I know this might sound cliché, but in my experience, time passes by pretty quickly. I remember in high school, I used to look back on previous terms and think to myself, “Wow, was that really three months? It felt more like three weeks.” The strange thing is, I can’t say the same thing about […]
About Jonny Wu | Undergraduate Business 2023
Jonny comes from an obscure suburban town known as Wilton, Connecticut. As a Tepper freshman, he is excited to continue pursuing his interests in finance and behavioral economics. Outside of class, Jonny loves playing Frisbee, taking naps, and writing for the Life@Tepper blog. He has a strange obsession with racing paper airplanes and always gets excited when free food is available. Jonny hopes to one day paint the Fence with his friends to promote the glory of Scobell House.
Entries by Jonny Wu | Undergraduate Business 2023
This year, Carnegie Mellon University launched a new undergraduate business class called “Business Science”. A required class for first-year Tepper students, the course focuses on studying business through three distinct lenses: economics, operations research, and organizational behavior. I interviewed Professor Routledge, who teaches the class, about his new course. Where did the idea for […]
When I was growing up, I never thought I would go into business. Both my parents worked in the finance industry, and I would constantly overhear phrases like “fiscal quarters” and “Sarbanes-Oxley”. I’d ask them what these obscure phrases meant, and they’d smile and try their best to explain how these terms fit into the […]
Welcome to my first blog post! I’m Jonny, and I’m a freshman at the Tepper School of Business. I chose to major in business partly because I know a lot about economics, partly because I’m interested in finding jobs with high salaries, and mostly because I’m fascinated with how businesses run their operations and maximize […]