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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 24 Apr 2014, 05:01
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Any waitlist candidates receive any updates since R2 decisions? Does Fuqua admit international WL candidates in as late as R3?


WL candidates are only admitted on decision release dates, and then on a rolling basis after the last decision date.
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The Fuqua Honor Code: Building Leaders of Consequence throug [#permalink] New post 24 Apr 2014, 07:00
FROM Fuqua Current Student Blogs: The Fuqua Honor Code: Building Leaders of Consequence through Uncompromising Integrity
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Fuqua is one of the most diverse business schools in the world. Students represent different countries and cultures, and have a wide array of professional backgrounds and future goals. As students, they embrace this diversity as a part of the Fuqua brand, Team Fuqua, and focus on what unites them — their desire to be leaders of consequence, both inside the walls of Fuqua and well beyond them. Perhaps the most profound component of Fuqua that enables students to become influential leaders is the Honor Code. The Fuqua Honor Code provides that students will not lie, cheat, or steal in their academic endeavors, that they will conduct themselves honorably in all aspects of their lives, and that they will act if the standard is compromised.

The function of the Honor Code is to instill a common identity and purpose within the Fuqua community, promoting uncompromising integrity as a key value of Team Fuqua and a central component of leaders of consequence. Where the Honor Code guides , the values of Team Fuqua binds; at Fuqua, living in adherence to the Honor Code is not a suggestion, but an expectation. As the first-year class elected Honor Representatives, we both feel strongly that the Honor Code is something that builds our community of trust, strengthens our bonds, and protects all Fuquans. It is not enough for us to “get along” as classmates, it is important that we seek to “get it right.” Often that means holding each other accountable to do the right thing over the convenient thing. And this helps us all become better students, better leaders, and better people.

As judicial reps, we feel compelled to serve the student body in part because our backgrounds have instilled in us the principles of living honorably. We are both alumni of institutions with strong honor codes, and chose pre-Fuqua careers with a focus on integrity — Bering as an officer in the Marine Corps, and Maria as a civil servant. In this new chapter of our lives, as Honor Representatives, we are elected members of the MBA Association (MBAA) and serve our peers by sitting as voting members of the Judicial Board when an honor violation is reviewed. Our classmates also uphold the Honor Code through their actions every day, implicitly using the principles of honor as a cornerstone for character development and ultimately, leadership development. In the end, character is inseparable from leadership.

The Honor Code at Fuqua manifests itself long before the first day of classes. You will pledge that your application is truthful when seeking admission. Once admitted, the incoming class takes a pledge during Orientation. All new students stand up, raise their right hand, and promise to uphold the principles of honesty, fairness, respect, and accountability. By pledging their support of the Honor Code, students explicitly promise to protect and promote the culture of integrity we have here at Fuqua, making the school the great place that it is.

In an environment centered around numbers and returns, it is difficult to quantify the effect honor has on life at Fuqua. Honor guides daily life, actions, and conversations; it builds character and shapes future business leaders into leaders of consequence. In addition to the Honor Code, the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics (COLE) and the annual Leadership & Ethics Conference work to promote a culture of integrity. In a short time (perhaps too short a time), Fuqua students leave the Duke community and work to make a positive change in the business world — reducing the corruption and unethical behavior that mires today’s headlines. It is our hope that the foundation they build at Fuqua will help to guide their future decisions. It is imperative that students leave Fuqua as consequential leaders for the improvement of the world.

Fuqua’s Honor Code is strong, and the system has facilitated an atmosphere where students act with individual responsibility. They strive to do the right thing, even when no one is looking. It is our Team Fuqua values, our system, and our honor code. This includes the personal decision to act honorably and to not tolerate the actions of those who choose to violate the conditions of the Honor Code. An important aspect of the Honor Code is that all students are expected to report violations by their peers. When a suspected violation occurs, the judicial process sees that the accused are afforded certain rights because the consequences can be grave — from failing the class to expulsion from Fuqua. This is a profound responsibility, but one that is not taken lightly by Fuqua students. Faculty and staff also understand the spirit of the Honor Code, and serve as exemplars to students. It is the gravity with which everyone — students, faculty, and staff — approach the idea of ethical and honorable conduct that we are able to hold each other accountable for shortcomings.

