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Recent News

Faculty member John E. Prescott was selected for the University of Pittsburgh 2017 Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring. The honor recognizes him for his work with Katz doctoral students. During the past 30 years, he has served on about 70 dissertation committees and his former students have become professors at elite business schools all over the world.

This spring, Lucky Pamula (EMBA '16) will travel to Silicon Valley for a short-term assignment as senior manager of artificial intelligence and data science at the Bayer Corporation LifeScience iHUB. 

This spring, Lucky Pamula (EMBA '16) will travel to Silicon Valley for a short-term assignment as senior manager of artificial intelligence and data science at the Bayer Corporation LifeScience iHUB. 

Katz MBA students, Bhanu Narne, Meichen Luo, Jacob Sondergard, and Kyle Watson competed in the 36th annual John Molson MBA International Case Competition in Montreal, Canada. Katz joined 36 other universities from across the world for the week-long competition.

Defending champions University of Florida Hough Graduate School of Business recently won the 2017 Katz Invitational Case Competition and received the top prize of $10,000.