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  • BusinessBecause
    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "'To be successful in this field, you need to be technical enough to speak the language of data science, but you also need to know how to use data to solve business problems and deliver results,' he said."
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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "Aimed at budding film producers and entertainment industry executives, this degree covers financing and filmmaking. The course is a partnership between NYU Stern School of Business and Kanbar Institute of Film & Television at the Tisch School of the Arts. Students also get a chance to attend the Cannes Film Festival."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants for Undergrads -- "'The number one lesson I learned was the importance of building meaningful relationships. People are what drive business and opportunities. My first exposure to this was simply in interacting with other college students where I observed how much of a difference trust and perception made in all engagements business and personal. This realization was further supplemented by the social impact business core where we focused on thought leadership and communications' – Samir Goel ... 'I believe that capitalism is a game where not everyone has equal starting points, yet everyone is subjected to the same standards – wealth. Studying business has allowed me to understand the game and navigate my life accordingly so as to ensure my survival while hopefully creating some positive externalities along the way.' – Teri Tan"
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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "'I’m a big fan of [professors] Aswath Damodaran and Nouriel Roubini and I knew both of them were teaching here so that got me really excited,' he says. Whether or not faculty also work in business is important, says Mijares. 'When you have classes with practitioners, you learn so much more because you’re learning about things that are happening right now.'"
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    Excerpt from Fox 5 NY News -- "’We are, in-house, creating a prototype for a device that can help reduce bacteria on cell phones.’ [-Casey Clark (MBA '17)] ... ‘We've got two products. We've got a tattoo ink and a removal solution. [-Joshua Sakhai (BS '18)]’"
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    Excerpt from the Forté Foundation blog -- "Bolstering the pipeline of diverse leaders organically requires a company to not only train employees to recognize and appreciate diversity of backgrounds—but also invest in development and mentoring early in an employee’s career."
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    Excerpt from the Forté Foundation blog -- "My nonprofit friends and colleagues have gently teased me about being a business school student, claiming I have traded empathy and advocacy for cost-benefit analyses. However, I have to say that (as I expected), business school students and professors care very much about the same equality and equity issues as my peers in nonprofit careers. My classmates want to work with people with different backgrounds and opinions, and they want to use business to solve complex societal problems. In addition, numerous professors have discussed how we can use our education to better those who are less fortunate than we are."
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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "'A lot more pension funds and sovereign wealth funds dramatically expanded their portfolios into real estate,' says Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, professor of finance at NYU Stern. This expansion is creating jobs in real estate beyond being a developer or landlord on the ground. 'Employers are contacting me daily to circulate positions among our real estate students,' he says."
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    Excerpt from -- "As a business analyst [at Brooklinen], I have my hands in a little bit of everything between operations, marketing, customer service, and biz dev. Every day is different here, so one day I will be working on building a forecasting model for our supply chain, the next I will be planning our next email campaign, and the next I'll be speaking to a potential business partner."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants for Undergrads -- "'Massimiliano (Max) Bonacchi. Even though I’ve never taken a class with him, I was fortunate enough to be his Teaching Assistant. His passion for accounting is evident through the way he teaches, but that is not uncommon amongst professors at NYU Stern. ...' – Teri Tan ... 'My favorite professor is Matt Statler, Richman Family Director of Business Ethics and Social Impact Programming and Clinical Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations. He makes the classroom feel like a community and creates an atmosphere that allows for meaningful discussions around the issues that matter most. ...' – Samir Goel"
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants for Undergrads -- "'Don’t let yourself feel boxed in by what everyone else is doing. Instead find out what you want and let yourself follow that passion.' – Samir Goel ... 'Focus on your business classes, but if you have other interests beyond business, do not neglect them. Business can intersect with most other interests and the result of the mix can be something beautiful.' – Teri Tan"
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "The graduating MBAs at New York University’s Stern School of Business saw a 4.8% increase in total starting compensation packages last year, reaching a new record of $144,199, from $137,582 in 2014. The rise was largely driven by a $10,000 boost in median base salaries of $120,000, up from $110,000 in 2014 and $100,000 in 2013."
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    Excerpt from Forbes -- "Currently brand manager for Newcastle Brown Ale and Amstel at Heineken and previously associate brand manager at Unilever for brands including Knorr, Dove Men+Care and Axe."
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    Excerpt from the Harvard Business Review -- "We launched the Mindfulness in Business Initiative (MiB) precisely in order to help students like these leverage their desire for success toward saner, more sustainable, and ethical workplace practices through mindfulness. MiB was founded through Stern’s Leadership Development Program in partnership with NYU’s Global Spiritual Life program. The overall objective of MiB was to plant the mindfulness seed early in MBA students’ lives, equipping them with tools to positively impact others while taking a more fulfilling and balanced approach to their work."
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    Excerpt from Forté Foundation blog -- "Much work has been done to understand the reasons—both individual and institutional—behind the lack of diversity in leadership across all sectors. But much of the research and the resulting conversations have taken place without fully examining the model of leadership itself."
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    Excerpt from WalletHub -- "While I think that there are reasons to be optimistic about technological innovation that will drive growth in the U.S., these gains will be modest for the time being. As for underlying problems, although there are a couple areas of disquietude, they do not seem large enough to trigger a downturn in the near future. External factors are a significant source of uncertainty for the U.S. in the coming year, the greatest of which is the risk of a bigger slowdown in the Chinese economy. While I think the chances of this are high and that it would have a significant impact on the U.S., that impact would contain offsetting features."
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    Excerpt from MBASchooled -- "There’s nothing more fascinating than sitting in a strategy class and having class discussions with consultants, bankers, techies, marketers, veterans, aspiring doctors, and an untold number of other experts. It really makes you think through business and organizational challenges in a way that you just cannot be exposed to without coming to a place like this."
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    Stern senior Samir Goel (BS '16) is profiled

