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Cotton Candy and Conversation about Family Business

Cotton Candy and Conversation about Family Business

by Pranay Sakhrani What is “Cotton Candy and Conversation?” On October 27th the Tulane Family Business Center- with help from the Lepage Student Fellows- held a Outreach Event entitled “Cotton Candy and Conversation.” And yes, both the cotton candy and the conversations were quality. The purpose of this outreach was […]

November 21, 2017 ×
The Lepage Center Is Buzzing

The Lepage Center Is Buzzing

Oliver Martin, BSM/BA 2020 While working at the Lepage Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, I have been opened up to the vibrant entrepreneurial activity at Tulane. The Lepage Center is buzzing with hundreds of resources. The hardest part is choosing which one to pursue. Should I compete in the Business […]

November 16, 2017 ×
MME Students Tour Entergy’s Ninemile Power Plant

MME Students Tour Entergy’s Ninemile Power Plant

On August 25, 2017 the Tulane Master of Management in Energy (MME) took a trip to Entergy’s Ninemile natural gas power plant located in Westwego, Louisiana. The plant, a combined cycle 600 megawatt nominal capacity facility is among the most efficient in the state. The plant utilizes what is known […]

September 5, 2017 ×
First Impressions of the Freeman School from the Tulane MBA class of 2019

First Impressions of the Freeman School from the Tulane MBA class of 2019

The newest class of Tulane MBAs shared their first impressions of the Freeman School at the end of Orientation. Today is the first day of classes. We wish them great success in the Tulane MBA program. Follow their journey @freemanschool on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

August 21, 2017 ×
Tulane MBA alumnus Cullan Maumus in the news

Tulane MBA alumnus Cullan Maumus in the news

It’s always great to read about the wonderful things our Tulane MBA alumni are doing out in the world. Shout out to Cullan Maumas. Read more…

April 26, 2017 ×
Crawfish Fest at Tulane

Crawfish Fest at Tulane

Students, alums and crawfish fans alike flocked to Crawfest over the weekend. With warm weather, close to 20,000 pounds of mudbugs and nine bands playing on two stages, the annual student-run festival was, once again, a rousing success. Read More…

April 26, 2017 ×
New course explores the process behind new products

New course explores the process behind new products

  What does it take to create a successful product? According to John Clarke, it’s probably not what you think. “It’s kind of a myth that there has to be some kind of epiphany,” says Clarke, a professor of practice in management at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of […]

February 23, 2017 ×

Learning in the Real World

It is a commonly held belief that experiential learning is one of the best ways to learn a concept. By applying what you have learned in the classroom and interacting with it in a real and impressionable way, you are more likely to learn that knowledge or concept. The Research […]

May 9, 2016 ×

Two Amazing Years in New Orleans

I set foot in New Orleans on a warm summer evening 22 months ago. Although I was in the U.S. many times before, it was my first time in the world famous city of New Orleans (or Nola as many like to call it). The culture shock was immediate. It […]

May 9, 2016 ×
PMBA Port Visit

PMBA Port Visit

On April 13 Professor Knud Berthelsen accompanied his Asia-Global Leadership class on a site visit to The Port of South Louisiana. We received a warm southern greeting by the Executive Director, Paul Aucoin, and staff. This was beneficial to our class as we learned of the magnitude of international trade that […]

April 28, 2016 ×