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New post 06 Dec 2013, 09:25
i just checked my application page , no email from school yet
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Still don't see an update...
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Still don't see an update...



Me neither, looks like our juries are still out...

Where in texas are you from texas1818?
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I'm from Houston, how about you?

Good luck to everyone in the rest of both Rice and overall MBA process!
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I'm from Houston, how about you?

Good luck to everyone in the rest of both Rice and overall MBA process!


Same here, they are probably just saving the locals for last!!
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I just got the call and was admitted!! She said she had a few more to go!
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I received a thank-you Card today !!!!!!! :)

what an irony ... ding yesterday and thank-you card today :D:D:D
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FROM Jones(Rice) Admissions Blog: Conversations in Career Management
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Fabiola Currarino joined the Jones Graduate School of Business as the executive director of the Career Management Center in December of 2012. Most recently, she served as associate director in the Career Development Office at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where she contributed to its success with professional development for full-time MBA students. Prior to working at MIT, Fabiola was the European managing director for Minrad (now Piramal Healthcare). A native of Peru, she earned an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a B.B.A. from Pontificia Universidad Catolica in Lima, Peru.

 

With the increased economic activity in Houston, has the CMC seen an increased demand for MBAs in Houston?
In general our students tend to stay within the Houston area, so it is a very important market for us. And, yes, the increased activity within the city’s economic environment absolutely has a positive effect on our students. We’ve seen that increased activity in multiple ways. On-campus recruiting opportunities, for example, where more companies from the Houston area come in and hire through our structured process. Also students are going out and doing their own networking, looking for their own specific opportunities. They are finding companies that haven’t hired MBAs in the past but are starting to understand the value of the MBAs and the Rice MBAs in particular and hiring them.

What are the industries hiring Rice MBAs?
The top industries hiring our MBAs are consulting, financial services, petroleum and energy, and technology. Consulting has remained around 20 percent in the past few years; financial services and energy have fluctuated in the past, accounting for 20 percent and 30 percent respectively last year. Technology seems to be coming back stronger; after the financial crisis there was a dip in that number, but we had a big number in internship recruiting for the class of 2014. Companies like Hewlett-Packard hired six interns this past summer, for us that’s a large number.

What things have you improved or added since joining the Jones School last December?
There are a number of initiatives that we’ve seen as areas of opportunity for the CMC since I joined.
  • Health Care Fellowship Because health care has not been a sector that has traditionally hired MBAs, hospitals may not know the value a Rice MBA can bring to the table. In order to help students gain experience in health care, we provided summer fellowships so students could take those internships without worrying about salary. Once they demonstrate their value, the hospitals will realize the benefit and, in the long term, secure their own funds to bring more people in and hire our MBAs. We granted four fellowships this past summer to first year, full-time MBA students. 
  • Super Info Sessions We have had more companies interested in coming to campus to do an information session than dates available So we tried something called a super info session with six non-competing companies coming in to a one-hour session. They make their pitch to the students in 10 minutes, say who they are, who their team is, what their projects are, and what they’re looking for. The value for the companies is that they saw 60+ students versus the 5 to 10 they would have seen individually. The value for the students is that they heard from companies they might not have signed up to see. It was so well-received by the company representatives and the students that we plan to continue this in the spring semester. 
  • Intake Sessions In the past, it has been the students’ responsibility to come to us and discuss what their needs are for their two years. By implementing intake sessions, we ask students to come at least once and have a one-on-one conversation with an advisor to talk about predetermined topics. We ask them about their preferences, and where they are in their career efforts so that we understand as a whole what the class needs are. How do they look? What are the new trends, not only for the full-time students but also the professionals and executives? The data is very important and powerful for us. The students make a connection to the career center early on and start the process of defining what they want. From our side, we’re getting to know them better and getting hard data, which will allow us to tailor programs, customize our outreach to companies, and better understand what the students are interested in.
  • The career center has always participated in diversity conferences. As previous lead academic partner for the National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA) and National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA), the Jones School prides itself on its role of supporting its students and other MBA candidates who attend corporate recruitment events. We made the decision this year to become the first academic sponsor of National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA). Supporting the organization, the students, and companies that all come together – this year in Houston – was a significant opportunity for us. 
Which alumni services does the CMC provide that alumni might not be aware of?
As an office we are now formally charged with services for alumni. What we currently provide is the job board — MBA focus — with employment opportunities for experienced hires across the U.S. We also have a dedicated advisor for the alumni, Marie Bergeron. So they can set up an appointment with Marie and sit with her one-on-one and discuss an array of questions such as, “I’m negotiating a job offer, how do I go about it?” Or “I’m considering moving from my current role into something else” or “I’m happy with my company but I want to move forward.” We are here, and we are happy to talk with alumni about their careers. That’s part of the investment they made as students and a service they will continue to have access to after graduation.

Also, we’re planning on doing a series of webinars in the near future (next academic year), with relevant content for alumni in different stages of their careers and in different industries.

How does the Jones School fare in terms of employment compared to other schools?
For the class of 2013 the rankings haven’t been published yet, so we don’t have exact data, but anecdotally through talking to different career centers there has been an overall uptick across the U.S. Most of the business schools are doing better. Having said that, our 79 percent offers accepted at graduation seems to be on the high end of the range, as well as our 94 percent three months out. So it seems to be a strong year for us not only compared to other schools, but relative to our own historic performance.

The JGSB Career Management Center has 11 full time staff committed to furthering the career goals and employment opportunities of new MBAs and alumni. For more information about the CMC visit www.business.rice.edu/CMC.
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FROM Jones(Rice) Admissions Blog: Reflecting on the First Year
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As I start my second year, I am surprised by the close relationships I have formed with my classmates in a relatively short amount of time.  We are all so supportive of one another, and I feel like my classmates are lifelong friends.  Without these great peers, it’s hard to imagine what my first year of this challenging MBA program would have been like. 

