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Several students in the One-Year, Two-Year, and Johnson Cornell Tech MBA programs were individually recognized for their contributions and achievements at the annual Dean’s Awards Brunch on...

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Graduates of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management were celebrated at two recognition ceremonies on Saturday, May 26. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

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Entering Johnson at the age of 20, I was apprehensive of being labeled the ‘baby of the...

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Cornell’s cross-functional offerings helped Josefina Hamren, MBA ’18, dive into her interests and grow as an innovator...

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Professor Russo mentioned the common phrase of “walking a mile in someone else’s shoes.”  What struck me...

From Ambition to Impact

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Maureen O’Hara earns Bernstein Award for contributions to finance industry

Johnson professor Maureen O’Hara receives prestigious Bernstein Award for a paper she co-authored titled “Footprints on a Blockchain: Trading and Information Leakage in Distributed Ledgers.”

In the Media

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Protecting customers’ privacy requires more than anonymizing their data

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Sachin Gupta, professor of management and director of graduate studies in management at Johnson, co-authors a fascinating article on protecting customer data, recently published in Harvard Business Review.

Residential MBA Programs in Ithaca

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management offers two MBA programs in Ithaca, NY — the accelerated, One-Year MBA program and the traditional Two-Year MBA. Students in both programs take the same courses and participate in the same clubs and activities.

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Alumni and execs provide key insights at High-Yield and Restructuring conference

In the spring we attended the High-Yield and Restructuring (HYRx) conference in NYC to hear from recent alumni and business executives who shared insights into their careers and experiences.
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IBI Case #2: Finding sand through mergers and acquisitions

Our second case for the Investment Banking Immersion focused on mergers and acquisitions and required a presentation on whether Hi-Crush (an oilfield services company) should acquire Smart Sand (a sand provider).

Johnson Cornell Tech MBA Program in NYC

The Johnson Cornell Tech MBA program is a 12-month, industry-immersive program that will prepare you to lead in creative, digital, and entrepreneurial ventures. You’ll work in student teams that bridge the disciplines of engineering, law, and computer science to produce visionary ideas — reinventing the way we live and work through technology.

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Congratulations, Johnson Class of 2018 graduates!

Graduates of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management were celebrated at two recognition ceremonies on Saturday, May 26. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
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MBA Class of 2018 honored at Dean’s Awards Brunch

Several students in the One-Year, Two-Year, and Johnson Cornell Tech MBA programs were individually recognized for their contributions and achievements at the annual Dean’s Awards Brunch on Friday, May...

Executive MBA Programs

The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management offers three executive MBA programs for working professionals. Complete classes on Saturdays and Sundays in a city near you with the Executive MBA Americas program or in New York City with the Executive MBA Metro NY program and the Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership program in conjunction with Weill Cornell Medicine.

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Congratulations, Johnson Class of 2018 graduates!

Graduates of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management were celebrated at two recognition ceremonies on Saturday, May 26. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
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Noteworthy: NextFem podcast interviews Maggie Chan Jones, MBA ’09­­

Featured on an episode of the NextFem podcast, MBA alumna Maggie Chan Jones shares her powerful story, offers invaluable career advice, and describes how she unearthed her passion.