We believe in the purpose and existence of the Honor Code because it makes us, our community, and the organizations we lead better. When students arrive at Duke they aren’t handed the Duke MBA; they earn it through hard work and success in the classroom. They also aren’t handed the title, Leader of Consequence — they earn it by living with integrity and character.

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The Fuqua Honor Code: Building Leaders of Consequence throug [#permalink] New post 25 Apr 2014, 12:00
FROM Fuqua Current Student Blogs: The Fuqua Honor Code: Building Leaders of Consequence through Uncompromising Integrity
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Maria McLemore and Bering Tsang.

Fuqua is one of the most diverse business schools in the world. Students represent different countries and cultures, and have a wide array of professional backgrounds and future goals. As students, they embrace this diversity as a part of the Fuqua brand, Team Fuqua, and focus on what unites them — their desire to be leaders of consequence, both inside the walls of Fuqua and well beyond them. Perhaps the most profound component of Fuqua that enables students to become influential leaders is the Honor Code. The Fuqua Honor Code provides that students will not lie, cheat, or steal in their academic endeavors, that they will conduct themselves honorably in all aspects of their lives, and that they will act if the standard is compromised.

The function of the Honor Code is to instill a common identity and purpose within the Fuqua community, promoting uncompromising integrity as a key value of Team Fuqua and a central component of leaders of consequence. Where the Honor Code guides , the values of Team Fuqua binds; at Fuqua, living in adherence to the Honor Code is not a suggestion, but an expectation. As the first-year class elected Honor Representatives, we both feel strongly that the Honor Code is something that builds our community of trust, strengthens our bonds, and protects all Fuquans. It is not enough for us to “get along” as classmates, it is important that we seek to “get it right.” Often that means holding each other accountable to do the right thing over the convenient thing. And this helps us all become better students, better leaders, and better people.

As judicial reps, we feel compelled to serve the student body in part because our backgrounds have instilled in us the principles of living honorably. We are both alumni of institutions with strong honor codes, and chose pre-Fuqua careers with a focus on integrity — Bering as an officer in the Marine Corps, and Maria as a civil servant. In this new chapter of our lives, as Honor Representatives, we are elected members of the MBA Association (MBAA) and serve our peers by sitting as voting members of the Judicial Board when an honor violation is reviewed. Our classmates also uphold the Honor Code through their actions every day, implicitly using the principles of honor as a cornerstone for character development and ultimately, leadership development. In the end, character is inseparable from leadership.

The Honor Code at Fuqua manifests itself long before the first day of classes. You will pledge that your application is truthful when seeking admission. Once admitted, the incoming class takes a pledge during Orientation. All new students stand up, raise their right hand, and promise to uphold the principles of honesty, fairness, respect, and accountability. By pledging their support of the Honor Code, students explicitly promise to protect and promote the culture of integrity we have here at Fuqua, making the school the great place that it is.

In an environment centered around numbers and returns, it is difficult to quantify the effect honor has on life at Fuqua. Honor guides daily life, actions, and conversations; it builds character and shapes future business leaders into leaders of consequence. In addition to the Honor Code, the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics (COLE) and the annual Leadership & Ethics Conference work to promote a culture of integrity. In a short time (perhaps too short a time), Fuqua students leave the Duke community and work to make a positive change in the business world — reducing the corruption and unethical behavior that mires today’s headlines. It is our hope that the foundation they build at Fuqua will help to guide their future decisions. It is imperative that students leave Fuqua as consequential leaders for the improvement of the world.

