Alumni, Ithaca Programs, News
Alumna Marmeline Petion-Midy ’95, MBA ’00, delivers the keynote address alongside Dean Mark Nelson at Johnson’s 2018 Diversity Symposium.
Alumni, Awards and Honors, News, Parker Center for Investment Research
The Parker Center’s 20th anniversary celebration brought together more than 120 members of the Johnson community Oct. 25 in Manhattan.
Careers, Industry Experts, Johnson Experience, Students, Two-Year MBA in Ithaca
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.
Executive MBA Americas, Executive MBA Metro NY, Executive MBA Programs, Faculty, Ithaca Programs, Johnson MBA, One-Year MBA in Ithaca, Students, Tech MBA in NYC, Two-Year MBA in Ithaca
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!
Alumni, Johnson MBA, Students
At the Big Red Bash celebratory event held at New York City’s Guastavino’s restaurant, Johnson alumni and current students gathered to honor four exceptional members of the Johnson community—this year’s alumni award recipients.
Careers, Executive MBA Americas, Noteworthy
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.
Alumni, Johnson MBA
Anne Estabrook ’65, MBA ’66, owner and chairman of Elberon Development Group, credits Johnson with teaching her how to be a leader and make her voice heard.
Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, Ithaca Programs, Johnson Experience, Johnson MBA, Students
The Sustainable Global Enterprise and Energy Club professional trek took 11 students to the San Francisco Bay Area to visit companies with sustainable values and initiatives.
Alumni, Executive MBA Americas, Johnson Experience
Americas graduate Diana Bricknell, MBA ’16, is steadfast in her commitment to bringing more women in STEM into the fold and ushering in change that has been long overdue.