When you ask Professor Ken Carroll about his career, he will tell you that it is “long and varied.” As somebody who worked for some time before returning to school myself, I admire Professor Carroll’s experiences as testament that there is no “straight line” career path. After graduating from Louisiana […]
Less than four years ago I came to Tulane as a student-athlete and, at that time, I had just turned 18. Read more here.
New Orleans without Mardi Gras is like Mexican food without spicy sauces, or for me is like orange chicken without sugar. I hear all the time how crazy people are about Mardi Gras, yet it was way beyond my imagination when I was actually in the crowds waiting for the […]
One of the most exciting experiences that Freeman School of Business offers is the Energy Trading courses. Read more here.
On behalf of the faculty and staff of the Master of Finance Program at the Freeman School of Business, the Graduate Admissions Office is very excited to inform you that you now have the option to extend the length of the program for an additional semester with no additional tuition […]
After ten months back home from NOLA, I was lucky enough to attend a reception in Beijing held by the Office of Graduate Admissions. The goal of the reception was to open the window for prospective students to understand what it would be like to be a Tulane MFIN and […]
Mardi Gras is not a spectator sport. It is not something that you go to; it is something that takes hold of you. It is more than a party; it is a feeling, a state of mind. That being said, don’t take Mardi Gras lightly if you have never done […]
The Freeman programs consist of students from several countries: China, Pakistan, US, Serbia, and many more! Read more here.
More risk means more reward. It’s what finance students are taught from the beginning of their studies. Reward is the return that an investment generates to adequately compensate an investor for bearing the risk of the investment (But you already knew that). More importantly, what is risk? Is risk measured […]
Michael A. Fitts, dean and Bernard G. Segal Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania, has been named the 15th president of Tulane University. Fitts will begin his term on July 1, when current President Scott Cowen retires after 16 years of service. Read the full article here.