Although they’re not racy stories that are likely to compete for tabloid headlines, they are definitely top reads among prospective MBA students.
In its third year, Business Week Online‘s MBA Journals brings to life the stories of several dozen MBA students from around the nation. Among the 11 new first-year students who’ll be recounting everything from the application process to their first exam over the 2001-2002 academic year are Mays MBA students Megan and Drew Hess.
Selected among 150 first-year students, the husband and wife team will periodically submit journal entries to the series, which is available only on the Web.
According to Wendy Flynn, assistant director of the Mays MBA Program, the journals will provide a great opportunity for exposure to the Mays program. “Everyone in the Mays College is very excited about this,” she said. “Special thanks to Megan and Drew for taking the time to apply, as well as to others who applied to Business Week for these positions.”
Stay tuned to Mays Business Online for more about the Hess’ experience as MBA Journal Writers. You can check out the series by visiting the B-School section of Business Week Online.