This is it. It’s my last quarter at Booth, my last opportunity to be a student and my last time bidding for courses before I graduate in four weeks. Upon reflection, it’s clear that I’ve greatly benefited from Booth’s flexible curriculum.
Not only have I had the chance to take the real estate, private equity and other finance courses that will likely have a direct effect on my professional ambitions going forward, but I also was able to take several electives that helped me round out my managerial education. As I perused iBid, thoroughly studying my course options for the spring quarter, I came to a standstill. While I only need three more classes to graduate with the rest of the Class of 2019, I was having trouble narrowing down my options. If only I could take more than three courses this quarter…
Continue reading Choosing Final Quarter Classes
In the next edition of our Best Booth Moment Series, first years Narayani Gupta and Esther Kim share stories of how they found their b-school families.
Continue reading Best Booth Moment Series: Finding My People
During every school vacation at Booth, international students plan “treks” to show their classmates their native countries. This past March, Boothies trekked all over the world for Spring Break, from Colombia to Israel to Japan, all trips designed and led by other students. As for me, I ventured with 40 others Boothies and partners on a 9-day excursion to the Philippines.
Continue reading Spring Break 2019: Boothies Explore the Philippines
school offers you the opportunity to have a lot of new experiences. Many are
what you’d typically expect: exciting classes, building your leadership skills
in a new environment, and traveling with your new friends. Having managed to
check all of these boxes during my first year, I wanted to make sure I spent
some time during my last year at Booth on things that had personal significance
With a vibrant passion for the environment and animal-welfare, I explored different options of getting-involved with the Chicago community that focused in these areas. Through my research I found volunteer opportunities at the Shedd Aquarium. I’ve always been fascinated with aquariums because of how they can transport you to another world that’s supposed to be inaccessible, yet there it is in front of you on the other side of the glass. Because of this, I was extremely excited for the opportunity to volunteer.
Continue reading Exploring my passion by volunteering at the Shedd Aquarium
One of the best classes I have had the opportunity to take at Booth thus far is Designing a Good Life taught by Professor Nicholas Epley. While there are other courses at Booth that cover the topics of management and behavioral science, Professor Epley’s class is interesting in that it explores managerial behavior with the lens of ethics. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Professor Epley one-on-one. Read on to see the highlights of our conversation.
Continue reading Talking One-on-One with Professor Epley about Designing the Good Life