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    Excerpt from TechDay -- "Figure out exactly what you want to do, and relentlessly go after it. Some folks might be disciplined and hardworking enough to recruit for more than one industry, but I believe you're a lot more likely to land your target job if you focus."
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "'We’re seeing some companies that were traditionally considered to be in the financial services space — including MasterCard and American Express — expand their recruiting efforts into the digital, product or innovation space,' says Roxanne Hori, associate dean of corporate relations and career services at NYU Stern School of Business."
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    Excerpt from Financial Times -- "Though much of the hype is centered around bitcoin, Prof Yermack says the blockchain could have huge applications for record-keeping in a range of industries, such as the media or arts as well as manufacturing and finance. 'It looks like the blockchain is a replacement for double entry bookkeeping.'... For Mr Lee, this kind of open enrolment programme is a way of differentiating the school from competing institutions through cutting-edge thinking. 'We think about the alignment of market interest and faculty research. We view our short courses as an innovation lab for the school.'"
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    While taking a course entitled “Global Economic Trends and Policy Challenges,” with Professor Gian Luca Clementi, MBA students Ian Greenhaus and Noam Lefkovitz developed a plan to tackle two defining issues of the 21st century in the United States – the revitalization of economically stalled cities and immigration reform.
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    Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "New York University’s Langone part-time MBA program in the Stern School of Business also attracts a diverse array of students, according to Alison Goggin, executive director of MBA admissions. She mentioned a student who came from the beauty industry and now works for Google. A professional dancer recently applied as well. Another example was a doctor who wants to run his or her own practice or become a hospital administrator. 'You don’t have to have taken business classes or quantitative classes or come from a quantitative job to be admissible for the program,' she said."
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "'Companies like MasterCard are competing for talent with other companies in the traditional tech space such as Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Amazon, and Microsoft,' says Roxanne Hori, associate dean of corporate relations at NYU Stern School of Business."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "For me, one of the big things I take pride in is research and publications. One of the first things we instituted after I became dean was the Stern Program For Undergraduate Research, which really enabled our students to get first-hand experience with research projects."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "Being a rising senior at NYU, Goel firmly believes that Stern enabled him to walk into his internship with LinkedIn and make it successful. 'NYU is cool in that it’s not a school that spoon feeds you. But if you want to pursue something, you have all the opportunities and resources you need. This enabled me to tackle things that may have been beyond my scope, which has been very valuable coming into LinkedIn. Here, I can easily take what resources I have and pursue something I’m interested in or use the tools available to me to solve a challenge on my own.'"
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    Excerpt from Delta Sky Magazine -- "'Being at the center of world business here in New York, our educational offerings and students are at the pulse of what's happening now and trending with what's going on in the near future,' [Gallogly] says. 'We've definitely seen a diversification of student interests and have met that with a diversification of our educational offerings.'"
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    Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "In one experiment, half of the participants were shown the current nutrition label for mini chocolate chip cookies, and the other half saw the proposed label. Then they were told they would be offered some, and asked how many they expected to eat. Those who had seen the new label, which used six cookies as a serving size, said they expected to eat more than those who saw the current one, which used three cookies as a serving size."
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    Excerpt from War on the Rocks -- "As leaders in the military, it is our responsibility to ensure a more lethal fighting force in the future. Last week, two women graduated from the Army’s grueling Ranger School for the first time. Before this milestone event, institutional bias in the U.S. Army reinforced an assumption that women would simply never be capable of completing its most challenging small unit leadership course. Captain Griest and Lieutenant Haver’s graduation not only repudiates this assumption, it also demonstrates that there is still much talent within the ranks that remains to be harnessed."
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    Excerpt from Task & Purpose -- "'While we left the military, our passion for working in and with teams stayed with us,' said Shaw. 'We became military officers in the first place to help teams reach their potential and accomplish their missions. CORE was a natural extension of this line of work.'"
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "'We are excited to welcome an exceptional incoming class to NYU Stern,' [Gallogly] tells Poets&Quants. 'The full-time MBA Class of 2017 includes students from more than 60 different countries and with experience that ranges from entrepreneurs to doctors, bankers to teachers, and military veterans to film producers. As diverse as they are individually, what they all share in common is what we call IQ + EQ; they possess both intellectual and interpersonal strengths. We screen for this winning combination of qualities during the admissions process. We know these students will turn ideas into action, inspire others to their cause, and make their mark on the Stern community.'"
