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New course explores the process behind new products

New course explores the process behind new products

  What does it take to create a successful product? According to John Clarke, it’s probably not what you think. “It’s kind of a myth that there has to be some kind of epiphany,” says Clarke, a professor of practice in management at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of […]

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47. Freeman Means Panoramic: Mitch Karam (MBA ’14)

47. Freeman Means Panoramic: Mitch Karam (MBA ’14)

When thinking about my experience at Freeman and Tulane, I think of the many reasons why I’m glad I selected the Tulane MBA program. Read more here.

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How I get to school

As many of you prospective business school students begin the decision process for next fall, we’ve been asked to write on a few topics about day-to-day life here at Tulane. Today – I will tackle the subject of how to get to school. Tulane is lucky to be located in […]

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The Best Thing About B-School

So, I was asked by one of my good friends who is considering b-school what, in my opinion was the best thing about it. I thought it was an interesting question and decided to give it some deep thought. When May comes around and I have to leave New Orleans […]

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time is not on my side

As roommates and friends gather in a nearby room in my apartment on a Saturday night to hang before Fringe Festival events, I am overcome with that all too familiar feeling of the endless amounts of time studying that one can spend as a student. We took a Finance midterm today from […]

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The Argentina Adventure

So I’m finally back in the swing of classes after a fantastic week in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Class started November 3rd, but I went a few days early to enjoy and explore the city. Buenos Aires was not at all what I expected, but it was definitely a pleasant surprise. […]

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A Week Off! (Or on?)

As the second-year MBAs all live it up in Argentina (undoubtedly learning something), us first-years basically have the week off. We did have one Finance class Tuesday, but after that – we’ve been free. We’re thankful to have some free days, but for many of us those days are filled […]

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So this isn’t the greatest picture but it’s all of us in Buenos Aires watching the Sa

So this isn’t the greatest picture but it’s all of us in Buenos Aires watching the Sa

So this isn’t the greatest picture but it’s all of us in Buenos Aires watching the Saints game at an American bar last night. JPV

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Of Virtues and Visions

Of Virtues and Visions

Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, president of India from 2002 to 2007, spoke at Tulane University on Monday 26th October 2009. Dr. Kalam addressed a large audience comprising of the sizable Indian student body at Tulane, and the Indian students who came from a few other universities around New […]

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Hemlines, hairstyles, & husbands

Last week, Jennifer Allyn, managing director in the Office of Diversity for PricewaterhouseCoopers, came to Tulane to discuss women and ambition. Ms. Allyn discussed how to women ambition can often be perceived as a negative trait, and how companies should address women’s needs in the workplace differently. The audience was […]

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