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The Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation is the destination for people committed to tackling complex social and environmental problems. Through programs and events in social innovation and social enterprise, the Rustandy Center equips the Booth community with the knowledge and tools to positively impact humanity. We sat down with Rustandy Center to learn a bit more about Booth’s social impact hub.

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The Harry L. Davis Center for Leadership supports leadership development at Chicago Booth with programs for students and alumni. We connected with the Davis Center team to ask a few questions about the school’s approach to leadership education.

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Chicago Booth’s Summer Business Scholars Program (SBSP) is a course-credit summer option for undergraduates that is designed to help those early in their college careers build business acumen and prepare for future internships and full-time jobs. As undergrads start to think about ways to make the most out of their summer, we sat down with Professor Kathleen Fitzgerald to discuss why SBSP should be on their list.

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brigitte

We recently sat down with Brigitte Anderson, ’08. Brigitte was able to connect with Booth alumni through her work at a major financial institution, which helped drive her decision to attend. Since graduating, she became the founder and principal of Orange Vista, a consultancy focused on market research. We sat down with Brigitte to ask her some questions about her experiences both at Booth and beyond.

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tiagogomes

Tiago Gomes, a second-year student in Booth’s Full-Time MBA Program, received the first-ever Rustandy Center Impact Investing Award, which provides $6,000 to support one MBA student’s summer internship in impact investing. Herecently sat down with the Rustandy Center to talk about his internship experience and the programs he’s leveraging at Booth to pursue a career in impact investing.

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ER Report

Whether students look to land a job in consulting, technology, investment management or something in between, the Chicago Booth Employment Report offers comprehensive data to help them understand the Booth hiring landscape.

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kilts

The James M. Kilts Center for Marketing advances marketing at Booth by facilitating faculty research, supporting innovation in Booth’s curriculum, and creating engaging programs that enhance the careers of our students and alumni. We connected with the Kilts Center team to ask a few questions about Chicago Booth's unique approach to marketing education.

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You have spent hours, days, maybe weeks crafting your application to Chicago Booth. You’ve taken the required standardized tests, asked the perfect people for recommendations, and thought deeply about what has influenced the choices in your life. You finally reach the end, press submit and then… actually, what does happen next?

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boothscholars

As those in their final year of undergraduate study move into the home stretch of their college careers, endless opportunities and decisions are on the horizon. Some will jump at job opportunities, others will travel, while still others will be thinking ahead to pursue additional education.

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Polsky

The Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation bridges the gap between knowledge and practice, idea and action, and research and impact through education, partnerships, and new venture creation. We recently sat down with the team from Polsky to ask a few questions.

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Current student Maria del Toro reflects on her vision to create a university-wide Hispanic Heritage Month that celebrates the meaningful contributions of the growing University of Chicago Hispanic community, connects the Hispanic network of the university with the broader Hispanic population of Chicago, and lays the foundation for annualized programming.

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Gilad

When pursuing his MBA, the number one priority for Gilad Andorn was having the ability to control his own journey and set the path that was right for his career goals. The flexibility of Chicago Booth's curriculum allowed him to explore his options, including entering a start-up into the New Venture Challenge, interning at a local venture capital firm, and participating in the PE/VC lab class. Hear how Gilad utilized Booth's resources to make the most of his MBA »

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veteransday

The formation of a new university-wide Office for Military-Affiliated Communities amplifies the range of programs, support services, and partnerships already in place for veterans who attend Chicago Booth for their MBAs.

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Students in Harper Center

At Chicago Booth, students constantly mention the pay-it-forward mentality as one of their favorite parts of the Booth culture. From when you are a prospective student, to the time you’re in the program, and for years beyond as an alum—the Booth community supports, challenges, and grows with you.

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