From left, Interim Dean Alex McKelvie, Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud present student Trevor Kaminski with theWalter K. Zinsmeister award, with professor Gary La Point.

73rd Salzberg Program Awardees, Supply Chain Excellence and Environmental Social Governance

73rd Salzberg Program Awardees, Supply Chain Excellence and Environmental Social Governance The Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University’s H.H. Franklin Center for Supply Chain Management hosted its annual Harry E. Salzberg Memorial Lecture Program on Oct. 13. Established in 1949, the annual Salzberg event is a central…
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Orange Tank 2022 Awards $41,000 to Student and Alumni Entrepreneurs

Orange Tank 2022 Awards $41,000 to Student and Alumni Entrepreneurs On Sept. 30, 2022, the Whitman School of Management hosted its eighth annual Orange Tank business pitch competition. The event brought Whitman students and alumni entrepreneurs together to pitch their…
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Whitman Student Takes Ample Leadership Opportunities In and Out of the Classroom

Before coming to college, Bryan Reynoso ’23 was always drawn in by Syracuse University’s atmosphere, opportunities and comradery. Once he started classes, he realized the Whitman School of Management had all the same characteristics.  The finance and entrepreneurship & emerging enterprises double…
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Gartner Ranks Whitman’s Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Program Among Top 25

Gartner, Inc. announced that the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University is one of the top 25 in the country for its supply chain management (SCM) program, granting a No. 23 ranking to the undergraduate program. Fifty-five institutions in the U.S. and Canada…
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Tracy Barash ’89 Appointed Chair of the Whitman Advisory Council

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management has announced that Tracy Barash ’89 has been appointed chair of the Whitman Advisory Council. Tracy Barash ’89 is senior vice president/head of research, data and insights, business operations and franchise planning for…
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Tackling Classes, Exploring Cultures and Running a Startup While Studying Abroad

Ben Ford ’23 brought his entrepreneurial spirit with him while he studied abroad at Syracuse University’s London Center this past semester. As a marketing management student at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management, Ford balanced classes, travel and work on…
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Whitman’s Alumni Connection to Big Four Helps Many Students Secure Jobs

Have you ever wondered where students end up after they graduate from Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management? Twenty-five percent of undergraduate students will accept an offer at one of the “Big Four” companies.  The Big Four professional services networks…
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Eugene ‘Gene’ Anderson to Depart Syracuse, Tapped to Lead University of Pittsburgh’s Business School, McKelvie to Serve as Interim 

Eugene “Gene” Anderson, dean of the Martin J. Whitman School of Management since 2017, today announced he will conclude his time at Syracuse University next month. After more than five years at the Whitman School, Anderson will return home to his native…
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Capstone Competition Highlights Business Skills, Entrepreneurial Spirit of Whitman’s Graduating Seniors

From women’s-only sports betting to water-saving shower nozzles, this semester’s Capstone Competition at Syracuse University’s Whitman School showcased amazing business ideas that demonstrated students’ skills in development, ideation, research and financial planning. The two-day event, held April 29 and 30,…
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Panasci Business Competition Winners Showcase Entrepreneurial Spirit on Campus

The Syracuse University campus is always buzzing with great ideas, and the Panasci Business Plan Competition is an excellent example of that entrepreneurial spirit. A campus-wide business plan event hosted annually by the Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE)…
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SUNY Upstate, Syracuse University Partner for MD/MBA Program

SUNY Upstate Medical University and Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management are launching a joint MD/MBA, which allows students to earn two valuable degrees in a coordinated five-year program. Applicants for this new joint program at Upstate Medical…
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Whitman School of Management Announces STEM-Designation for Master’s in Professional Accounting Program

Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management announced that its master’s in professional accounting program has now received STEM-designation. The class of 2022 will be the first to graduate with this new STEM certification.  “We have made notable innovations…
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Kara Montellano ’23 MBA: Unexpected Detour Led Her to an MBA at Whitman

Kara Montellano ’23 MBA believes that life “has a way of taking you on a detour you didn’t plan for.” Fortunately, her most recent detour took her to Syracuse University’s Whitman School this past fall to pursue an MBA with concentrations in…
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Whitman Seniors Featured Among Poets&Quants for Undergrad’s Best & Brightest Undergraduate Business Majors for 2022

Two Martin J. Whitman School of Management seniors, Bailey Loughnane ’22 (WHIT/A&S) and Tiffany Yang ’22 (WHIT/iSchool), were selected by Poets&Quants for Undergrads to be highlighted  in its annual “best & brightest undergraduate business majors” feature. This is the seventh annual list, which honors 100…
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Whitman’s Full-Time MBA Program Achieves Highest U.S. News Ranking Since 1998

