Quoted in the News


"Trust your instincts, embrace challenges and learn from your mistakes. Seek out mentors along the way — in doing so, not only look for people from who you can learn, but also those who may provide sponsorship. Be willing to work hard for that sponsorship, remembering that mentoring is a two-way street."

Cindy A. Schipani, Merwin H. Waterman Collegiate Professor of Business Administration and professor of business law, on her advice to women graduating from business school.
Financial Times, Apr. 7, 2014


"High wages make your employees better customers. You're putting this money in the hands of people who are most definitely going to spend it. They're not socking it away in mutual funds. The money goes back into the economy pretty quickly."

Wallace Hopp, senior associate dean for faculty and research and Herrick Professor of Business, on increasing the minimum wage.
Washington Post, Feb. 21, 2014


"Many problems are far too complex for any one person to resolve. They need to learn how to depend on others."

Professor Paula Caproni on why business students should learn to be team players.
U.S. News and World Report, Dec 19, 2013