Whitman Voices

The Latest Stories from the Whitman School

Summer in the City

By Adam Capozzi | July 10, 2013
-content by Sam Whitaker- A summer in New York City will both intimidate and excite any college student looking to build a career in business. For the last month I have been living in Manhattan…

Is Your College Search Underway? We Invite You to Visit and Connect with Whitman!

By Adam Capozzi | June 21, 2013
Warm summer greetings to you!  I’m Carol Heil, the Whitman School’s Director of Undergraduate Recruitment.  As the Mother of three, two who are in college, I know how important your college search is and how…

My summer and fall plans

By Adam Capozzi | May 1, 2013
-content by Tatiana Turner- With my sophomore year here in Whitman quickly coming to an end, I have started planning for all of the exciting events coming up within the next few months. I have…

Leaving the continent (for a few days)

By Adam Capozzi | April 26, 2013
-content by Hilary Tucker- Tonight at midnight, I will be departing for another weekend trip. Last weekend was the first weekend in nearly a month and a half which I spent in my home city.…

Syracuse to Madrid. Madrid to Syracuse.

By Adam Capozzi | April 25, 2013
-content by Hilary Tucker- If you have been following my blog over the past 11 weeks, you would know I have been studying in Madrid, Spain for the semester. So many SU students make the…

Orange pride in Madrid

By Adam Capozzi | April 22, 2013
-content by Hilary Tucker- As an SU student, faculty member, or alumni, we know what bleeding orange truly means. There is something special about Syracuse University that makes us feel proud to be a part…

Student Stories

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Embracing Classes and Culture During a Semester Abroad

By Rylee Pohancsek | March 11, 2022
Although the pandemic unexpectedly changed many Syracuse University students’ plans that didn’t stop them from pursuing opportunities that they had dreamed of doing. Stephanie Pagán ’22 (WHIT/MAX) always knew that she wanted to study abroad…
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Two Degrees in Four Years, Student Able to Accelerate Professional Goals

By Mallory Carlson | January 11, 2022
Though she is only in her third year at Syracuse University, Haley Francois ’22 will be graduating with a bachelor’s degree in accounting this spring. However, she will return next fall – but this time…
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Student Finds Passion for Entrepreneurship, Education in Cryptocurrency

By Mallory Carlson | November 16, 2021
Sophie Waldman ’22 starts every day by reading the news and checking the markets. As a finance and entrepreneurship & emerging enterprises (EEE) double major, staying on top of current events is a must, but…

Focus on Faculty: Faculty Profiles and Research

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Jamie Lyn Perry: New Management Professor Explores How Diverse Teams Can Create Better Organizational Outcomes

By Caroline Reff | November 9, 2021
From her days of participating in team sports to her new position as an assistant professor of management at Syracuse University’s Whitman School, Jamie Lyn Perry has always been interested in how people work together…
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Tianyue Zhao ’13 M.S. Returns to Share Her Professional Experiences with Current Whitman Students

By Caroline Reff | November 9, 2021
Tianyue Zhao ’13 M.S. made a positive impression on the faculty of Syracuse University’s Whitman School while working on her master’s degree in finance. Almost a decade later, that reputation stuck with her as she…
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Rachael Goodwin: Management Professor Focuses on Obstacles Facing Women on the Path to Leadership

By Caroline Reff | November 9, 2021
While working in New York City 15 years ago, Rachael Goodwin fell in love with Central New York while on a weekend trip. When she heard about an opening at the Whitman School for an…

Alumni and Friends

Class Notes

May 2022 Class Notes

By Liz Holloway | May 9, 2022
We welcome announcements of new jobs, promotions, board positions, marriages and family additions. Please visit our online submission form to share your news. You can also use this form to request your copy of the Whitman biannual magazine via email…
Class Notes

April 2022 Class Notes

By Liz Holloway | April 9, 2022
We welcome announcements of new jobs, promotions, board positions, marriages and family additions. Please visit our online submission form to share your news. You can also use this form to request your copy of the Whitman biannual magazine via email…
Class Notes

March 2022 Class Notes

By Liz Holloway | March 6, 2022
We welcome announcements of new jobs, promotions, board positions, marriages and family additions. Please visit our online submission form to share your news. You can also use this form to request your copy of the Whitman biannual magazine via email…

Thought Leadership

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Webinar: “Successfully Navigating a Multi-Country and Multi-Cultural World”

By Dawn McWilliams | March 11, 2022
The Kiebach Center for International Business Studies at Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management and the Central New York International Business Alliance presented: “Successfully Navigating a Multi-Country and Multi-Cultural World“ Our panelists discussed: the multi-market…
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Burak Kazaz Elected President-Elect of MSOM and Continues Sharing his Research on COVID-19 Vaccines and Wine Analytics

By Caroline Reff | December 7, 2021
Burak Kazaz Elected President-Elect of MSOM and Continues Sharing his Research on COVID-19 Vaccines and Wine Analytics Burak Kazaz has been an exceptional member of the Whitman School faculty since 2007. Much of his research…

Business in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities

By Dawn McWilliams | October 28, 2021
Held Nov. 17, 2021 The Whitman School of Management hosted its popular Syracuse University Talks Business webinar series on Business in Asia. The panel featured experts who discussed many topics including: The implications of the…

Meet the 2022 Kenya Cultural Immersion Trip Travel Team

By Elizabeth Wimer | May 13, 2022
Meet the 2022 Kenya Cultural Immersion Trip Travel Team Today we introduce the 2022 Kenya Cultural Immersion Trip travel team. Learn more about each of the members and their roles to make this experiential learning…
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Live With the Kenya Cultural Immersion Trip Travel Team from Nairobi, Kenya

By Dawn McWilliams | May 13, 2022
Recorded Zoom Conference With the Kenya Cultural Immersion Trip Travel Team From Nairobi, Kenya The Kenya Cultural Immersion Trip Travel Team from Nairobi, Kenya held a live Zoom conference during their trip in May. Check…
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What I Learned Studying Abroad in London

By Alexandra Kinder | April 18, 2022
Finals are quickly approaching, which means this semester is coming to an end. I honestly can not believe I even wrote that sentence, because there was a time, I was thinking that I would not…

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