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Double Digits and Counting: How Four Sisters Started a Syracuse Alumni Tradition

HomeWhitman100Whitman BriefingsStudent SpotlightsAlumni & FriendsFocus on Faculty Double Digits and Counting: How Four Sisters Started a Syracuse Alumni Tradition BLEEDING ORANGE SINCE 1997. That is my mantra. Syracuse lives within me and forever will. Those who know me are well aware…

Alumnus Pushes Boundaries, Broadens Student Experience through NYC Network

HomeWhitman100Whitman BriefingsStudent SpotlightsAlumni & FriendsFocus on Faculty Alumnus Pushes Boundaries, Broadens Student Experience through NYC Network Jeff Lipkin, ’92, looks back on his education at Whitman — then known as the School of Management — and appreciates the solid foundation…

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Whitman Hosts Event to Recognize Contributions of Alumni, Corporate Partners, Friends

HomeWhitman100Whitman BriefingsStudent SpotlightsAlumni & FriendsFocus on Faculty Whitman Hosts Event to Recognize Contributions of Alumni, Corporate Partners, Friends In May, Whitman hosted an evening of appreciation and recognition for our most dedicated and engaged alumni, corporate partners and friends. These…

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Whitman Alumni Testimonials from Around the World

The Orange Network spans all around the globe, from the United States to Asia and beyond. Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management alumni are an integral part of our community. During the 2019 Whitman International Week, the Graduate Student Organization and Olivia and…

From New Delhi to Syracuse, Shubhankar Goel’s ’13 Passion Led Him to Amazon

Even before applying to Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management, Shubhankar Goel `13 knew he was passionate about marketing and meeting new people — and the reason he made the trek to snowy Syracuse, New York from New…

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Whitman School Alumnus Launches Book Titled “Adversity to Advantage: How to Overcome Bullying & Find Entrepreneurial Success”

Randy Ginsburg ‘19 recently launched a book titled “Adversity to Advantage: How to Overcome Bullying & Find Entrepreneurial Success.” Ginsburg, a graduate of the Whitman School of Management, earned a double major in entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises and marketing management…

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Students Sold on Janmester Real Estate Course in NYC

HomeExperiential LearningClass of 2019Student SpotlightsAlumni & FriendsFaculty & Staff Students Sold on Janmester Real Estate Course in NYC Panelists at the Whitman Real Estate Conference In 2009, Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management offered its first Janmester real…

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Orange Tank Business Pitch Competition Doles out $21,000 in Cash to Promising New Ventures

On Oct. 19, 2018, the Whitman School hosted the fourth annual Orange Tank business pitch competition. Student and alumni entrepreneurs pitched their ventures to a panel of accomplished judges in hopes of receiving valuable feedback and winning a cash prize…

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The Whitman School Hosts Third Annual Orange Tank Competition

As part of the 2017 Orange Central celebration at Syracuse University, the Martin J. Whitman School of Management hosted its third annual Orange Tank business pitch competition. During the Orange Tank competition, current Whitman students and alumni entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to…

Alumni of the Week: Jessica Santana ’11 & Ross Burack ’11 Featured on Forbes “30 Under 30” Lists

Jessica Santana, a 2011 Whitman alumnus who also earned a graduate degree at Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies (iSchool) in 2013, was included in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 for Education. She co-created New York On Tech, a nonprofit organization that provides pathways for…

Whitman School Students Receive Whitman Alumni Club of Central New York Awards

The Whitman Alumni Club of Central New York honors four Martin J. Whitman School of Management students with excellence awards. Whitman’s Xinye Zou, Diana Correia and Alexa Cloud received Russell J. Hamilton Scholarship Awards, named for former Whitman School assistant dean, Russ Hamilton. These awards are presented annually to…

Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management Presents Entrepreneurship Excellence Awards to Faculty, Entrepreneurs and Students

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship and the Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) were proud to present awards to outstanding entrepreneurship professionals, faculty and students on Saturday, April 16.…

Whitman marketing students attend Goldberg Marketing Career Exploration Trip to NYC

From social media to analytics to brand management, a marketing degree can lead to a nearly overwhelming number of career paths. This January, a group of 20 sophomores and juniors from the marketing management department attended Whitman’s annual Goldberg Marketing Career…

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Nicole Walters Brings Her Passion For Retail And Developing Talent To Kate Spade

As a 20-something New Yorker steps into the Kate Spade store on 5th Avenue, Nicole Walters ’07 notices something immediately… a yoga mat tucked under the arm of the potential patron. Walters inquires about which yoga studio and type of…

Siteworx Consurtio Pilot Project

Students Help Bring Innovative Research to the Forefront of the B2B Manufacturing Industry

Siteworx, a leading digital experience agency based in Washington, D.C., teamed up with Whitman students Margot Dileno ’15, Peggy Kanterman ’16, Alexandria Lee ’15 and Joseph Simek ’15 to study customer engagement among businessto-business (B2B) manufacturers as part of a Consurtio pilot project. Siteworx…

Minnowbrook Consurtio Pilot Project

Whitman Student Team Impresses SU Chancellor with Strategies to Bring Minnowbrook Back in the Black

Whitman faculty and staff brought together four high-achieving students—Brian Becker, a second-year J.D./MBA, Sandra Carruitero ’16, Kelley Long ’15 and Isaac Signorelli ’15—for a Consurtio pilot project. The challenge would be to make strategic operational recommendations to improve the struggling University-owned Minnowbrook Conference Center and…