7 q's with Sam

Being a Booth student means being busy: getting involved academically, professionally, and socially. For Samantha Steiny, that means balancing classwork, a summer internship at a top tech company, and being active in student life on campus. Hear more about the personalized MBA experience she’s had so far at Chicago Booth.

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Holidays

Seasons Greetings! The Harper Center and the Full-Time MBA Admissions Office is closed from Friday, December 22 – Monday, January 1, 2018. In case you are planning a visit to Chicago, the campus holiday schedule and Winter Break Visit calendar will be important to know.

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Every year, we see more and more students interested in Booth's suite of PE classes, internships, experiences, and resources as they are thinking about business schools. Adjunct Professor Christopher McGowan teaches PE/VC Lab at Chicago Booth, where students prepare for careers in private equity through classroom instruction, internships with local firms, mentorship with industry leaders, and networking with people in PE/VC investment. Hear Professor McGowan's take on what it means to learn private equity at Chicago Booth.

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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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