Zicklin Insights

Life Today 2020

October 2020

The Corona Diaries, Part V
By Professor Marc Edelman
October 11, 2020

Students also seem to appreciate the interactive approach of the Socratic method style of teaching, even online. Read More

July 2020

The Corona Diaries, Part IV
By Professor Marc Edelman
July 6, 2020

On Tuesday, we celebrated my wife’s birthday with a relaxing 35,000-step walk through Manhattan. Read More

June 2020

Stepping into the Future with Purpose and Confidence 
By Associate Dean Gwendolyn Webb 
June 15, 2020

"My classmates all come from different backgrounds, yet we all have something in common: we have the power to enact change." Read More

The Corona Diaries, Part III
By Professor Marc Edelman
June 2, 2020

Each day, we walk around our apartment with a fake torch and sing the Olympic theme song. Read More

May 2020

Silver Linings
By Professor Gwendolyn Webb
May 28, 2020

We came together in the midst of the chaos of the pandemic to create a positive initiative we hope will have lasting value.
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Networking in the New Normal 
by Elizabeth MacMahon
May 26, 2020

During an uncertain time, connecting with fellow MBA students is very comforting! Read More

If Rocks Could Talk 
By Katherine Garcia
May 5, 2020

I love the idea of turning a simple rock into a source of inspiration and love that can make someone’s day. Read More

The Corona Diaries, Part II
By Professor Marc Edelman
May 1, 2020 

Many of the same strategies that made living alone in China easier have a​lso helped me get through this. Read More

April 2020

Keeping Fit, Staying Safe 
By Paquita Davis-Friday 
Senior Associate Dean for Finance and Operations

It reminded me of that scene from the movie Elf.
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Freezing Homemade Soup
By Laura Jewell
Director of Strategic Communications & Business Development

Sheltering at home has motivated me to learn some new culinary storing skills. Read More

Step By Step
By Chris Laudando
CRM Communications Manager

It’s important to walk at least 10,000 steps a day.
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With a Little Help From My Friends
By Brendan Owens, student (EMBA HCA, ’20)

My friends and I love the Beatles’ music.
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Ready to Step In
By Marios Koufaris
April 30, 2020
Professor of Information Systems and Chair of the Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics 

Seeing everyone come together so quickly in the case of an emergency made me incredibly proud. Read More

Working Productively From a Hotel Room in Malaysia
By Jimmy Wong (MBA, ’01)
April 23, 2020

This unprecedented period has offered a unique window to the possibilities of a carbon-free world. Read More

The Corona Diaries
By Professor Marc Edelman
Saturday, April 11, 2020

I am 42 years old so I have lived through some interesting times, including the false Y2K scare and the days in aftermath of 9-11. Yet, still, I can’t say I was entirely prepared. Read More

Lost and Found
By Lillie Glenn
Director of Budget and Administration

As I walked down Lexington Avenue I found a wallet in the crosswalk at about 45th Street. Read More

Now the Work Begins
By Laura Varela
Incoming MS candidate

They kept telling me that it wasn't my fault, but after I hung up I couldn't help thinking about what I could have done differently. Read More

Our New Office Mates
By Laura Jewell
Director of Strategic Communications & Business Development
By Lawrence Kelty
Marketing Coordinator
By Sara Welch
Associate Director, Marketing & Communications

Working from home has required sharing a space with a family member. Read More

My Secret Gardens
By Nahida Rahim
Assistant Director, Graduate Programs

It’s amazing how places can impact you both mentally and spiritually. Read More