Fuqua’s Honor Code is strong, and the system has facilitated an atmosphere where students act with individual responsibility. They strive to do the right thing, even when no one is looking. It is our Team Fuqua values, our system, and our honor code. This includes the personal decision to act honorably and to not tolerate the actions of those who choose to violate the conditions of the Honor Code. An important aspect of the Honor Code is that all students are expected to report violations by their peers. When a suspected violation occurs, the judicial process sees that the accused are afforded certain rights because the consequences can be grave — from failing the class to expulsion from Fuqua. This is a profound responsibility, but one that is not taken lightly by Fuqua students. Faculty and staff also understand the spirit of the Honor Code, and serve as exemplars to students. It is the gravity with which everyone — students, faculty, and staff — approach the idea of ethical and honorable conduct that we are able to hold each other accountable for shortcomings.

We believe in the purpose and existence of the Honor Code because it makes us, our community, and the organizations we lead better. When students arrive at Duke they aren’t handed the Duke MBA; they earn it through hard work and success in the classroom. They also aren’t handed the title, Leader of Consequence — they earn it by living with integrity and character.

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From Soldier to Student to Student Leader [#permalink] New post 07 May 2014, 08:00
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Business school is as much about the journey as it is about the ultimate destination. To that end, over the last 10 months, my classmates and I have all been working hard to balance 4 competing categories of activities: academics, recruiting, social/club events, and our personal lives. The beauty (and frustration during core classes) of Fuqua’s 6-week terms is how little time we have to meet the rigorous demands of all these categories. We all learn (or are forced to learn) disciplined time management and make tradeoffs because overlapping events will inevitably occur. I had to learn what was most important to me: one extra hour of studying, preparing for an interview, or getting ready for “date night” with my wife. As she can attest, I didn’t always pick the right one.

After the summer and two fall terms, we were mostly done with core classes (leaving only Operations in Spring 1), and could focus on pursuing the electives and club leadership opportunities that interested us most while winding down our internship hunts. However, amidst the chaos that was Fall 1, I saw an opportunity for a future role that would best encapsulate why I enrolled in the Fuqua School of Business. Transitioning out of 7 years in the U.S. Army (as an enlisted man, no less), I knew I needed a rigorous foundation for business. I wanted to exit my comfort zone and immerse myself in the necessary elements to effectively implement successful business strategies, which more often than not have become global. The China Global Academic Travel Experience (GATE) seemed like the ideal elective: 6 weeks of classes followed by 2 weeks in the country. Why China? Well, while China’s export and import growth have recently slowed down from their unsustainable double digit increases, it is still the country to study when thinking about global business opportunities. A recent PwC report stated “China is projected to overtake the US as the largest economy by 2017 in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms and by 2027 in market exchange rate terms.”

I knew I wanted to learn as much as I could about the country, both from an academic and personal perspective. But I didn’t just want to learn: I wanted to lead. During my time in the Army, I was blessed enough to deploy multiple times and always return safely with those Soldiers under my care. I worked in a variety of positions and deployed to the countries of Ecuador, Colombia, and twice to Afghanistan. I wanted to complement real world leadership experience with the opportunity to travel to a continent I had not visited, while leading my fellow classmates to better understand and explore the business, economy, culture, and politics of a foreign country.

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So, I applied to be a GATE Team Leader. As one member of a 5-person Team Leader group (Carson Rockett, Camden Yumori, Jessica Dennis, and Ben Markowitz round out the group), I was excited for Spring II to start. Prior to the trip, most of our duties revolved around preparing for the actual class with our professors (Jeannete Song and Dan Vermeer), and enlisting companies to host our 90+ students during our 2-week visit. It was rewarding work to see how family, friends, and strangers came together to help us in our quest. Now, during the actual visit, our jobs focused on the logistics of moving and maintaining accountability of 90+ students not just to and from different company and cultural visits, but also 4 different cities (Beijing, Chongqing, Chengdu, and Shanghai). Looking back, GATE truly represents the best opportunity for student leadership combined with academics.

