Jonathan P. Brodsky ’96 (A&S, MAX), managing director of Advisory Research Inc. (ARI), Steven A. Kass ’78, co-CEO and co-managing principal of Rothstein Kass & Company PC, and Neal Rotenberg ’79, co-founder and managing partner of RotenbergMeril, have joined the Whitman Advisory Council.
Whitman students come from many different regions, with many different backgrounds. See how our most recent classes of incoming students take shape, what Syracuse University sports they participate in and where they come from by clicking the image above.
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As alumni, you may have left campus, but you’ll always be an integral part of our Whitman community. As part of nearly 30,000 living alumni, your collective accomplishments are a great source of pride for our school. And your shared experiences continue to play an important role in promoting personal and professional growth and lifelong learning at your alma mater. So whether you’d like to reach out to classmates, network with fellow professionals or find new ways to get involved, we welcome you to use these resources to continue making those lasting connections.
We always try to keep you connected to the great things happening at Whitman and the new Fall 2013 Whitman magazine aims to do just that. Access our digital version to read about how Dean Kavajecz’s plan for continued prominence starts with a ‘Partnership Culture,’ how two of Whitman’s alumni clubs continue to serve, develop and connect with the next generation, and see what our students, staff, faculty, donors and alumni have been doing and how they continue to make Whitman a leader in business education.
If you’re interested in sharing your successes with fellow alumni, email email@example.com with news, notes, promotions and special announcements. And, be sure to stay connected to your peers on our social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn
The mission of the Whitman Career Center is to build mutually beneficial partnerships with faculty, alumni, and corporate partners to provide innovative programming and coaching that will empower our students to reach their career aspirations with integrity and professionalism, preparing them for personal and professional success in an ever-changing global business environment.
The development of your personal career plan takes time and energy. The Whitman Career Center is here to support you.
From “Whitman Career Center 24/7,” a Blackboard site that offers a career workbook, links to interesting career reading and access to national vendors (such as Vault’s Career Insider) to targeted workshops and personal coaching sessions, you have the opportunity to acquire the knowledge you need for ongoing career development and success!
Click here to view the Whitman Career Center Resources brochure to learn more