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  • Scott Bingle

    Taking On the Advertising World

    With unbridled enthusiasm for art and business, Scott Bingle '20 (WHIT/NEW) is using his Syracuse education to achieve his advertising dreams. Read full story>

  • Whitman School building

    Whitman Partners with Two Global Organizations, Providing New Opportunities

    The Whitman School recently announced partnerships with the Global Business School Network (GBSN) and the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). Through these global networks, the Whitman School continues to enhance its global initiatives consistent with its strategic plan.

  • Sabina Seredneva

    Student Brings Entrepreneurial Spirit to Whitman MBA Program

    Sabina Seredneva ’21 MBA and her family bled orange even before she made the nearly 6,000 mile trip from her hometown of Baku, Azerbaijan to Syracuse, NY. Her sister attended Syracuse University and completed the Whitman MBA experience that Seredneva would later embark on. This connection is part of what drew Seredneva to the Whitman School of Management in the first place.

  • Podcast graphic with John Torrens and Johan Wiklund

    Check Out Our Newest Podcast Episode of Syracuse University Talks Business

    Why do highly successful entrepreneurs identify as having traits consistent with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? Whitman Professors John Torrens and Johan Wiklund share how it is far from being a disadvantage in business, having ADHD may be an asset to entrepreneurial ventures. Learn what traits/behaviors need to be augmented, by hiring business partners who excel at those specific traits. Listen now>

  • Diane Crawford and four students outside the Whitman School

    Diversity and Inclusion at the Whitman School of Management

    Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is rooted in the belief that multiple points of view, life experiences, ethnicities, cultures and belief systems are essential to academic excellence. Learn more>