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Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

Landmark gifts herald a new era for Johnson

Dear Alumni and Friends:

In this month when so many alumni are discussing the future at Johnson's Predictions Dinners I am making my own prediction: 2014 will be a pivotal, breakthrough year for Johnson. I take great pleasure in announcing several extraordinary gifts that give us the momentum we need to move forward on our ambitious goals.

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Key Initiatives and Priorities for Funding the Emerging Markets Institute

The vision of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University is to be a premier global business school, and its mission is to develop business leaders who create, transform, and sustain successful organizations around the world; generate research and scholarship which shapes the future practice of management; and train the next generation of business scholars.

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Key Initiatives and Priorities for Funding the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute

Approved by the faculty and formed in September 2010, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute serves as the central place where all things entrepreneurial at Johnson come together, and will provide the institutional funding, management, and structure to build a top-10 entrepreneurship program in five years.

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Distinctly Johnson: Key Initiatives and Priorities for Funding: Faculty Support

A tradition which weaves throughout the history of the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University is the high value placed on faculty who are great teachers not only inside the classroom, but who build strong relationships with students outside the classroom. 

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Johnson graduates know how to harness the collective strength of others to create extraordinary results.

More than ever, leaders must be capable of sustaining, mining, and getting the most out of an organization. Through collaborative learning and immersion in real-world challenges, Johnson students gain essential business skills plus direct experience in leveraging the talent and knowledge of others, yielding more ideas, more possibilities, more thoughtful, well-rounded solutions and, ultimately, extraordinary results.

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News & Highlights

Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta, co-editor of the Global Information Technology Report 2014, with the World Economic Forum …
Soumitra Dutta, co-editor of Global Information Technology Report 2014, holds live press conference from the World …
Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta one of 14 deans, who met with White House senior advisers on best practices for the …
Inaugural class gathers in New York City for instruction at Cornell NYC Tech campus
Articles detail the power of alumni connections for EMBA students and Cornell-Queen's EMBA student profile
Elena Poptodorova, the Bulgarian ambassador to the United States, discussed the situation in the Ukraine the impact that …
Admitted students and their families to get to know their future classmates, current Johnson students, the school, and …
Sarah Brubacher McDonald, MBA ’99, chief of staff to the president of eBay, mixed humor with reality checks before more …
Soumitra Dutta will be honored on March 31 in New Delhi, and deliver lecture on innovation
Executive Director Rhett Weiss to speak to capacity audience; MBA students compete in IdeaCorps Challenge
Wake Forest University School of Business hosted graduate and undergraduate teams come from around the globe to compete …
G. Andrew Karolyi, the Alumni Professor in Asset Management, will serve for three years in the most senior role of …
Core faculty awards recognize teaching excellence in required MBA courses
Students in the Semester in Strategic Operations Immersion Program get inside look at materials handling technology
Available to Corporate Partners of the Institute, the academic research portal provides access to 50 academic journals …
Nanjing one of six Chinese universities whose executive MBA students study at Johnson at Cornell University
Feifan Zhou ’16 and his team take first place with a risk-reducing service for artists and venues
Guest Speaker Rosenfeld pinpoints “Tips to the top: how to succeed in business (but you really do have to try)” 
Six teams will pitch their business ideas to venture capitalists, compete for prize money
The $5 million gift instigated by Rob Dyson, MBA ’74, builds faculty presence for new MBA program in New York City
John Smith, MBA ’74, and spouse Dyan promote education as key to founding and fostering family businesses across …
Johnson's alumni magazine goes in-depth on corporate reputation, manufacturing on U.S. soil, and the entertainment …
Johnson’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise and Toyotomi asked designers from across the globe to create stoves to …
Paper Coauthored by Sachin Gupta Named Among Top 20 in Marketing Science
Author Brad Edmondson and Jeff Furman, chairman of the board of Ben & Jerry’s, discuss the culture and soul of the …
Student teams create their best campaigns, in pursuit of a $1,000 prize
A story in Business Insider talks about innovation in the new MBA at Cornell NYC Tech
Nana Wilberforce, MBA 15, recognized for his plan to realize $15 million in energy savings   
Li Bin, Counselor for Economic Affairs for the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., joins a panel on emerging markets 
Richard J. Coyle will offer thoughts on growth and innovation in Brazil
Bloomberg Businessweek shines the spotlight on the curriculum of the One-Year MBA in NYC Cornell Tech after last night’s …
The Wall Street Journal describes the innovative new MBA program offered by Johnson at Cornell NYC Tech.
Li Bin, expert on China-U.S. economic cooperation, will speak to MBA students in an upcoming Emerging Markets Class.
Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini shared his experience in establishing trust with customers and employees, during the David J. …
Retired General George W. Casey of the U.S. Army to Deliver Keynote on Strategic Leadership at Cornell University, …
Finalists included Johnson at Cornell, Wharton, Chicago Booth, and NYU Stern
In his new book, “Global Pension Crisis: Unfunded Liabilities and How We Can Fill the Gap,” Johnson’s Richard Marin …
International team will undertake research to develop tools that identify and nurture positive links between local …
Johnson welcomes 12 teams from top U.S. and international business schools to the 12th annual competition

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Karen Rohr

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