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Collaboration and community at Chicago Booth have given Roland Cole the tools to pay it forward in future business endeavors and pay it back now to fellow students.

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Wherever we may be during the winter break, students will be hosting informal gatherings throughout the globe for prospective students like you. Student-hosted events are a great way to learn more about the Booth community and student experience from those who know it best.

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Brice

Hear from Brice Lipman, MBA '16, JD '16, an associate attorney at Kirkland & Ellis, a top law firm with locations around the world. We spoke with Brice about how his joint degree JD/MBA from the University of Chicago Law School and Chicago Booth was essential to his career path and professional success. Hear how Brice’s academic training and a strong alumni community in Houston have made him an invaluable part of the firm and an asset to his clients.

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The Rustandy Center recently sat down Trista Li, a current joint Chicago Booth and Harris School student and cofounder of KitcheNet, a social venture that aims to make fresh food affordable and accessible by delivering weekly grocery boxes to low-income insecure communities.

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Sam Steiny

As someone from the Bay Area working in sales at Yelp, Sam Steiny realized that she wanted to move into product marketing, while staying in the tech industry. Sam knew that becoming an effective product marketer in today’s world meant being able to analyze the data.

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The fall quarter campus visit program is in full swing and welcomes visitors on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, until December 1st. You will be provided with plenty of opportunities to engage with current students, including an interactive Q&A session, a class visit, building tour, and lunch with students.

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Boothies excel in their roles in private equity and venture capital because they learn the fundamentals in class and put theory to practice while gaining experience in firms. Students earn credibility to enter a hard-to-access industry with a working understanding of the business.

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Last Saturday, I joined members of the Booth student group OUTreach for the 20th Anniversary of the Reaching Out MBA Conference (ROMBA) in Boston. The conference’s goal is to provide LGBTQ business school students with a resource to make connections with other LGBTQ students and business professionals.

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students talking

In order to discover more about our MBA candidates, many of you have been invited for an admissions interview. Our alumni interviewers around the world share their sage advice on how to present your best self in your admissions interview.

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erik underwood

Every Booth student gets something different out of their two-year MBA experience. For Erik Underwood, '17, the time was pivotal to advance his career in the energy industry and make the move back to the US after living abroad in Santiago, Chile. Here’s what he had to say in response to a few candid questions.

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Students

Professor Joseph L. Pagliari worked with a team of five students on a year-long commercial real estate investment competition, which allocates $1 billion in theoretical funds to student groups from 32 different universities competing for the highest portfolio return.

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Beck Corrected

This alumni story comes from Beck Pryor, ’15, who is an Associate in the Corporate Strategy and Development Group at Cargill. We spoke with Beck about her role and how Chicago Booth changed the way she thinks about the career possibilities ahead.

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students in class

When Booth students talk about their favorite MBA classes, you start to understand why there is so much to be gained from the MBA program with the greatest academic freedom. In choosing courses that excite just as much as challenge, Booth students uncover new ways to achieve their professional and personal goals.

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Erik Underwood

Erik Underwood was developing solar energy projects in Santiago, Chile when he decided to go back to school to get his MBA. Erik wanted to continue in his field while broadening his understanding of how global businesses grow and innovate.

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As we approach mid-summer, it is great to see that Booth’s new Startup Summer program for incoming Full-Time MBA students was highlighted in Poets & Quants last week. We are excited to share this initiative with those of you interested in an MBA in the near future, especially if you’re considering working for a startup during your MBA journey.

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info sessions

Whether you are in North America, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and Asia, we encourage you to be part of a Chicago Booth event in your city—all offering a different perspective to the Booth experience.

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