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Real World Ready

Real World Ready

Hi there! I’m Katherine Klagholz from Monroe, LA and I graduated from Tulane in May 2015 with a double major in Political Science and International Development and a minor in Social Innovation/Social Entrepreneurship. As a current Master of Management student, I can fully say that this program has been a […]

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First Semester: Christine Swinson

First Semester: Christine Swinson

When I think back to fall of my senior year of undergraduate I remember many of my friends were beginning to apply for jobs while others had already accepted positions and I was thinking of taking a completely different route. I didn’t feel quite ready to enter the “real world” […]

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Leadership, Teamwork, and Business

Leadership, Teamwork, and Business

The MMG Program was my first contact with Tulane and the A.B. Freeman School of Business. I graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana and most of my classmates in this program were Tulane graduates. So unlike most of my peers, stepping onto campus that first day for orientation was similar […]

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Student Experience: Markea Gilbert

Student Experience: Markea Gilbert

When I was an undergraduate senior about to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business management, I was introduced to the Master of Management program by a professor. I had not seriously thought about attending graduate school, but the professor made it seem like a good idea so I started […]

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Hannah Kaufman (left) with classmates

My First Semester Renaissance

My path to graduate school has been unconventional. With a long standing indifference at best to school, the last thing I thought I would be doing my senior year was writing an application. However, as I pack for my upcoming trip abroad I can’t help but recall the beginning and […]

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Makayla Barton – Master of Management

Makayla Barton – Master of Management

Going to graduate school was never part of my plan when I was an undergraduate. I always assumed that I would take the “normal” course of graduating, getting a job, and moving into the so called “real world”. I studied Public Health and Environmental Studies for my undergraduate degree, and […]

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Yiyi Tang – Master of Management

Yiyi Tang – Master of Management

My name is Yiyi Tang. I’m from Shanghai, China. I’ve just finished my undergraduate of Japanese Business in Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce. Now I’m studying Master of Management (MMG) at Tulane University. MMG is kind of like one of my life’s surprise gifts to me not only because it’s […]

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Stepping into Fantasy

Stepping into Fantasy

Over the course of my winter break I had the opportunity to visit both Japan and China. Oh boy, it is a distinct experience being a foreigner in each country, let me tell you. In Japan you’re seen as a tourist, I believe. There wasn’t any more interaction than that […]

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Student Profile: Jason Durkis

Student Profile: Jason Durkis

​My father was Air Force and that made me an Air Force brat for most of my life. Most of my childhood was spent in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When I decided to go to college for my undergraduate, it had to be Tulane. They had a great medical program and […]

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My Visit to Shanghai – Keith Harvey

My Visit to Shanghai – Keith Harvey

Shanghai was a city I was largely unfamiliar with. It was a place I had never seen in person and my understanding of it had come largely from movies and television. Conversely, the people of Shanghai were largely unfamiliar with me. I, being a black male with dreadlocks, was something […]

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