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BP Returns to Tulane

BP recruiters Tony Valente and Louis Bergsman visited the Tulane campus to conduct a trading simulation and discuss BP’s Trader Development Program (TDP) with the Freeman School of Business. The TDP is a three year rotational program that focuses on doing the job at hand, but always having questions. As […]

October 8, 2015 ×

Larry Ornstein, Former CFO of the Refining & Marketing Division at Hess Corporation, Lectures the Energy Students

Professor Eric Smith’s Energy Markets, Institutions, and Policy class had the pleasure of hosting Larry Ornstein, former Senior Vice President and CFO of the Refining & Marketing division at Hess Corporation. Mr. Ornstein’s presentation was titled “Evolution of a Joint Venture” where he detailed the story of the Hess refinery […]

September 21, 2015 ×

How the MME Program Prepared Me for my Job at Bloomberg

I recently graduated from the Masters of Management in Energy program at Tulane and am currently five weeks into my job at Bloomberg. I’ve done some reflection on how my education has prepared me for my position in financial sales and analytics and my career. My current job starts with […]

August 25, 2015 ×
Yiyi Tang – Master of Management

Yiyi Tang – Master of Management

My name is Yiyi Tang. I’m from Shanghai, China. I’ve just finished my undergraduate of Japanese Business in Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce. Now I’m studying Master of Management (MMG) at Tulane University. MMG is kind of like one of my life’s surprise gifts to me not only because it’s […]

August 25, 2015 ×

Pitchman For The Business School

Peter Ricchiuti, the director of the Burkenroad Reports at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, wears many hats. In addition to leading this unique equity research program he created 21 years ago, hosting a local radio station, and supporting community organizations, Peter can also be seen playing baseball on […]

August 5, 2015 ×

Cowle to run 4,000 miles in support of young adult cancer treatment

For Tulane graduate student Liz Cowle, running 4,000 miles is marked not only by the mile posts, but also by the lives she touches along the way. This summer, Cowle will run from San Francisco to Baltimore, to fundraise and bring awareness to the struggles of young adults with cancer. […]

March 23, 2015 ×
Stepping into Fantasy

Stepping into Fantasy

Over the course of my winter break I had the opportunity to visit both Japan and China. Oh boy, it is a distinct experience being a foreigner in each country, let me tell you. In Japan you’re seen as a tourist, I believe. There wasn’t any more interaction than that […]

February 18, 2015 ×
Student Profile: Jason Durkis

Student Profile: Jason Durkis

​My father was Air Force and that made me an Air Force brat for most of my life. Most of my childhood was spent in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When I decided to go to college for my undergraduate, it had to be Tulane. They had a great medical program and […]

February 18, 2015 ×

Richard Sandor Visits Tulane as part of the Executive Speaker Series

Richard L. Sandor, CEO of Environmental Financial Products and Aaron Director Lecturer in Law and Economics, University of Chicago Law School Markets in emissions and “rights-to-use” have solved environmental problems and created enormous investment opportunities. They achieved this by commoditizing and pricing “externalities”, with the same concept being applied to […]

February 12, 2015 ×

Energy Graduate Students Share Ideas on the Global Energy Markets

Happy New Year and Roll Wave! My name is Robert Edgar and I am in the Master of Management in Energy program at Tulane University. I decided to start a blog to circulate ideas and viewpoints on various topics in the energy industry that relate to what we learn and […]

February 6, 2015 ×