Master of Business Administration

Experience, Finance, Master of Business Administration

Analyst Directors are the student leaders behind Burkenroad Reports

Analyst Directors are the student leaders behind Burkenroad Reports

It’s unbiased research. A spotlight on small, yet possibly lucrative companies that Wall Street overlooks. It’s a niche uncovered by Burkenroad Reports, a course where students conduct in-depth investment analysis of small cap companies across the Gulf South. The reports have found such success that they’ve coined their own phrase: […]

September 1, 2022 ×

Master of Business Administration

MD/MBAs know the business of healthcare

MD/MBAs know the business of healthcare

Mohammed Sharief faced a choice: should he become a doctor or study business? The rigor of a medical degree was daunting, as was the experience he’d need to be successful in business, but he had a goal: one day, he wanted to help lead hospitals. That idea made up his […]

July 29, 2022 ×

Careers, Master of Business Administration

Summer check-in: MBA internships

Summer check-in: MBA internships

Kate Gleason needed an MBA summer internship. She persisted through four rounds of interviews at FGS Global, a strategic communications firm. She passed a writing test. She waited for news for a month and a half. She got the job. “I was super, super excited,” Gleason said. But FGS Global […]

July 18, 2022 ×

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration

Rishawn Dindial, Tulane MD/MBA student, founder & CEO of Memoryz

Making Memoryz

Living with dementia, Alzheimer’s or any other memory-impairing disease can have significant impacts not only on the individual with the diagnosis but also among their loved ones. Memoryz founder and CEO Rishawn Dindial, a medical student enrolled in the double MD/MBA program, understands this complicated shift firsthand after acting as […]

February 26, 2021 ×

Community, Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration

Harry Fox (left) and Reed Stephens (right), Lepage Center MBA Summer Fellows 2019

Looking to fund your new venture? Try these alternative ideas

There is obviously a need for new and innovative methods for financing startups. As MBA students working on a new venture, we are especially interested in creative funding vehicles. Fortunately, many such opportunities do exist. Below we have outlined options for the next generation of savvy entrepreneurs.

June 24, 2019 ×

Entrepreneurship, Experience, Master of Business Administration

New York Times profiles alumna Simone Reggie (MBA ’12)

New York Times profiles alumna Simone Reggie (MBA ’12)

  Simone Reggie (MBA ’12), founder of Simone’s Market, a grocery store in uptown New Orleans that specializes in locally produced food, was profiled in the April 22, 2018, edition of the New York Times. Ms. Reggie’s enterprises have caught the attention of the magazine Southern Living, which recently named […]

May 2, 2018 ×

Community, Experience, Master of Business Administration

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 ×

Community, Master of Business Administration

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 ×

Master of Business Administration, Professional MBA

PMBA student Amy Barad, a director with an education nonprofit, makes her team’s pitch for Unpackd, a clothing rental service developed in New Product Development in the Hospitality Industry, an MBA course that takes a granular look at how to take products from the drawing board to the marketplace.

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 Business. […]

February 23, 2017 ×

Entrepreneurship, Experience, Hospitality, Master of Business Administration

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 ×