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Students take second place in portfolio competition

Students take second place in portfolio competition

Freeman students Brigham Hall, Jan Roessler, Saurav Srivastav, Dash Yagaan and Jamil Bhatti took second place honors in the Portfolio Manager’s Finalist Competition of the Texas Investment Portfolio Symposium (TIPS), […]

March 12, 2009 ×
New GBC officers elected

New GBC officers elected

Congratulations to Chonchol Gupta (MBA ’10), who was recently elected president of the Graduate Business Council for 2009-2010. Gupta graduated from University of California, Irvine with a BA in international […]

March 12, 2009 ×
GradeUs announces marketing program with Sonic

GradeUs announces marketing program with Sonic

GradeUs, a mobile marketing firm founded by Freeman alums Greg Woolverton (BSM ’85, MBA ’89) and Rob Mouton (BSM ’85, MBA/JD ’89), recently completed a text-based mobile marketing program at […]

March 12, 2009 ×
Biz Plan Competition announces second-round winners

Biz Plan Competition announces second-round winners

After sifting through a record 85 applications, the organizers of the Tulane Business Plan Competition have announced the 20 second-round qualifiers who have been invited to submit full business plans. […]

March 11, 2009 ×
Burkenroad Symposium puts eye on innovation

Burkenroad Symposium puts eye on innovation

When Burkenroad Institute director Laura Cardinal selected the topic for this year’s Burkenroad Symposium – Leadership and the Eye for Innovation – she knew it was a subject of interest […]

March 9, 2009 ×
Admissions update

Admissions update

The national economic news may be grim, but Bill Sandefer reports some cautiously optimistic news from graduate admissions. MBA applications are up 34 percent from last year. As of this […]

March 6, 2009 ×

McGowan scholar announced

Aisha Acres, a second-year MBA student, has been named as the 2008-2009 William G. McGowan Scholar. Acres was selected from among a highly competitive group of both undergraduate and graduate […]

January 28, 2009 ×

Globalizing the MBA

When Ian Furman started to research MBA programs, he targeted schools with strong international programs, especially in Latin America. In the end, he chose Freeman over larger schools, and his […]

November 20, 2008 ×

Entergy Corp. donates $100,000 to Tulane Energy Institute

Entergy Corp. has awarded the Tulane Energy Institute a grant of $100,000. The gift, which Entergy officials presented at a reception in Goldring/Woldenberg Hall II on Nov. 17, will fund […]

November 18, 2008 ×

Louisiana’s oil future not so bleak

While drivers nationwide revel in lower gasoline prices, many in Louisiana are anxiously watching the cost of oil fall to its lowest levels in 18 months. In a state whose […]

November 11, 2008 ×