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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

Poets and Quants' Top-50 MBA student calls Risa Mish "One of the most influential and engaging professors I have had in …
Bloomberg, Mayor de Blasio and President Skorton attend Cornell Tech Groundbreaking on Roosevelt Island
How are new and emerging technologies creating new challenges and opportunities? With Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta, …
Dana Cole, MBA ’16, highlights benefits of an MBA for rising executives
Laurie Sedgwick, Director of Career Management, Executive MBA, interviews an EMBA Alumna
A study co-authored by Johnson Professors Vishal Gaur and George Gao demonstrates that improved inventory management …
More than 50 students received awards for their achievements while studying at Johnson at Cornell University
Professor Jim Detert exhorts graduates to undertake worthy acts despite the potential risks and fears associated with …
Poets & Quants named Joe Hintz, MBA '15, among its top-50 MBA graduates to watch. 
/Portals/32/hili_Confidence-Code-book.jpg The Women's Management Council hosted a viewing of a PwC live webcast, Aspire …
/Portals/32/hili_Judi-Byers (2).jpg Johnson Admissions led by new Executive Director
/Portals/32/images/320x News Hilites/hili_JWiT-2015.jpg Student-led collaboration provides MBA students with tools to …
/Portals/32/images/320x News Hilites/March-ASQ-Cover-320x320.jpg Johnson's academic journal named 4* journal by the …
/Portals/32/GivingDay.png What difference can one day make?
Johnson Dean Soumitra Dutta talks to "Dean & Provost" on collaborating and taking risks too develop innovative MBA programs
International Business Competition Attracted Entries from 50 Business Schools and 18 Countries around the World
Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise speaker Chris Librie, senior director of living progress and strategy at Hewlett …
Zach Shulman, Cornell University's director of entrepreneurship, talks to Bloomberg West about the Cornell Tech campus …
Dana Radlciffe was invited by the U.S. Army to share principles of ethically wielding power and responsibility with top …
Two teams from the Strategic Marketing Immersion were invited to share consumer insights gained through a sponsored project
Consumers are more likely to click a sponsored link when their searched keywords are less-popular, according to new …
Ribeiro, a former senior member of the Brazilian Federal Government, will focus his studies on the services industries in …
Classmates of Grant Miller, MBA '16, gathered in Sage Hall to attend his promotion to Lt. Commander, U.S. Navy. Bill …
Business is the largest catalyst for change, when it comes to transitioning to a carbon-neutral economy, writes Jeremy …
MBA students flock to annual event
Chinese student Ada Chan takes us through her daily routine
Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise Director Mark Milstein delivers the inaugural lecture in Johnson’s Thought …
Dean Soumitra Dutta shares insights on U.S. competitiveness from the Global Innovation Index at the Information …
Cornell Executive Business Education (CEBE) Director Devin Bigoness and Regional Director Keith Driver discuss highlights …
Erik Simanis, m anaging director of market creation strategies at the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise, writes in …
Fast Company  reports on a new study in Johnson's Administrative Science Quarterly  that explains why professional …
A two-year MBA student shares his perspective
Eric Gladstone, PhD candidate at Johnson, talks on the Wall Street Journal Digital Network about his new research on how …
 Article focuses on the intersection of social media and big data
MBA Students enjoy outdoor challenges and teamwork exercises
New research suggests that people with feminine facial features are offered less in negotiations than those with more …
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals honors William Schmidt with Doctoral Dissertation Award

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