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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 Leadership Fellows Director Risa Mish leads the first in a special series of workshops for Johnson club leaders.
Dean Soumitra Dutta and Provost Michael Kotlikoff share vision and timeline for establishing Cornell College of Business
MBA student organizers talk about the power of the annual conference for career growth and networking
At Johnson’s NYC Predictions Dinner, NBA Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer Mark Tatum ’91 outlined how …
A new Cornell collaboration means to meet the demand for employees with interdisciplinary knowledge spanning business and …
Johnson Finance Professor Murillo Campello discusses Apple's future with Wharton's David Hsu in this podcast.
Cornell University president Elizabeth Garrett and Cornell College of Business dean Soumitra Dutta discuss Cornell’s new …
Core faculty awards recognize teaching excellence in required MBA courses
Dutta, a member of the “Davos Circle,” attending the annual gathering of world leaders in Davos, Switzerland, and serving …
Maureen O’Hara, the Robert W. Purcell Professor of Management and professor of finance, interviewed by the Bank of …
Program is latest innovation in the semester-long immersive learning experience Johnson pioneered in 1993
Liz Kraushar, MBA '16, and Janaki Palaniappan, MBA '16, talk about MBA and alumni communities at Johnson that support …
Dean Soumitra Dutta talks about Johnson's growth in Ithaca, with its new Collegetown Building and the planned College of …
Rao recognized for scholarly contributions to marketing discipline and service
"Climate change continues to be the single biggest issue we face," Frank says. 
MBA students spent a Saturday morning with the storied firm’s director of Philosophy and long-time employee
Kelly, MBA '16, was discouraged from pursuing a career in investment banking because she is a mother, but she stayed the …
  OneEnergy Scholars program  recognizes graduate students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and vision in the …
John Bonhomme, MBA '07, was named recipient of Johnson's 2015 Wilbur Parker Distinguished Alumni Award for outstanding …
Nine new tenure-track faculty settled into Sage Hall during the fall 2015 semester
Senior Lecturer Randy Allen shares key retail insights with The New York Times.
Student teams competed in developing solutions for local non-profits
Jason Springs, MBA '09, and Diego Rey, Ph.D. '12, met through Johnson Professor Wes Sine, and collaborated to launch and …
Margaret Wu, MBA ’15, shares her MBA journey and co-founding of Uma Bioseed
MBA students gathered in the Dyson Atrium of Sage Hall for a night of dancing and fun to close out the semester's classes. 
9 th Annual Integrative Case Competition required students to analyze, assess, and recommend ways for Twitter to capture …
Johnson faculty members Mark Milstein and Glen Dowell share research findings that help companies design and sell …
South Asia Business Club brings Johnson community together for one of the biggest cultural events of the year
Russo one of 347 researchers recognized for distinguished contributions to their professions
The 274 members of the Class of 2017 compete in this capstone event of their first semester of MBA study
Event ends with unveiling and sampling of new signature ice cream flavor for Johnson, created by faculty and staff and …
Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta talks to Cornell Business Journal about his vision, priorities, and what it's like to be dean. 
David Capaldi, associate director of career services at Johnson, talks to Fortune about the new Cornell-Knopman Interview …
Symposium focused on putting “sustainability” into the vocabulary of finance
With increasing importance placed on international work experience, Johnson’s international study trips offer an …
At sixth annual conference, MBA women explore careers in investment management, gain expert feedback
Johnson Finance Professor Roni Michaely talks to U.S. News & World Report about his research on the declining number of …

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