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16. Freeman Means Belonging: Lin Yang (MFIN ’14)

16. Freeman Means Belonging: Lin Yang (MFIN ’14)

Nowadays, master of finance programs in America have been increasingly dominated by international students. Market seems to focus on quantity rather than quality under such circumstance. Read more here.

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Congrats Tommy Milburn!

Congrats Tommy Milburn!

It has been an honor and a privilege to work with Tommy. Here in Graduate Admissions, we will miss his positive attitude and funny stories. We wish him every success as he embarks on his professional finance career. We are very pleased to announce that Tommy was recognized with a […]

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Reflections on President Cowen’s Last Commencement

Reflections on President Cowen’s Last Commencement

I thought I was well prepared before the Unified Commencement Ceremony. After President Cowen’s speech, I realized that I was not. He suggested our journey be defined by three commitments – life-long learning, making a difference, and finding our passion. In his words, “ the truth is that any career worth […]

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Reflections on Commencement

Reflections on Commencement

It was a long night before the Unified Commencement Ceremony. I excitedly prepared for the big event, because I knew it would be a life-long memory. I dressed up smart on this important day. When I got to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, I was astonished by the grand scene and surprised […]

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31. Freeman Means Strength: Whitney White (MFIN ’14)

31. Freeman Means Strength: Whitney White (MFIN ’14)

Over the course of my life, I have learned an insurmountable level of strength and perseverance. Read more here.

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A Few Tips for Future MFINs

A Few Tips for Future MFINs

As the year draws to a close and I wrap up this chapter of my life, I will always look fondly upon my Master of Finance experience. The year moved too quickly, but I am grateful for the friends and mentors that have been a part of this whirlwind of […]

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Earnings Call: Professor Sheri Tice

Earnings Call: Professor Sheri Tice

The A.B. Freeman School’s Darwin Fenner Student Managed Fund is an invite only-honors seminar that meets twice a week over the duration of the Spring Semester. There is a large-cap, mid-cap and small cap fund with over $3.75 million dollars in assets under management between the three funds. All three […]

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37. Freeman Means People: Tommy Milburn (MFIN ’14)

37. Freeman Means People: Tommy Milburn (MFIN ’14)

Freeman means people. It means classmates that will compliment your talents and make you view the world from a different prospective. Read more here.

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New Orleans Ranked as America’s #1 Brainpower City

New Orleans Ranked as America’s #1 Brainpower City

Forbes ranks New Orleans #1 as America’s New Brainpower City due to the robust job growth and affordable cost of living. The survey is based on where college graduates are settling using 51 metropolitan areas. The results showed the fastest-growing brain hubs are in the South and Intermountain West. New Orleans tied with […]

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48. Freeman Means Finance: Mark Vives (MFIN ’14)

48. Freeman Means Finance: Mark Vives (MFIN ’14)

When I was looking for graduate programs to attend, I was drawn to Tulane and the Freeman School of Business because of its reputation of excellence in Finance. Read more here.

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