Two years at Sloan have come and gone, and throughout the experience, people have periodically asked me about my favorite part of the MBA program. Indeed, after first year came to a close, I wrote about my favorite aspects of the program — the class discussions, international treks, … Read more
MBA Class of 2015
Candid insights and reflections about MIT Sloan from MBA Class of 2015 candidates. Readers are welcome to leave relevant comments at the bottom of the individual blogpost.
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Seriously, look at how cute my mom is.
Best mom ever. But don’t let her beguile you with the cute Asian mom thing. She is sharp as a tack and wise beyond her years.
So this one time, she wrote me a birthday card. I was turning 18, and I don’t know … Read more
I’m currently in my third year of the MIT Sloan and Harvard Kennedy School dual degree program. It’s an amazing opportunity to be in both of these schools.
As I finish my third year, I’m starting to understand how these two programs more and more complement each other. The Negotiations course with … Read more
I have known that I would marry John since I was 14. We met in our fourth grade orchestra in a small town outside of Seattle, Washington when I made fun of him for being so short (a whole head shorter than me). We came from very different backgrounds but … Read more
It’s hard to believe, but it is my last semester of school! This realization is a bittersweet one (as I’m sure it is for many) – I couldn’t be happier about my post-graduation plans (Finance in SF), but my experience at Sloan has been so incredible that I can’t imagine … Read more
During the month of January at MIT, we celebrate the freedom of choice and individuality with Independent Activities Period (IAP), a time where students and MIT community members can “organize, sponsor and participate in a wide variety of activities, including how-to sessions, forums, athletic endeavors, lecture series, films, … Read more
One of the benefits of attending MIT Sloan is the ability to cross-register at other MIT departments and/or Harvard. One of the courses that’s most sought out is taught at Harvard Kennedy School. It is called “Exercising Leadership: The Politics of Change” taught by either Prof. Ronald Heifetz or one … Read more
I’m writing this post from Jakarta, where I just started my 3 weeks of on-site G-Lab work.
G-Lab is short for Global Entrepreneurship Lab, which is a famed course for 2nd years at MIT Sloan. It entails an academic course in the fall of 2nd year, followed by an on-site project to … Read more
A lot of my friends on Facebook have been posting about Ferguson over the past week. My instinct has been to think I don’t have that much to add beyond what’s already been said more eloquently by others. I’ve also been nervous about adding my voice to the mix. I’m … Read more
It’s been a little over a month since a group of Sloanies, including the two of us, flew across the country to SF. We were converging with many of our LGBT MBA counterparts for the Reaching Out MBA Conference (ROMBA). Like last year’s get-together in New Orleans, this ROMBA was … Read more
Anyone who knows me knows that I am an unabashed and unapologetic homer for Seattle, my hometown. I wear my love for Seattle like the patches on Russell Wilson’s jersey. No one will ever convince me that Seattle is not the best city in the world. It doesn’t rain nearly … Read more