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Earnings Call: Clay Randolph, Director of the Master of Finance

Earnings Call: Clay Randolph, Director of the Master of Finance

At any given point, you can find Clay Randolph walking through the halls of Goldring/ Woldenberg II meeting with the faculty who make the Tulane MFIN one of the most competitive programs in the country. As the Director of the MFIN program, Mr. Randolph is charged with the task of […]

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An Introduction from Lin Yang

An Introduction from Lin Yang

My name is Lin Yang and I’m originally from Harbin, China, and was an exchange student in the University of Illinois at Springfield. When I decided to attend the Tulane MFIN, I was thrilled by New Orleans’ cross-culture and multilingual heritage. Imagine yourself wandering the street of the French Quarter, […]

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Tommy Milburn Welcomes You to the Master of Finance Blog

Tommy Milburn Welcomes You to the Master of Finance Blog

Welcome to the Tulane MFIN Blog! My name is Tommy Milburn and I am currently a Master of Finance candidate at Tulane University. I hail from Warwick, New York. Some may say that Louisiana is a bit of a ways to travel for school, but I’ve always had a little […]

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Patrick Foran – Director of Graduate Admissions

Patrick Foran – Director of Graduate Admissions

I think of myself as a marketing-business person who works at business schools because I enjoy assisting people in reaching their career goals. Prior to working for universities I had some interesting and diverse jobs: In the US Coast Guard I was a navigator on a buoytender, a waterways planner […]

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President Scott Cowen on Freeman’s 100-year Anniversary

President Scott Cowen on Freeman’s 100-year Anniversary

Good Morning: If a place has been in business for 100 years, you know it’s got to be good. The A. B. Freeman School of Business hits the 100-year mark next fall and, in true New Orleans fashion, has been celebrating all year long. Last week, NASDAQ noted the school’s […]

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