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Booth Stories brings to life the people, places, ideas, and thought leadership that make the University of Chicago Booth School of Business a global leader in business education. Discover inspiring student stories, get leadership insights from accomplished alumni, get to know our faculty as researchers, teachers, and mentors, and much more. Explore Booth Stories. You'll find so many different, powerful, personal answers to the question, "Why Booth?"

Celebrating Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, we will be spotlighting stories throughout March celebrating the bold, trailblazing women within our community. Explore their stories below and in our section covering Booth women.

Booth evening MBA student Jasmyne Gorrell

Meet a Booth Student: Jasmyne Gorrell

Meet Jasmyne Gorrell, an Evening MBA student and co-chair of the Coalition of Minorities in Business. She tells us why she chose Chicago Booth and how she helps support diversity initiatives at Booth and beyond.

In the Spotlight

Illustration of  David MacLennan

Cargill CEO Dave MacLennan, ’88

MacLennan's reflections on the immense changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the global food corporation’s commitments to diversity, inclusion, and sustainability.

man sitting at computer

Employment Data from the Class of 2020

The Chicago Booth Employment Report offers comprehensive data that helps you understand the Booth hiring landscape. We took a look at the most recent report for the Class of 2020 and are sharing some of the key takeaways.

Closeup of a woman's hand as she browses the aisle of her grocery store; focusing on a $1.99 price tag

Companies Can Be Irrational Too

Assistant professor of marketing Avner Strulov-Shlain describes how his research can change the way we think about companies’ decisions.

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