Jane and her two teammates holding up their giant check from the data challenge A Data Challenge from Adobe and Major League Baseball August 4, 2020 - - Last fall, I had the absolute honor of representing Fuqua and Duke as a finalist in the Adobe Analytics Challenge. I was flown out to Adobe’s headquarters in San Jose, California, to present our big ideas in front of a panel of judges and a live audience. ...Read More

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7 students posing for a photo; where do MQM students live? Where Do MQM Students Live? July 13, 2020 - - Signing a lease for an apartment without seeing it, in a city you have never lived might sound like a daunting task and let me be honest with you, it is. So, here is the brief version of how I ended up staying where I did.
A screenshot of a Zoom gallery view during online classes including a dozen students' and their professor's video feeds Shifting to Online Classes During the Pandemic June 9, 2020 - - Now that we've graduated and most of my MQM classmates and I have entered our permanent vacations from academia, I can honestly say—I miss online classes.
Rachel standing in front of the LinkedIn sign, exploring West Coast jobs Exploring West Coast Jobs During Fall Break May 15, 2020 - - Last October, I spent a week in San Francisco during fall break and immersed myself in the Bay Area and its culture. It was a fantastic experience for a tech enthusiast like me and a great opportunity to learn more about West Coast jobs.
students seated and smiling during their graduation commencement; Class of 2019 jobs report MQM Jobs Report: A Front Row View April 10, 2020 - - Each year we release a jobs report, which is a snapshot of where our graduates land. While I'm always proud to share where our students are going and how each is pursuing his or her goals, it's also a moment of reflection.
a dozen students, many in Duke gear, posing for a group photo with blue skies behind them; What I Didn't Know Before Applying What Didn’t I Know Before Applying to Fuqua February 27, 2020 - - I didn't know that everyone is alone together. hough that may sound a bit existential, I soon realized that I wasn’t the only one in the program who left everything behind to attend Duke in hopes of building a better life.