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Some Wisdom from Wisr CEO, Kate Volzer, ’14

Kate Volzer, ’14, started the networking platform Wisr in 2014 using entrepreneurial skills developed in the Evening Program. Four years later, these lessons still come in handy. Read More »

10 Tips to Help You Nail Your Admissions Interview

The admissions interview is a valuable opportunity to tell us more about who you are, why this is the right time to pursue an MBA, and why you are interested in Chicago Booth. Read our top 10 tips to help you prepare for yours. Read More »

Evening and Weekend Students Compete in SNVC

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. Read More »

Throwback Thursday: Gleacher Center

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! Read More »

5 Pieces of Advice for Women Entrepreneurs

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. Read More »

Our Year in Review

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. Read More »

Abigail Sussman: Why consumers make bad financial decisions and how to help

Chicago Booth associate professor of Marketing, Abigail Sussman, suggests employers and the federal government have a role in this, along with consumers. Read More »
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