People

People

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.

by × May 1, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 29, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 28, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 22, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 22, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 22, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 16, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 11, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

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.

by × April 7, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

People

55. Freeman Means Tradition: George Hopkins (MBA ’14)

55. Freeman Means Tradition: George Hopkins (MBA ’14)

As the VP of Student Affairs for the Graduate Business Council, it is my role to make sure that Freeman students are knowledgeable about how to take advantage of everything that the larger university has to offer. Read more here.

by × April 7, 2014 × Comments are Disabled