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Case Competition Success in DC

By Danielle Goodroe | January 7, 2014

– Content by: Kimi Chu MBA ’15-   As exciting as it may seem, participating in the Howard University case competition brought a fully loaded and unforgettable experience in Washington DC. The school offered not only the opportunity to compete…

An Opportunity to Experience

By Danielle Goodroe | December 31, 2013

-Content by Jack Weigle MBA ’14- I completed  an experiential learning project this past semester for my Corporate Financial Policy & Strategy class with Professor Barkley. We worked with Driver’s Village to determine whether or not the company should enter…

Can’t be thrifty for Macklemore…

By Danielle Goodroe | December 31, 2013

-Content by Aishik Barua MBA ’15- …But we SU students did not need to think twice about it. Being an SU student got us tickets for only $15 to see Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (as opposed to a $100 for…

Thanksgiving in Alaska

By Danielle Goodroe | December 16, 2013

-Content by Jinbin Ma MBA ’14- When my friends heard of my Thanksgiving break would be in Alaska, their first reaction was “you don’t feel cold enough in Syracuse?” After a ten hour flight from Syracuse to Anchorage, along with…

Experience the Windy City

By Danielle Goodroe | December 10, 2013

-Content by: Ronak Chiripal MBA’14- It was Thanksgiving time again in the US and all of us were excited since we had a week long break. Two of my friends and I made plans to go to Chicago for 4…

The city that beckons

By Danielle Goodroe | December 6, 2013

Content by Aishik Barua MBA ‘ 15 Up until a few months back, New York City was a dream. However, this Thanksgiving was the fifth time I visited the city (that’s what we call the city that never sleeps, here…

Whitman Graduate Students Celebrate International Week 2013

By Danielle Goodroe | November 26, 2013

Content by: Aayushi Chiripal MBA ’14 From November 12th through November 15th the Whitman School of Management was all about fun, food and fiesta as we celebrated the Whitman International Festival 2013 in association with Whitman Graduate Student Organization and…

Whitman Alumni Club Mentoring Program

By Adam Capozzi | November 21, 2013

-content by Maryann Akinboyewa- I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into when I signed up for the Whitman Alumni Club Mentoring Program. I just knew it was something I had to do. Now that I’m in my…

Uncertainty breeds optimism

By Aishik Barua | November 20, 2013

A second-year MBA student, Justin Cuddeback, is looking forward to Graduation Day and life beyond, come summer. Until now though, his hopes and dreams were slightly tainted with the uncertainty of the economic situation that has surrounded us for quite…

Traveling through Europe

By Adam Capozzi | November 13, 2013

-content by Tatiana Turner- Heidelberg, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Brugge, Paris, Valencia, Ibiza, Segovia, Barcelona, Toledo, Mallorca, Sevilla, Cordoba, Morocco, Prague, Amsterdam, Granada, Pisa, Florence, and Madrid. These are all of the cities and countries I have either traveled to, or have…

The Hunt for Employment

By Adam Capozzi | October 25, 2013

-content by Sam Whitaker- Securing a job can at times be an overwhelming process. Deciding what you want to do for the rest of your life is challenging enough, and when you add in the job search and interview processes,…

A Day Outside of the Office…

By Adam Capozzi | July 29, 2013

-content by Hilary Tucker- As I mentioned in my previous blog post, the impact of an internship is almost incomparable to any course, organization, or program you take part in during your undergraduate years. As I prepare for the final…

My Summer Internship

By Adam Capozzi | July 17, 2013

-content by Tatiana Turner-   After living in New York City for a month now, I can already tell that I have learned so much. Although I moved here for the summer to complete my internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and…

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 working as a private brand…

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 helpful it can be to…

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 been fortunate enough to obtain…

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. I absolutely love Madrid, but…

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 great decision to study abroad…

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 of the orange community, and…

Whitman MBAs win annual Duke MBA games for second year in a row

By Danielle Goodroe | April 19, 2013

Fifteen MBA students from the Whitman School of Management took first place at the annual Duke MBA Games this past weekend at Duke University in Durham, N.C., repeating their 2012 victory. The annual competition, which raises money for Special Olympics,…

Feeling at Home

By Adam Capozzi | April 10, 2013

-content by Hilary Tucker- I have just returned from a fantastic Spring Break trip! For the past ten days I traveled throughout Italy with my family. We visited Rome, Florence, and Pisa! As you can imagine, there is a lot…

My College Selection Process

By Adam Capozzi | April 3, 2013

-content by Tatiana Turner- Hearing that acceptance letters for fall 2013 are going out brings back my memories of getting accepted to the Whitman School of Management. Since I am from Georgia, I constantly get the question “Why Syracuse?!” When…

Starting Your College Search – Visit Us at Whitman!

By Adam Capozzi | April 1, 2013

-content by Carol Heil- Are you starting your college search and thinking about studying business?  Then we invite you to visit SU’s Whitman School of Management.  My name is Carol Heil and I am the Director of Undergraduate Recruitment at…

Balancing Work and School while Studying Abroad

By Adam Capozzi | March 27, 2013

-content by Hilary Tucker- Before I arrived in Europe, I had this idea that abroad would be four months of nonstop traveling, museum tours, meeting new friends, trying new food, and finding fun places to go out at night. I…

Mid-semester wrap-up

By Adam Capozzi | March 25, 2013

-content by Sam Whitaker- After seven weeks of hard work, spring break has finally arrived in Syracuse. As I depart for a five-day getaway to Florida, I wanted to take a minute to reflect on the spring semester so far.…

Congratulations from the Director of Undergraduate Recruitment

By Adam Capozzi | March 22, 2013

-content by Carol Heil, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment- Congratulations to all of our newly admitted undergraduate students!  This year’s applicant pool was especially competitive – kudos to you on being accepted into our Whitman family.  I am Carol Heil, Director…

The search for an Internship – stressful but supported

By Adam Capozzi | March 22, 2013

-content by Sam Whitaker- One very appealing aspect of the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University is the breadth of courses and other requirements you must fulfill before graduation. Included in this wide breadth is the requirement for each…

Why I Chose Whitman

By Adam Capozzi | March 19, 2013

-content by Sam Whitaker – Upon arriving at the Whitman school for my first visit, I was immediately impressed with the building. The classrooms were loaded with extensive technology systems, and had the feel of a real, professional business school. …

Hello from Europe

By Adam Capozzi | March 11, 2013

-content by Hillary Tucker – It is hard to believe I have been in Europe for nearly 6 weeks now. Time is going by so quickly! Eurovison feels like just the other day.  I enjoyed traveling all around Europe on…

Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Fraternity

By Adam Capozzi | February 27, 2013

-content by Tatiana Turner- This semester I decided to pledge the accounting fraternity Beta Alpha Psi.  Open only to accounting majors – requiring GPA and service requirements, as well as an application for admission – Beta Alpha Psi members discuss…

Meet Hillary Tucker

By Adam Capozzi | February 26, 2013

-content provided by Hillary Tucker – Hi everyone! I’m Hillary Tucker, a junior in the Whitman school studying finance, and dual majoring in public relations in the Newhouse School. For the spring semester I will be studying abroad in Madrid…

MSF First Semester Experience

By John Miranda | February 5, 2013

The first semester flew by as I now begin my second and final semester in the MSF program here at Whitman. It was a great experience as I was exposed to many different things both inside and outside the classroom.…

Coming Home

By Adam Capozzi | January 29, 2013

-Content by Sam Whitaker- Before my semester abroad in Europe, I hadn’t spent more than a month away from my family, friends, or hometown of Syracuse. After four months full of speaking Spanish, going to class on a metro, and…