    December 8, 2015
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "A business degree is incredibly adaptable. It has helped me grow personally and intellectually as much as it prepared me for a career. The skills I learned – such as team management and professional presentation — are transferable to all aspects of my life as well as to any role I take on."
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    Stern senior Teri Tan (BS '16) is profiled

    December 8, 2015
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "One day, I hope to be involved in a more entrepreneurial role by starting my own business or helping with the development of emerging companies."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "'There’s what you learn and there’s what you take away from the program,' Long says. 'What I learned is a lot of powerful techniques in working with data and how to present it in a way that is meaningful for the business. What I took away from the program was not just that but really this new awareness of all of these topics to learn more about.' ... Stern was driven to add a master of science in accounting to respond to a need from both prospective students and employers. Members of the admissions team were constantly hearing from people who wanted an accounting MS that would give them the required educational preparation to become CPAs, says Isser Gallogly, assistant dean of MBA admissions at Stern, and head of admissions for the accounting program."
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    Excerpt from The Wall Street Journal -- "In a speech on Monday, HUD Secretary Julián Castro said he believed the FHA’s decision to lower mortgage costs this year contributed to the rapid growth in home prices and sales. 'Today, the housing market is better off because of our actions,' Mr. Castro said."
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    Excerpt from TechDay -- "We realized that what’s already out there isn’t what we would want, or what our friends want. Bachelorette parties should be truly unique and special, and reflective of the person getting married. That’s when we realized there’d be a true opportunity here."
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    Veterans Week at Stern is highlighted

    November 11, 2015
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    Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "This week at NYU Stern, the Military Veterans Club is hosting its inaugural NYU Stern Veterans Week, which will include a 'variety of events for the Stern community such as an MBA veterans Q&A panel where Sternies can ask us about our military experiences, a bootcamp workout session, and a guest speaker event featuring a retired two-star general officer.'"
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    Excerpt from Fair Observer -- "In many ways, the current situation is a classic case of collective action failure. No one stakeholder wants to take initiative unless others also commit to taking the plunge. In the case of the Gulf, the cultural, sports and academic institutions that sponsor some of these projects—often based in developed countries—claim that they have no authority over GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) policies."
  • forbes logo feature
    Excerpt from Forbes -- "Don’t rely solely on on-campus Corporate Presentations for your internship or job search. Instead, use informational interviews to narrow the scope of your search, gather information that will give you a leg up in interviews, and build a network of contacts that will actively work to help you."


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