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Brandon Iglesias: STEM + Business = Innovation

Brandon Iglesias: STEM + Business = Innovation

This video is a testament to the drive and intellectual curiosity of Tulane MBA alumnus, Brandon Iglesias and the powerful potential of combining a STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) undergraduate degree with a graduate business degree. STEM graduates are common in many programs at the Freeman School; Full-time MBA, Professional MBA, […]

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Tulane Energy Club Networking Before Houston Energy Expo

Tulane Energy Club Networking Before Houston Energy Expo

The Tulane Energy Club New Orleans and the newly formed Tulane Energy Club Houston gathered for a night of networking, bowling, food, and drinks in Houston, Texas prior to Tulane’s recruiting event, the Houston Energy Expo in September 2014. The Tulane Energy Club of New Orleans consists of business undergraduates, […]

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A New Era for Tulane Football

A New Era for Tulane Football

With eleven wins in four years you could say that Tulane Football was a disappointment in my undergraduate years. All of that has now changed for the better with Tulane’s state of the art Yulman Stadium opening September 6th versus throwback rival Georgia Tech (like Tulane a founding member of […]

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Freeman School’s Study Abroad Program Ranked #5

Freeman School’s Study Abroad Program Ranked #5

The Freeman School’s study abroad programs are ranked #5 in the US. This ranking is ahead of many prestigious universities such as Stanford and Harvard. Check out the list here.

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10. Freeman Means Multifaceted: Kenny Wang (MBA, MD, MPH)

10. Freeman Means Multifaceted: Kenny Wang (MBA, MD, MPH)

As a joint degree student (Business, Doctor, Public Health) with the dream of being an ER physician and hospital administrator, I invested 3 semesters of my time at Freeman. Read more here.

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11. Freeman Means Rebirth: Thomas Altman (MBA ’14)

11. Freeman Means Rebirth: Thomas Altman (MBA ’14)

Getting an MBA from the Freeman School gave me the opportunity to create for myself a fulfilling and meaningful career path. Read more here.

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12. Freeman Means Memories: Nuttapol Kamsaeng (MBA ’14)

12. Freeman Means Memories: Nuttapol Kamsaeng (MBA ’14)

Freeman means many things for me, but I think the best word to describe it is memories. Read more here.

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13. Freeman Means Challenges: Sam Smith (MBA ’14)

13. Freeman Means Challenges: Sam Smith (MBA ’14)

We all face adversity whether it’s genetic, socioeconomic, nationality or anything which makes life seem more difficult for us. Read more here.

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17. Freeman Means Creativity: David Bode (MBA ’14)

17. Freeman Means Creativity: David Bode (MBA ’14)

Freeman has given me the tools I need to build my own career. Read more here.

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19. Freeman Means Impact: Emilia Anderson (MBA ’14)

19. Freeman Means Impact: Emilia Anderson (MBA ’14)

As students at The Freeman School, we have the opportunity to engage with New Orleans entrepreneurs in and out of the classroom, and the chance to create real impact within the New Orleans community. Read more here.

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