBA ’24 Major/Program: 2-year MBA Doing the greatest good is a big part of being a Cornellian. How will you carry this into your career and life after […]

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Saurab Prabhakar, MBA ’24, Plans To “Pay It Forward” After Graduation

Saurab Prabhakar ’24 Major/program: 2 Year MBA Program; Strategic Product & Marketing Immersion What will you always remember about your time at Cornell? Why is it so memorable? Leading Zumba […]

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Amanda Jang, MBA ’24, gained perspective on effective and authentic leadership

Amanda Jang’s biggest takeaway during her at Cornell was the importance of having strong interpersonal skills.

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What Can You Do with a Master’s in Accounting?

Johnson School graduates pursue opportunities in finance, audit, and more. Discover top accounting careers with high demand and growth potential.

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Honoring Legacy and Leadership: Highlights from the Johnson School’s Big Red Bash

The Johnson School community celebrated distinguished alumni Anne Chow ’88, MEng ’89, MBA ’90, Barry W. Ridings, MBA ’76, and Marques E. Zak, MBA ’10.

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Faculty Cooking Throw Down Dishes Up Camaraderie

The event brought faculty and students together to celebrate the end of the academic year at the Nolan School of Hotel Administration at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

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Green Technology Innovation Fellows Pitch Environmental Startups

MBA students paired with PhD candidates from across Cornell University pitched startups based on Cornell research at Statler Amphitheater, April 27.

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High Status Leads to Increased Happiness – Sometimes

Is it worth the effort to seek high status in a group or setting for which a person has no real passion? New Cornell research suggests the answer is “no.”