Photo of Marta Singer at the Marketing Day Forum

The Kilts Center Marketing Day Forum is a unique opportunity for students to engage in small-group conversations with CEOs, CMOs, and other senior executives. What valuable insights were shared? Evening student Marta Singer tell us her top eight.

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Photo of 2017 SNVC winners, Provide

Placing in the Social New Venture Challenge can be a major turning point for students working to get their startups off the ground, and again this year, Chicago Booth Evening and Weekend students are showing up to throw their hats in the ring.

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Photo of the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett, and Co. building

If you’ve ever wondered what stood before the Gleacher Center campus was built, are interested in Chicago’s rich history, or just love vintage photographs, take a trip back in time with us!

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Booth Insight from Evening-Weekend Admissions

Are you curious about what makes Chicago Business Fellows’ application and admissions unique? In part II of the CBF blog series, Lindsay Badeaux digs into the process and guides you through what to expect when you apply.

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Student Stories from the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs

Design Thinking is having a moment right now. Students and professionals skilled in Design Thinking bring new insights to organizations and add value to innovation projects. But how does one learn the Design Thinking methodology? Spencer Reely explains.

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Student Stories from the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs

Liz Kammel Tilatti’s idea for ZipFit Denim came during weekend carpools from Indianapolis to Chicago to attend Booth’s Weekend Program. Her fellow Booth travelers had a hard time finding jeans that fit them. With Liz’s retail and consulting background, she knew she could solve the problem, and at Chicago Booth, she found the tools and inspiration to make it a reality.

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Booth Insight from Evening-Weekend Admissions

Chicago Booth’s Professor Linda Ginzel believes that leadership is not always an inherent skill, but one that can be learned and cultivated over time. “I should know,” she explains, “I teach it!”

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Student Stories from the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs

For Akshata Puri, a student in the Weekend MBA Program, finding a balance in work, school, social life, pets, and sleep is key. Learn about the challenges and rewards of Weekend student life, and Akshata's tips to manage it all.

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Student Stories from the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs

When Mike Carls enrolled in the Evening MBA Program, he assumed that opportunities to study abroad were behind him. Not so. Last summer, he joined MBA students from around the world at China's Peking University for an immersive program on Chinese business and culture.

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Booth Insight from Evening-Weekend Admissions

Women entrepreneurs: want to level the playing field when launching your start-up? Booth’s clinical professor of entrepreneurship, Waverly Deutsch, made it clear: thinking big is your only option.

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Booth Insight from Evening-Weekend Admissions

Student group leaders in the Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs are expert jugglers, managing school, careers, and their social lives while also taking on leadership positions. Wondering how and why they do it? Alex DeCamp, assistant director of student life, explains.

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Booth Insight from Evening-Weekend Admissions

2017 was a great year for Chicago Booth’s Evening MBA and Weekend MBA students, as well as the greater Booth community. Read on for our 2017 highlights.

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