by Anna Poplasky, MBA ‘17
Exploring in the SGE Immersion how the gaming industry can improve its reputation
by leveraging its sustainability program.
by Miles Archer, MBA ’18 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow
I’ve drawn from Johnson lessons to succeed at my internship.
by Shantanu Naidu, MBA '18
My experience at the Johnson Graduate School of Management since last fall has been preparing me for my summer internship with Tata Trusts to help build a state-of-the-art veterinary teaching hospital in Mumbai, India.
by Leslie Cruz Palacios (MBA ’17)
entrepreneurs adapt to the uncertainties of the complex business environment is
by Amanda Archila, MBA ‘18
Leveraging the research and expertise at Cornell to propose
building a new kind of food system.
by Crosby Fish (MBA ’17)
the value of curiosity and engaged listening.
by Patrick Grumley, MBA ’17
How the SGE immersion prepared me for my
internship as a strategy consultant
by Joseph Barber, MBA ‘17
Being a Brand Management
Intern for the world’s biggest board game brand was the highlight of my
professional experience so far, but how much did the SGE Immersion really help in
contributing to a successful summer internship?
by Crosby Fish, MBA ‘18
In early March, the entire Sustainable Global Enterprise (SGE) Immersion 2017 cohort descended on New York City to visit seven very different organizations that are engaging with sustainability issues in a wide variety of ways.
by Sara Johnson, MBA ‘18
by Geoff Johnson, MBA ’17 and Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow
Geoff Johnson finds utility for utility-scale solar as New York's energy vision continues to reform.
by Ana Kalugina, MBA ’17, MPS ’17, Environmental Finance and Impact Investing Fellow.
Every great journey begins with a step, and with enough of them, you can run a marathon. My hope is that the past two years will lead to an ever-fulfilling finish.
by Crosby Fish, MBA ’18
At Net Impact 2016, it was clear that the community of current and future business leaders proving the business case for sustainability is large, committed, and still growing, and the SGE community at Cornell seems well-prepped to be an integral part of it.
by Mauricio Medaets, MBA ’17, MEng ’17
Putting organic waste in its place — laying the groundwork for a cleaner and more sustainable America
by Brett Lester, MBA ’17
The Sustainable Global Enterprise (SGE) Immersion allowed me the opportunity to interact with clients and support a market expansion problem, leaving me prepped for success for my internship with EY’s Strategy group.