Features Archive: 2017
They met decades ago in China. Yet it was their common interest in statistics and economics that fostered their special relationship.
The school is proud to boast a strong representation of veterans throughout its MBA programs.
Raymond Svider, '89, makes a gift to expand private equity programming at Chicago Booth.
Alumni Amy and Richard Wallman have committed $75 million to support the University of Chicago Booth
Alumna Amy Wallman, ’75, and alumnus Richard Wallman, ’74, build upon their legacy of philanthropic support of students and faculty with a $75 million gift.
Michael Polsky, ’87, founder and CEO of Invenergy, has made an extraordinary impact on the University of Chicago through his philanthropy. Hear his story.
Dean Rajan shares his vision for Chicago Booth and the future of business schools.
The Gift That Keeps Giving
Thanks to the leadership of its class gift committee, the Full-Time MBA class of 2017 broke participation and giving records.
Rattan Khosa, ’79, is the founder, president, and CEO of AMSYSCO Inc. However, his path to success was not without its challenges.
A gift from Tandean Rustandy, ’07, will support expanded research and programming in social innovation and entrepreneurship.