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    Excerpt from Techday News -- "...having this venture has not only transformed my outlook on practically everything, but has helped me grow as a student and businesswoman in ways I could never have imagined. Having to solve problems leads you to discover characteristics that you didn't even know you possessed."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "...Apollo says she’s been given the opportunity to flex her own creative muscle and problem solving for Saks. 'I’m in dress collections so the buyer was interested in seeing which trends were in for this year’s prom season. Using "#prom," I was able to incorporate social media to investigate popular trends, then I created a board to visually show the trends.'"
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    Excerpt from CNBC -- "The big jumps have been in the global classes, faculty-led classes that are taking our students to Milan, to China, to other places so that students can get a real hands-on experience in the country, see the culture, see the historical significance and perspectives of those countries and bring those back into companies that are increasingly multi-national in scope."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "Gallogly, assistant dean of MBA admissions at the New York University’s Stern School of Business, estimates he’s read more than 50,000 application essays during his dozen years at the school. While he and his colleagues assess specific attributes and deficiencies related to GMAT scores, undergraduate GPAs, work experience, communication skills, and fit with Stern, ultimately their evaluation falls under a framework they call 'the three Cs': how well applicants would do in the classroom; how successful they would be in their careers; and what kind of character they have."
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    Natalia Levina, NYU Stern Associate Professor of Information Systems, and Manuel Arriaga, NYU Stern Visiting Research Professor and alumnus, were awarded the 2015 Best Published Paper Award by the Organizational Communications and Information Systems (OCIS) Division of the Academy of Management.
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    Excerpt from The Wall Street Journal -- "NYU Stern allows some first-years to begin M.B.A. coursework in July, as a way for students to lighten their course loads for the academic year. While the majority of the school’s Summer Start students are selected by program administrators for their leadership potential or because they might benefit from an early start, NYU holds a few spots for additional students who wish to opt in, said Isser Gallogly, assistant dean of M.B.A. admissions. He said the school has seen more requests for those spots, which carry an additional fee of around $2,500, in recent years. The 60 to 65 summer students 'get to know each other quite well,' and form close ties, Mr. Gallogly said. Come fall, administrators spread them among the six cohort blocks of the M.B.A. class, where they act as 'connectors,' he said."
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    On Wednesday, NYU Stern attended a convening at the White House hosted by the White House Council on Women and Girls and the Council of Economic Advisers. 
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "'In New York, the banks have come back,' says Roxanne Hori, associate dean of career services and corporate relations at NYU Stern. … ‘Hiring is active across all sizes of banking organizations,’ says NYU Stern’s Roxanne."
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    Excerpt from Business Insider -- "'There is no need to build out your whole two years this summer, but you should consider classes or professors that your school is known for and make sure you aren't missing out on anything in early days that would hurt your chances of taking their classes,' Johnson says."
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    Excerpt from MBA Today -- "The NYU Stern's Center of Business and Human Rights is led by co-directors, Research Scholar Sarah Labowitz and Professor Michael Posner, former Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. The representation of these figures from this field within a business school is rare and exceptional. Yet, this is just the beginning. Though only two years old, the CBHR has already helped grow substantive initiatives internationally, and with it sought to establish ongoing links with NYU Stern. This has been seen in the Center's work throughout the developing region, with works in Bangladesh."
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    Excerpt from MBA Schooled -- "Things will vary especially early on, so you’ll need to get used to throttling. Embrace each day, each week for what it’s going to bring. No two days are the same, especially that first semester, so you really need to take each day, each week, each month for what it is."
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    Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "'Our community leaned into hard topics this year. There were awkward moments and sometimes misinformed things were said. But, as a community, we let it get messy. Doing so allowed us to see what needed to be cleaned up.' ... 'When these MBAs enter the workforce, yes, they’ll be able to stand up for injustices, but they will also know how to broach the topics that everyone else is too afraid to touch,' Hurnyak points out."


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