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University is now ranked #57 in the nation for its full-time MBA program by U.S. News & World Report. This is the highest-ranking for the Whitman School since 1998 and is…
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Yang, Loughnane Serve as Class of 2022 Whitman Class Marshals

Bailey Loughnane ’22 (WHIT/A&S) and Tiffany Yang ’22 (WHIT/iSchool) have been selected as the 2022 Whitman Class Marshals. In their role, they will lead this year’s senior class to the Commencement.  Loughnane and Yang are involved in organizations and awards…
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Anushree Jagdish ’23 MBA: MBA Program Introduces Real-World Scenarios, New Traditions and a Welcoming “Orange Family”

Anushree Jagdish ’23 MBA came to Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management after working in the advertising industry in her home country of India for a number of years. Equipped with an undergraduate degree in finance, she hopes to expand…
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Career Exploration Experiences Offered Whitman Students an Inside Look at NYC Businesses, Engagement with Alumni

The semester break wasn’t only a time for rest and relaxation. For a number of students at Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management, it was an opportunity to explore some exciting career options with a virtual trip to New York…
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Whitman School Launches New Professional Certification Program

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University is proud to launch the Whitman Industry Readiness & Excellence (WIRE) Initiative, an innovative new program that strengthens our commitment to prepare our students for a world of accelerating change.…
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Haynie Taps Into Entrepreneurial Background to Manage COVID-19 on Campus

Haynie Taps Into Entrepreneurial Background to Manage COVID-19 on Campus Mike Haynie holds many titles at Syracuse University: Barnes Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Whitman School, executive director of the Institute of Veterans and Military Families and, what might be…
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WISE Center Incorporates New Programs With COVID-19 Response Funding

WISE Center Incorporates New Programs With COVID-19 Response Funding Last year, the WISE Women’s Business Center received a $420,000 grant from the Small Business Association to support the Center’s COVID-19 response activities. The funding, which was to be used between…
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Blackstone LaunchPad Is Hub for Whitman Students

Blackstone LaunchPad Is Hub for Whitman Students When students come to the Whitman School to pursue entrepreneurship, they have a unique opportunity to further their business ventures through Syracuse University’s Blackstone LaunchPad. An innovation hub that connects the University’s thriving…
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Fall 2021 Capstone Competition Winners Announced

A semester’s worth of ideation, concept development, financial planning and research culminated in a two-day Capstone Competition at Syracuse University’s Whitman School on Dec. 10 and Dec. 11. All senior undergraduates completing the required 3-credit Strategic and Entrepreneurial Management course…
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Breaking Barriers: Whitman Alumni Are Redefining Workplace Roles, Leading Through Innovation and Technology and Carving Out Diverse Paths to Success

Breaking Barriers: Whitman Alumni Are Redefining Workplace Roles, Leading Through Innovation and Technology and Carving Out Diverse Paths to Success Whether it’s educating its students and faculty on issues surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion; fostering new ventures through research, innovation…
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Curricular Changes for Master’s in EEE and Professional Accounting Master’s Programs

EEE Master’s Program Adjusts Requirements to Better Fit Student Business Goals The core of entrepreneurship is creating unique ideas and solutions that provide value for customers. So, it is only fitting that Whitman’s master of science in entrepreneurship and emerging…
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Despite Pandemic, Whitman Continues NYC Learning Opportunities

Despite Pandemic, Whitman Continues NYC Learning Opportunities The Whitman Career Center team continued to provide students with opportunities to connect with and learn from our alumni network of leaders and change makers in New York City during the pandemic. Although…
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Future of the Workplace: Innovation, Flexibility Dominate Post-COVID-19 Environment

Future of the Workplace: Innovation, Flexibility Dominate Post-COVID-19 Environment Future of the Workplace: Innovation, Flexibility Dominate Post-COVID-19 Environment Though the initial frenzy of COVID-19 in the workplace may be over, the pandemic is having a lasting impact on offices around…
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Stephanie Johnson: Building Success One Brick at a Time

Stephanie Johnson: Building Success One Brick at a Time You might say Stephanie Johnson ’05 built her most recent career opportunity brick-by-brick—Lego® bricks, that is. After working for Liz Claiborne, Ralph Lauren and the Simon Property Group, Johnson was recently…
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Three Generations of the Zaretzky Family Take Pride in Their Orange Legacy

Three Generations of the Zaretzky Family Take Pride in Their Orange Legacy In August 2021, when Lee Zaretzky ’89 and his wife, Lauren, dropped off their oldest child Matt Zaretzky ’25 to study real estate at the Whitman School, Lee…
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Loss Reduction During Wildfires and Other Disasters: Implications of Individuals and Organizations, Public and Private

Loss Reduction During Wildfires and Other Disasters: Implications of Individuals and Organizations This year’s wildfires in the western United States have been raging so severely that even East Coast residents felt the effects on air quality—compelling evidence for the timeliness…