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Alumna Marmeline Petion-Midy ’95, MBA ’00, delivers the keynote address alongside Dean Mark Nelson at Johnson’s 2018 Diversity Symposium.
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Distance is tough, but with these tips from Taylor Fox you can better maintain your long-distance relationship and even deepen it while at business school.
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Marques E. Zak, MBA ’10, and William J. Restrepo ’80, MBA ’85, will be honored at the Johnson Diversity Symposium and Alumni Awards Dinner on Oct. 27.
Alumni, Careers, Johnson MBA
Speaking to a record 160 participants, Horstmann gave the keynote address at this year’s Johnson Women in Business (JWiB) event and symposium.
Admissions, Awards and Honors, Students, Two-Year MBA in Ithaca
In June, the Johnson Consortium family beat out 18 other Consortium member schools to claim the coveted 2018 T.E.A.M. award.
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This June, a record number of Johnson’s women MBAs attended the Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Johnson Experience, One-Year MBA in Ithaca, Students
Johnson recently welcomed 69 One-Year MBA candidates to our campus in Ithaca. MBA students—together with their peers from the incoming Johnson Cornell Tech MBA program—have been getting to know one another, working in core teams, and tackling classroom and leadership challenges.
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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.
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In April, Johnson welcomed 171 admitted students to campus for its annual Destination Johnson (DJ) event. From team building to immersion information panels, attendees saw our ambitious, tight-knit community come to life first hand.
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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.