Duke MQM Student Blog
The MQM Marketing Track Allowed Me to Pursue My Passion for Technology
A big reason as to why I chose the Master of Quantitative Management (MQM) program was the ability to dive deep into a particular area of business.
A Cultural Celebration Helped Me Create My “Home Away from Home”
The India and Pakistan Independence Day celebration event enabled me to meet the individuals who are presently my closest friends in the MQM program.
A Year Full of Leadership Opportunities
I have always been passionate about engaging in extracurricular activities and serving in whatever community I find myself.
The Tradition of Fuqua Friday Explained
I knew the words Fuqua and Friday, but separately, not as a term “Fuqua Friday.”
How an MQM Competition Helped Me Explore Voting and Social Issues in the U.S.
The Spring Term 1 Master of Quantitative Management (MQM) Competition is a data visualization competition where students use data to communicate and analyze problems. Alongside my teammates, Yiqi He and Selina Zhou, I participated in the competition to explore racial disparity in the United States.
Reflections on Graduating During the Pandemic
Graduating during the pandemic after completing my master’s degree from my bedroom was certainly not how I pictured my final moments in the MQM program. However, those last few months brought forth a unique learning experience.
Examples of How to Approach the 25 Random Things Essay
The MQM application can appear to be a very challenging task at first. But with a little help from this blog, hopefully you'll be off to a great start.
A Data Challenge from Adobe and Major League Baseball
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.
Where Do MQM Students Live?
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.