Jason Garner working with a student. Credit: Jeff Watts

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Kogod Welcomes Jason Garner as New Admissions Director

Jason Garner, Kogod’s new Director of Admissions, was attracted to the school for the same reasons as its graduate students. “I want to really understand what the entire student experience is like here,” Garner says.
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From an MSRE Alumnus, Five Tips for Grad School (and Real Estate) Success

Peter Conte, MSRE ‘16, shares his secrets for how to get the most out of your Kogod experience.
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Moore in front of the Kogod School of Business. Credit: Janicia Moore.

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Spotlight on: Janicia Moore, MSMKTG ‘15

Janicia Moore, MSMKTG ‘15, shares why Kogod was an ideal academic and professional fit.
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Prof. Bird at AU's Commencement. Credit: Barbara Bird

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Professor Bird Retires After 29 Years

Barbara Bird, Professor of Management, is retiring after 29 years, leaving a legacy of teaching, research and friendship behind.
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Whole Foods and Amazon: What Lies Ahead

What major challenges does the acquisition pose? Nelson Amaral, Professor of Marketing and consumer psychologist, addresses this question and more in the following article.
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Caroline Bruckner

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As Tax Policy Discussions Ramp Up on Capitol Hill, a Call for Thoughtful Research

Caroline Bruckner doesn’t work on Capitol Hill anymore, but she regularly finds herself back there. Find out how her most recent report, Billion Dollar Blindspot, is making an impact in the policy world.
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MBA@American students at the European Parliament in Brussels.

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Brussels Opens New Doors for MBA@American Students

This June 16-18, 2017, MBA@American students traveled to Brussels, Belgium for their first international immersion.
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AU Students in front of NHH. Credit: Siri Terjesen

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Exploring Social Entrepreneurship While Climbing Mountains in Norway

For two weeks this summer, the undergraduate course MGMT-396: Non-profit and Social Entrepreneurship was taught like a graduate-level seminar--in Norway.
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Randy Nordby

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For Kogod Students, 4 Tips for Building Your Business Career

Randy Nordby, Kogod's new Finance & Real Estate program director, offers career building insight from his years of professional success.
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Joshua Kaplan and co-worker.

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Innovative Curriculum, World-Class Preparation

"Attending Kogod was a crucial step in my career. It helped me tear down a common misconception: that business and environmental sustainability must always be at odds."
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