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36. Freeman Means Burkenroad: Samra Nawaz (MBA ’14)

36. Freeman Means Burkenroad: Samra Nawaz (MBA ’14)

While studying for my undergraduate degree in Business Administration in Pakistan, I had the pleasure of competing in the CFA Investment Research Challenge (2010-2011) which gave me my first taste of equity research. Read more here.

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38. Freeman Means Triumph: Katherine Sharp (MBA ’14)

38. Freeman Means Triumph: Katherine Sharp (MBA ’14)

Attending Freeman has given me the skills and confidence I needed to accomplish whatever I put my mind to. Read more here.

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41. Freeman Means Hospitality: Stefanie Greiner (MBA Exchange Student)

41. Freeman Means Hospitality: Stefanie Greiner (MBA Exchange Student)

As an exchange student my Freeman experience was brief, but very intense. I had the opportunity to study in a completely new environment and under totally different circumstances than my previous semesters in Austria. Read more here.

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42. Freeman Means Development: Harshit Devpura (MBA ’14)

42. Freeman Means Development: Harshit Devpura (MBA ’14)

A couple of years back, the word development would mean writing some new java code for software to me. Read more here.

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44. Freeman Means Recipe: Maurio Ingato (MBA ’15)

44. Freeman Means Recipe: Maurio Ingato (MBA ’15)

Coming from a culinary and hospitality management background, I have become very familiar with recipes. Read more here.

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45. Freeman Means Ingenuity: Donald Faust (MBA ’14)

45. Freeman Means Ingenuity: Donald Faust (MBA ’14)

The A. B. Freeman School provides students with a strong education in the business disciplines. Read more here.

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46. Freeman Means Foundation: Parker Koerner (MBA ’14)

46. Freeman Means Foundation: Parker Koerner (MBA ’14)

As a graduate student, I see the Freeman School as a foundation for different areas of personal and professional development. Read more here.

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49. Freeman Means Learning: Shyamal Mandirwala (MBA ’15)

49. Freeman Means Learning: Shyamal Mandirwala (MBA ’15)

I spent close to six years working after receiving my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering when I realized that I needed additional business experience to achieve my objectives in life. Read more here.

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50. Freeman Means Travel: Michael Rossos (MBA ’14)

50. Freeman Means Travel: Michael Rossos (MBA ’14)

I’ve always been avid traveler; every chance I get I try to visit a new place and experience a new culture. Read more here.

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53. Freeman Means Breakthrough: Min Zhang (MBA ’14)

53. Freeman Means Breakthrough: Min Zhang (MBA ’14)

I recently read an article in the Financial Times regarding new MBA rankings: the article talked about how alumni think about the helpfulness of their MBA programs related to their future potential career breakthroughs – naturally, some Business schools received high ratings compared to others. Read more here.

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