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With almost two decades of leadership behind it, the Information Technology Advisory Council continues to influence and guide the Kogod School of Business and the university as a whole.
Major Joseph Edwards '07 chose the entrepreneurship concentration while completing his MBA at Kogod. "That might seem a little ironic for someone employed by one of the largest employers in the country," he admits.
At the request of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Kogod Professor Kimberly J. Rodgers recently spoke at an international capital markets conference in Istanbul, Turkey, as one of the foremost economists in the area of credit ratings.
In BusinessWeek magazine's latest Part-Time MBA Program Rankings, Kogod's program placed 2nd for student satisfaction among all programs nationwide. Kogod also ranked 8th in the Mid-Atlantic region and 47th in the overall national rank.
For the first time, a team of students from Kogod are competing in Howard University's 5th Annual Minority MBA Exclusive Case Competition, held November 5 -6 in Washington, D.C.
Kogod Professor Sonya Grier shared her ongoing research on food marketing to ethnic groups with almost 500 doctors, nurses, nutritionists, and public health advocates last week.