Our students inspired us, challenged us, and even made us shed a tear or two over the course of the past year.
- December 08, 2021
- Part-Time MBA Blog
1. Our community is interested in relationships. Specifically, how do Booth parents balance it all? Our annual Father’s Day and Mother’s Day posts gave an honest view of the daily juggle and why these parents think a Chicago Booth MBA is worth it despite the challenge. Our readers also enjoyed a great love story about meeting your match at Booth.
2. We are motivated by the incredible women at Booth. The members of student group Graduate Women in Business work hard to create a ‘pay it forward’ culture at Booth. Whether creating new initiatives for the women of Booth, giving back to women outside of Booth, or creating a space for allyship, the women of Booth think big.
3. Boothies work hard and play hard. Students’ favorite classes are hotly debated and most students find it difficult to narrow down the list. Boothies are always excited to welcome new students, which is no wonder considering the incoming class is made up of analytical foodie extroverts. It’s a challenge to pack all that Chicago has to offer into one weekend, but someone has to try.
If there’s anything that 2021’s challenges have revealed, it’s that Chicago Booth students are resilient, empathetic, and working to create real impact. Thank you for sharing your stories with us. We look forward to continuing to share them in the year ahead!If there’s anything that 2021’s challenges have revealed, it’s that Chicago Booth students are resilient, empathetic, and working to create real impact. Thank you for sharing your stories with us. We look forward to continuing to share them in the year
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