On October 1st, the MBA Women International – Tulane Chapter hosted a fundraising event at school. Daniel Paschall took professional head shots for students to use on their LinkedIn, Facebook, blogs, etc. Some of the money was donated to an MBA1 student’s charity, Enlighten through Travel. Lydia Onimo, a first […]
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The Tulane University Freeman Consulting Group has kicked off the 2012-2013 year with a great slate of projects and events designed to give graduate-level business students access to real-world, hands-on consulting and industry experience, as well as networking and job/internship opportunities. Our membership is at an all-time high of nearly […]
After our Hurrication thanks to Hurricane Isaac, we are in full swing here at Tulane. Second year is different from first year because we have the opportunity to choose more of our classes than ever before. I am currently taking Market Research, Executive Leadership, Competition & Strategy as electives and […]
The Graduate Business Council is dedicated to enhancing all aspects of life as a graduate business student here at Tulane. School socials have ranged from a Halloween party to bowling and dancing at Rock-N-Bowl. This past Saturday, we got out and played some kickball at Monroe Quad. We had MBAs, […]
Presenting the 2012-2013 Graduate Business Council: Members and roles top left to right and then bottom left to right: Rohit Rayudu, VP Finance; Mike Sander, GAPSA Senator; Han-I Chen, VP International Affairs; Albin Soares, President; Dilip Kumar, VP of Career Development and Alumni Affairs; Elizabeth Freudmann, VP Academic Affairs; Lauren Nelson, VP Student Affairs; Rodrigo Castro Foulkes, GAPSA Senators; Juan Carlos Aguirre, VP […]
One of the student groups that I’ve been involved with this year is Freeman Consulting Group (FCG). FCG provides free consulting services to both for-profit and non-profit businesses. You can see a list of the projects that we are currently involved with here. I’m interested in healthcare consulting, and I […]
Is there anything better on a hot early Fall afternoon than a locally-produced organic gourmet popsicle? No, there’s not. This afternoon, two Freeman school organizations gave out free Pete’s Pedal Pops out on the back patio of GWII (our building). They have some crazy flavors like Strawberry Basil and Pineapple […]