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    Whitman School's MBA program now STEM-Designated

    The Whitman School announces that its MBA program will be classified as STEM-designated for students who successfully complete concentrations in accounting, business analytics, finance, marketing and supply chain management. The class of 2022 will be the first to graduate with this new STEM certification. Read more>

  • JT Garwood

    Student spotlight: JT Garwood ’22 MBA

    JT Garwood ’22 MBA believes nothing is more important than finding advisors and mentors you trust. “There are always people who have gone through the same triumphs and failures. Getting advice from those individuals will be so beneficial to your success,” he says. Read full story>

  • Mike Haynie presenting and award and giving a speech

    Haynie Taps Into Entrepreneurial Background to Manage COVID-19 on Campus

    Mike Haynie holds many titles at Syracuse University: Barnes Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Whitman School, executive director of the Institute of Veterans and Military Families and, what might be the most challenging of his career, vice chancellor for strategic initiatives and innovation. Read full story>

  • Stephanie Johnson

    Stephanie Johnson: Building Success One Brick at a Time

    You might say Stephanie Johnson ’05 built her most recent career opportunity brick-by-brick—Lego® bricks, that is. After working for Liz Claiborne, Ralph Lauren and the Simon Property Group, Johnson was recently recruited to lead the opening of the Legoland® New York Resort in Goshen, New York. Read full story>

  • Daniella French

    Student Spotlight: Daniella French '23

    Daniella French ’23 (WHIT/NEW) found her second home over 1,500 miles away from her native Miami. “Syracuse University was far from home, but I fell in love with how I felt here during my campus visit. I felt comfortable. I felt at home,” she says. Read full story>