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January 2021
Dear Friends and Colleagues,

New year greetings! We fervently hope 2021 will be a very different year. I am reminded of the lines written by the poet T.S. Eliot:

“For last year's words belong to last year's language. And next year's words await another voice.”

In just a few days, we start our spring semester, ready to script a new narrative, having absorbed lessons from this past fall.

Best wishes,
Rajib Sanyal, PhD
IMPACT—Welcome Endorsement

It is always a source of pride to be externally recognized. The recent listing by The Princeton Review of our On-Campus MBA Program as a Best Business School for 2021 is just one such example. This recognition is based on surveys of students and meeting the criteria for academic excellence—both worthy pillars to build one’s reputation! Check out our platter of MBA and MS programs.
INNOVATIONA Champion on Any Field

The resilience of our students is exemplified by this story of a management senior, George Adamou, whose soccer playing was sidelined by an injury. Undaunted, he pursued his passion for the sport by playing it online to become a top-ranked player of FIFA’s soccer video games.
ENGAGEMENT—A Lasting Imprint

Our goal to provide all our students meaningful exposure to the world of work rests on three pegs—internships, mentoring and job shadowing. This past fall, 17 undergraduate students completed virtual job shadowing of executives via Zoom and Google Meet, providing them a firsthand introduction to the daily responsibilities and long-term projects of managers and an insight into an organization’s culture. The participating firms included:
This e-newsletter is prepared by the Office of the Dean of the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business at Adelphi University.