Duke Daytime MBA Student Blog
How To Tell Your Story
The value of business school truly is your network. And in building that network you must become skilled at telling your personal journey, your background, and your story.
My Three Opportunities to Learn Beyond the Classroom
I found many exciting and compelling opportunities to develop professional skills and abilities through experiential learning.
My Transition from ICU Nurse to Tech
My decision to pursue an MBA at Duke came during a critical moment in March 2020, working on the frontlines of the pandemic as a nurse in a makeshift intensive care unit for COVID patients.
How Experiential Learning at Tesla Expanded My Professional Ambitions
There is a lot to learn in the classroom, but nothing compares to putting your knowledge and skills to the test in the real world.
Connecting With Classmates Through Cultural Experiences
The biggest takeaway from this journey for me is that I know I have so many people who support me and will advocate for me, for Taiwanese, and for East Asians.
Navigating the Health Care Industry with Experiential and Classroom Learning
Coming from an energy and financial services background, I knew I needed to develop my functional skills further, regardless of my industry of choice.
Embracing the Unexpected: Reflections on My First Year
From being exposed to varying cultures to opening doors to new industries, my time at Fuqua has shown me that the world is filled with more opportunities than I thought.
Growing a Woman-Founded Business Through Experiential Learning
Fuqua has multiple experiential learning opportunities, and I recommend students explore these opportunities to find the right fit for them.
Forging My Path in a Niche Industry
For the last eight years, I’ve had a deep interest in alternative proteins. However, I did not have any professional experience in the industry, and I wanted to use my time at Duke to change that.
Plugging Into Fuqua’s Energy Community
I knew that when I embarked on the journey to pursue an MBA, evaluating the energy balance would be a critical part of my decision.