Whitman’s Goodman IMPRESS program gaining attention from leading mediums like Bloomberg Businessweek and Fortune for its innovative approach to solving the gap in professional preparedness of undergraduates as they enter the work force.
Read the full article Bloomberg Businessweek article here.
Read the full Fortune article here.
Learn more about the Goodman IMPRESS program.
Started in 1983, Coming Back Together (CBT) was the first reunion of its kind in the nation. It brings African American and Latino alumni back to campus to celebrate their many accomplishments and to experience Syracuse University’s growth and change. It also exposes current students to these important role models.
If you are attending the reunion, please click here to register to attend lunch at the Whitman School featuring opening remarks from Dean Kenneth Kavajecz.
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The Martin J. Whitman School of Management is highly ranked by key publications both domestically and internationally across our undergraduate, graduate, specialty and military programs. Get a quick snapshot of where each program is positioned, by which publications, by viewing our rankings infographic. And, learn more about our various programs and departments by clicking through to get more in-depth detail:
Whitman Undergraduate Experience
Whitman MBA Experience
Department of Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises
Military and Veteran Programs
MBA@Syracuse is Whitman’s top-tier MBA program delivered online. The newly renamed program further advances Syracuse’s current highly ranked online MBA degree. Blending live, online classes and real-world residency experiences, MBA@Syracuse features the same curriculum content as the on-campus program, and classes are taught by Whitman’s renowned professors. MBA@Syracuse offers students around the world the chance to earn a Whitman MBA without relocating or sacrificing their commitments.
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