Teddy Niedermaier is a student in the Civic Scholars Program at Chicago Booth.

"So you're giving up music?" Not at all! As a professor of music and Neubauer Civic Scholar in the Weekend Program, Teddy Niedermaier looks for meaningful connections between the worlds of music and business.

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Student Stories from the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs

Our Evening MBA and Weekend MBA students have many opportunities to give back to the community during their time at Booth. One of those ways is through the Polsky Center's Small Business Growth Program, and on this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we share experiences of the program from a Weekend MBA student and a Weekend MBA alumna.

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Female and male students talk while crossing the Michigan Avenue bridge in downtown Chicago.

Letters of recommendation are an important part of your application, as it allows the Admissions Committee to learn about you from other people’s perspective. Here are some helpful tips and FYIs to help you select and prepare your recommenders.

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Veteran's recognition ceremony was held at Chicago Booth in November 2018.

Chicago Booth has a history of commitment to diversity and inclusion that values applicants from all walks of life and industry backgrounds, including those coming from military services around the globe.

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Group of Chicago Booth students pose in front of body of water in Hong Kong.

This fall, some of our Evening-Weekend students visited Booth's London and Hong Kong campuses (and Munich!) in September. One Evening MBA student shares his experience from the London trip. Plus, a recap of the Hong Kong trip.

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Photo of the Booth Hiking Club standing next to a waterfall

Spinning, hiking, teching, and trekking – here’s how some of our student groups made the most out of the summer of 2018!

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Photo of Kelly Lambrinatos

“I took lessons from multiple Booth classes that helped me lead our board, funders, staff and community stakeholders through our change process. I can’t count the number of times I’ve started a sentence with: ‘In one of my classes we studied/learned…’ ”

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Chicago Ideas logo

When Stephanie Ostroff became Philanthropy Chair of the Chicago Booth SAC, she wanted to develop initiatives that tapped into Boothies’ business savvy and leadership skills in order to benefit the greater good. It was only natural, then, that she would partner with Chicago Ideas to make it happen.

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