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Tulane MBA alumnus Cullan Maumus in the news

Tulane MBA alumnus Cullan Maumus in the news

It’s always great to read about the wonderful things our Tulane MBA alumni are doing out in the world. Shout out to Cullan Maumas. Read more…

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New course explores the process behind new products

New course explores the process behind new products

  What does it take to create a successful product? According to John Clarke, it’s probably not what you think. “It’s kind of a myth that there has to be some kind of epiphany,” says Clarke, a professor of practice in management at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of […]

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Learning in the Real World

Learning in the Real World

It is a commonly held belief that experiential learning is one of the best ways to learn a concept. By applying what you have learned in the classroom and interacting with it in a real and impressionable way, you are more likely to learn that knowledge or concept. The Research […]

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Two Amazing Years in New Orleans

Two Amazing Years in New Orleans

I set foot in New Orleans on a warm summer evening 22 months ago. Although I was in the U.S. many times before, it was my first time in the world famous city of New Orleans (or Nola as many like to call it). The culture shock was immediate. It […]

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Oak Street celebrates po’boys in a rich fashion

Oak Street celebrates po’boys in a rich fashion

Tulane students enjoy eating po’boys from some of the finest restaurants in town at the unique Oak Street Po’boy Fest… Read More

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(Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)

Professor Takes Homecoming Visitors On Tour of Economy

A speaker series during Homecoming festivities featured a talk by Peter Ricchiuti, the Freeman School of Business professor and economist, who took visitors on a whirlwind and lighthearted tour of the economy and stock market. Read more on the Tulane blog.

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Graduate Student Social at Rock ‘n’ Bowl

Graduate Student Social at Rock ‘n’ Bowl

At the end of August, the MME students rung in a new school year by attending a social hosted by the Graduate Business Council at the famous New Orleans Rock ‘n’ Bowl, where we put our bowling skills to the test. The MME students in attendance were humbled in bowling […]

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Michael Hecht and Gary Lagrange speak at Tulane about New Orleans 10 years after Katrina, Wed., August 19, 2015. (Photo by Cheryl Gerber)

The next economic hurdle? Achieving critical mass

The A. B. Freeman School of Business recently hosted a speaker discussion on where the city of New Orleans is now and where we are headed as we approach the 10 year anniversary of hurricane Katrina. Featured speakers were Gary LaGrange, president and CEO of the Port of New Orleans, […]

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Press Street Gardens: Cultivating a sense of Community

Press Street Gardens: Cultivating a sense of Community

Life at the Freeman School can be like living in a bubble. We easily get caught up in deadlines, club meetings, guest speakers, and job hunting, and sometimes we forget to take part in the community around us (beyond the watering holes of Freret Street). Every once in a while […]

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Getting Around in New Orleans

Getting Around in New Orleans

Phase two of moving into a new city has always been, how do I get around? For the first timers in the city, figuring out travel can be tricky. New Orleans does not have the public transportation facilities like New York City, but it’s also not as vast as Los […]

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