"We can pride ourselves for providing a very individualized education, in that we have very dedicated faculty, our classes are small, and we are very aware, very attuned to the needs and objectives of our graduate students."
"I consider my job as a faculty member to also include helping students connect with employers. In the Kogod School of Business we really are interested in establishing relationships with the community, and a big part of our community are our employers."
"We're in DC, you have access to all of these non-academic, but still scholarly research institutions in the area ... There are opportunities to interact with a whole variety of scholars who are on different kinds of career trajectories ... How do we bring together the professional academic literature on the one hand, and your own concerns and interests on the other, and that interesting space where the two of them meet I think is where graduate education is supposed to be."
"I think mentoring with me focuses on two areas. One is helping them become scholars. And one is through teaching, because a lot of the graduate students are TAs, and a lot of my graduate students are my TAs."
"Graduate students are in a transition stage of their lives. So we try to make sure that we are mentoring them through that transition and helping them to understand how that role is different from what they might have experienced either in the workplace or as an undergraduate student."