“This is a first look at some of the leaders who’ll be shaping the discussions and decisions around business in the coming decades,” said John A. Byrne, founder and editor of Poets&Quants
. “They are already so informed, creative and versatile. I can’t wait to see what they do after they graduate.”
To compile this year’s Best & Brightest students, Poets & Quants reached out to 55 leading business schools listed in its exclusive 2016 Best Undergraduate Business Programs ranking. Faculty and administrators chose two students per school based on “academic excellence, extracurricular leadership, personal character, innate potential, striking personal narrative and overall impact on the program.”
In-depth profiles feature each student answering questions relating to biggest lessons learned, favorite professors, dream jobs and more.
“We asked students to dig deep so readers could know why they pursued business, what they loved about it and what they hoped to do with this knowledge,” explains Jeff Schmitt, who organized and directed the Best & Brightest project. “Our goal is to show potential business majors why it is such a valuable path — and what it takes to be successful in school and beyond.”
To read Adam Beasley’s profile, click here: http://poetsandquantsforundergrads.com/2017/04/09/2017-best-brightest-adam-beasley-texas-christian-university-neeley/
To read Zach Miller’s profile, click here: http://poetsandquantsforundergrads.com/2017/04/09/2017-best-brightest-zach-miller-texas-christian-university-neeley/
To read the feature article, click here: http://poetsandquantsforundergrads.com/2017/04/07/best-brightest-business-majors-class-2017/