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IMPRESS Program Continues to Teach Career Skills, Enable Networking Despite Pandemic

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management’s Goodman IMPRESS program has continued to offer programs to students virtually, allowing them to keep building up soft skills and network, even though alumni and other speakers are not currently able to travel…

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Whitman Team Earns Highest Placement in 10 Years for CFA Institute Research Challenge

A team of five students from the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University placed second in their bracket in the CFA Institute Research Challenge in February. This is the highest placement that the Whitman School has had…

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Looking for a Post-Grad Destination? Up-and-Coming Cities Make Great Options for Business Students

Where do you see yourself living in the next 10 years? It’s a question that college students have probably been asked too many times to count. Though the most popular answer for Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management…

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The Teacher Becomes the Student: Adjunct, Entrepreneur Uses Skills to Pivot His Own Business

Over the past few months, individuals and businesses alike have had to adapt to the ever-changing conditions brought on by COVID-19. Though entrepreneurs and newer businesses might have been more immediately vulnerable to the economic uncertainty, established business have turned…

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Whitman Team Places Third in National Deloitte FanTAXtic Case Study Competition

In January, a team of five students from Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management placed third in the 20th national FanTAXtic case study competition presented by Deloitte. This year’s case challenged teams to advise a new business venture on the best way to acquire the…

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Business: An Essential Part of the Technology Industry

What comes to mind when thinking of the ever-growing technology industry? Many times, topics include coding, computer science, software engineering, information technology (IT) and other traditionally “techy” areas. However, what may go unnoticed is that every successful, innovative tech firm…

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Recent Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Efforts Reflect School’s Commitment

Recent Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Efforts Reflect School’s Commitment Throughout the summer and fall semester, the Martin J. Whitman School School of Management has not only continued to prioritize its commitment to critical issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion…

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Cristiano Bellavitis: New Entrepreneurship Faculty, Passion for Global Entrepreneurship

From growing up in Italy and starting multiple businesses before beginning college to living and working in places like Russia and New Zealand, Cristiano Bellavitis is no stranger to new experiences. His latest adventure, however, will be moving from Auckland,…

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Study Abroad Hong Kong: Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone

Hong Kong, China isn’t the biggest study abroad program at Syracuse University, but for recent graduate Tyler Newman ’20, his semester living and working in Asia was unforgettable.  “No matter where you go, you’re going to learn something,” Newman shares.…

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Study Abroad Florence: Finding a Second Family with a Host Mother

From taking trips to places like northern Italy and seeing the Dolomites to decorating a Christmas tree with her host’s family, Brittney Loper ’21 had a study abroad experience that many students aspire to have.  Loper, a senior dual major in marketing…

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Supply Chain Professor Uses Innovative Spirit to Help Community

Supply Chain Professor Uses Innovative Spirit to Help Community Over the past several months, Julie Niederhoff, associate professor of supply chain management, spoke to multiple major media outlets, including CNN, NBC Nightly News and The New York Times about supply…

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Experts Explore Changes in Retail in the Wake of COVID-19

Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management hosted a virtual panel concerning the retail industry in June. The webinar, Perspectives on Retail in the Wake of COVID-19, covered various aspects of retail, including how the industry has been affected by…

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From Analytics to Academics, Management Professor Now Earning Research Awards

Many students may know Cameron Miller as a management professor at Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management, but he also spends a lot of time working on various research projects. And outside of the office, Miller enjoys spending…

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Syracuse University Professors Co-author Book on Collaborative Success

Two Syracuse University faculty members recently published a book centered around team collaboration, titled “Team Being: The Art & Science of Working Well with Others.” The publication is a culmination of years of research conducted by the authors, Martin J.…

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Co-Curricular Transcript Acts as Additional Resource for Students

Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management recently joined other universities in introducing a co-curricular transcript. The transcript, which acts as a record of a student’s learning experiences outside of the classroom, was introduced in May 2019. At Whitman, the…

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Whitman Team Places in Top 10 at National Competition

A student team from Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management placed in the top 10 at the annual Kelley School of Business National Diversity Case Competition (NDCC) in January. After making it into the final round, the team finished in 7th place, solidifying…