If there’s one class I’ve taken at Booth that I seem to use on an almost daily basis, it’s Negotiations. This is partly because of the natural relevance of the material. Once exposed, I found myself noticing negotiations everywhere I went. It’s also partly the way the course is taught: practical and immersive application.
In our first-ever faculty guest blog, Negotiations Professor George Wu, who is also the Faculty Director for the Harry L. Davis Center for Leadership, discusses how the course was designed and how students benefit from these lessons both in and out of the classroom.
Continue reading Professor George Wu on Negotiation: It Pays to Practice
In honor of Black History Month, the African American MBA Association (AAMBAA) organized a Black Out Day — dedicated to dressing in all black to call attention to the continued struggle for equality for ALL in America. In addition to addressing the fight for justice within Black communities, students wanted to promote awareness of social inequities, and empower those from marginalized communities.
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A few months after we got married, we made an important purchase: two GMAT prep books. It was January in Chicago, and we were to spend the months ahead working toward the next big event in our lives, our enrollment in business school. We applied to schools all over the country and crossed our fingers that our admission decisions would align. When we both got into Booth, we couldn’t have been more excited. We would be embarking on our next big life change in tandem, only miles from where Megan grew up on Chicago’s South Side.
Continue reading Married at Booth: Group Partners for Life
Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy is a reminder that we all have the ability to create and inspire positive change in our communities. While MLK Day is nationally observed on the third Monday of January, the Saturday prior, UChicago conducts a Day of Service in honor of MLK. Booth’s Giving Something Back club joins UChicago’s undergrads, graduate programs, faculty, alumni, elementary school students from the Lab and Charter Schools, and even affiliated friends and family to serve local charities, schools, and foundations in the Chicago community.
Continue reading MLK Day of Service – Extending the “Pay it Forward” culture beyond Booth