In order to better tailor the visit I designed a survey for the registered students. My fellow team leaders and I were very pleased to see we had great representation from the major career tracks (consulting, finance, marketing, general management, and healthcare), but were actually surprised to learn that the most requested industry to visit was not electronics or energy, but the Chinese government. While we were unable to comply with this request, we were able to schedule a briefing by the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu, along with visits to Lenovo, Tsingua University, Coca-Cola, Changan Ford, New Oriental Education Company, the NBA, Wangjiang Industrial Co., P&G, Bloomberg, SanDisk, Wells Fargo, the Panda Breeding Research Center, GSK, and the Chengdu Airport Authority.

Ultimately, what we each desired to obtain from the trip was incredibly personal, but I think it can best be encapsulated by this anonymous respondent’s quote from our survey: “A better understanding of China and its past, as well as its expected future.”

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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 08 May 2014, 21:04
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 08 May 2014, 22:52
Today is the big day ! I am waitlisted and hoping to get off it today. Good luck to all!
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 04:47
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Good luck to all R3 and waitlist applicants!


Can international waitlisted candidates expect to hear good news from Fuqua today?
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 05:31
Anyone receive a call yet?
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 06:04
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Anyone receive a call yet?


Not here...I have to make a decision today though...So I am just going to give it a couple of more hours...
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 06:31
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Anyone receive a call yet?


Not here...I have to make a decision today though...So I am just going to give it a couple of more hours...


Any good news from Fuqua yet? Anyone? It's 10:30 in Durham..
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My girlfriend just got the call around 10:45AM ET. She had been waitlisted Round 2.

Guess we're both headed to Durham now!
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My girlfriend just got the call around 10:45AM ET. She had been waitlisted Round 2.

Guess we're both headed to Durham now!


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Friends, I was admitted off the Duke waitlist this morning at 8:00AM central time. I am located in Chicago.

I felt this update was the least I could do given the fact that I have been scouring these message boards since January.

Best of luck to all of you and thank you for helping me find my sanity going through this process. It is such a challenge and I am so glad that it is over for me but my heart goes out to those that are still in the struggle.
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 07:49
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Friends, I was admitted off the Duke waitlist this morning at 8:00AM central time. I am located in Chicago.

I felt this update was the least I could do given the fact that I have been scouring these message boards since January.

Best of luck to all of you and thank you for helping me find my sanity going through this process. It is such a challenge and I am so glad that it is over for me but my heart goes out to those that are still in the struggle.


Congrats! Hope to see you on campus.

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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 07:56
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Friends, I was admitted off the Duke waitlist this morning at 8:00AM central time. I am located in Chicago.

I felt this update was the least I could do given the fact that I have been scouring these message boards since January.

Best of luck to all of you and thank you for helping me find my sanity going through this process. It is such a challenge and I am so glad that it is over for me but my heart goes out to those that are still in the struggle.


Congrats! Out of curiosity, did you do your interview on April 24th with a class visit and such? You bio reminds me of someone I was chatting with that day...

Edit: It looks like those who did not get the call have notification posted in their login. I'm still on the waitlist...
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 08:19
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Friends, I was admitted off the Duke waitlist this morning at 8:00AM central time. I am located in Chicago.

I felt this update was the least I could do given the fact that I have been scouring these message boards since January.

Best of luck to all of you and thank you for helping me find my sanity going through this process. It is such a challenge and I am so glad that it is over for me but my heart goes out to those that are still in the struggle.



congrats! what round did you apply in?
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 08:46
I applied in Round 2.

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Friends, I was admitted off the Duke waitlist this morning at 8:00AM central time. I am located in Chicago.

I felt this update was the least I could do given the fact that I have been scouring these message boards since January.

Best of luck to all of you and thank you for helping me find my sanity going through this process. It is such a challenge and I am so glad that it is over for me but my heart goes out to those that are still in the struggle.



congrats! what round did you apply in?
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Re: Fuqua (Duke) Class of 2016: Calling all applicants! [#permalink] New post 09 May 2014, 09:55
It's over and I should probably stop refreshing this page, right?

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