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 25.
Cornell’s cross-functional offerings helped Josefina Hamren, MBA ’18, dive into her interests and grow as an innovator at two different times in her life. After graduating with a Johnson Cornell Tech MBA—she’s officially a “double Red.”
Karan Girotra, a visiting professor of operations, technology, and information management at Cornell Tech, offers market insights into why dockless hire bikes are fast becoming the preferred mode of transportation in cities around the world.
One of my favorite speakers this month was Ben Alden ’06, a fintech legal authority general counsel at Betterment. I could not have been more impressed by the quality, openness, and insightfulness of Ben’s presentation at Cornell Tech.
While ICOs are still young and largely unregulated, they have already activated communities of interest and emerged as a new channel for fundraising, product validation, market testing, and customer engagement.