5 Things We Learned in Mini 3

Ricardo Alvarez, Sofia Eliseeva, Shelby Livengood, and Ruben Tavakalov compete for racial justice.

With Mini 3 being over, it is time for the next installment of the “5 Things We Learned this Mini” in which I identify the most important lessons that other classmates and I took away from this Mini.

Learning My MBA

First mini-semester: complete.  In less than two months, I learned how to apply the latest scientific research to manage a team, and I saw how businesses can use statistical analysis to make critical decisions with precision.  When I imagined earning my MBA, I knew that I wanted an experience exactly like my first classes at […]

Navigating the “New Normal”: Making the Most of an Unusual Summer

In 2020, finding an aspect of life that was not significantly affected is far more difficult than finding a needle in a haystack — with higher education and summer jobs no exception to this trend. As the pandemic forced countries to shut down, college students flocked home to live out their spring semesters and summers.

Business and Society – An Interconnected World

Tepper prides itself on offering its students a holistic business education, one that is at the forefront of innovation. I am lucky enough to attend a business school that is truly interdisciplinary and intertwines aspects of business, technology, and society into its analytical approach to problem solving.