The amount of knowledge packed into that first year was amazing — everything from all of the textbook learning to the lectures and projects —all contributed to me having a different approach to not only my professional endeavors but personal as well.  The creative thinking has allowed me to look at my profession and industry (energy and consulting) in a whole new light as I feel able to find relevance between my Rice MBA experience and the real-world experiences that occur all around me. 

If I had to offer the prospective students out there one piece of advice, here it is:  The Rice MBA is so much more than just checking the box that you have your MBA.  So come with the mindset of accepting this academic challenge and of pushing yourself to grow in areas that are outside of your comfort zone.  Surround yourself with the best talent and then be curious and ready to learn from others. 
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FROM Jones(Rice) Admissions Blog: Alumni Perspective: Why this Entrepreneur Chose a Rice MBA
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When I was a kid, I didn’t really have anything specific I wanted to be when I grew up. I knew however that I liked business and retail a lot. My dad was in the retail shoe business, so I sold shoes in high school on Saturdays gaining pocket money and business experience. I went to Tulane for my BSM (Bachelor of Science in Management). After Tulane, I went through the executive training program at Foleys where I worked for five years managing various departments. I eventually determined I didn’t want to make a career out of retail, so I decided to go back to school to hopefully help my future.

At the time I had a choice among the Jones School, UT and SMU and I think I ultimately picked the Jones School because it was in Houston and because of the entrepreneurship aspect of the school. It also may have had something to do with my girlfriend (and now wife Tina) who was living in Houston at the time. So I can say without a doubt that it was a good thing for me to stay in Houston. Before I came to Rice, my perception of it was that it was a really quality institution. I loved the campus itself, its overall feel and the aesthetics. When I got in, I jumped at the chance because I knew it was the best school.

While at Rice, I really liked Ed Williams’ entrepreneurship class; it was definitely my favorite. I also enjoyed a great project we did with Apple. There was a competition where we formed teams to create a business plan on how to get more Apple computers on campus. We set up financing through Compass Bank and then came up with some creative marketing to sell more Apple products. Our team ended up winning the competition among our peers, and we all received a ‘Mac SE,‘ which was awesome at the time!

I think what was nice about our MBA program was the small class size — you got to know a lot of people well. I made good friends who I still keep in touch with. It was a very friendly and cooperative atmosphere; there was not that cutthroat MBA feel you hear about; we helped each other and the experience was really enjoyable.

When I graduated from Rice, I went to work for the Trammell Crow Company, a large real estate firm, and was there for 12 years. At the time Trammell Crow only hired MBAs, so Rice definitely opened the door (and ultimately became a springboard for starting my own real estate company). Overall, I’d say that in Houston, Rice has an excellent name and helps out in business through networking and lots of other little things that add up to real benefits.

My current business, Davis Commercial, is a commercial real estate company specializing in the disposition, acquisition, leasing, tenant representation and development of commercial properties. We cater to a large range of clients — from individuals to Fortune 500 companies such as ExxonMobil and Walgreens.

My wife Tina is an entrepreneur herself and owns a vintage clothing store called “Cheeky Vintage” here in Houston. While I was attending Rice, she started making jewelry, and I would take her wares around to stores and get orders. In Ed Williams’ class, I used her jewelry-making business for my business plan model. I think the plan changed it for the better and eventually led to the successful store that Tina has today. So I guess you could say Rice has been a real plus for our entire family!
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FROM Jones(Rice) Admissions Blog: Rice MBA awarded "WSJ Startup of the Year"
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Congratulations to Allison Lami Sawyer and Rebellion Photonics for being named Wall Street Journal's Startup of the Year!

Rebellion Photonics, a Houston-based Rice University startup company, founded in 2010 by a Rice Bioengineering PhD student and Rice MBA student, have won the first ever Wall Street Journal  Startup of the Year Competition, announced last night at an awards ceremony in New York City.

Rebellion Photonics was founded by Allison Lami Sawyer (Rice MBA '10) and Robert Kester (Rice Bioengineering PhD, '10).  Rebellion's Gas Cloud Imaging camera is the world's only real-time chemical imaging camera for continuous monitoring of rigs and refineries. Rebellion's technology is based on a unique snap-shot hyperspectral imaging technology.

The technology was developed in the lab of Tomasz Tkaczyk, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Bioengineering, and Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, within the George R. Brown School of Engineering at Rice University.

Allison Lami Sawyer and Robert Kester met in their final year at Rice University through one of their original mentors, Dr. Thomas Kraft,  Director of Technology Ventures Development at the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship.   The team was formed as part of an ongoing initiative to pair graduate students from the Brown School of Engineering with MBA students from the Jones Graduate School of Business.

Rebellion Photonics competed as graduate students at the 2010 Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC), and finished as runner-up, winning over $100,000 in seed funding.   They won the right to compete at the RBPC by winning an internal competition held in an entrepreneurship course taught by Dennis Murphree, a successful venture capital and private equity investor from Houston.  The Rice Business Plan Competition is the world's richest and largest graduate student startup competition.

Rebellion Photonics went on to receive funding from the Texas Emerging Technology Fund, a fund that supports promising early-stage companies in Texas.

Rebellion Photonic’s camera is the world's only real-time chemical imaging camera for continuous monitoring of rigs and refineries. The technology can be used for a variety of groundbreaking chemical imaging products in markets such as defense, biological research, food contamination detection, rig/refinery safety, quality control, and forensics.

Rebellion Photonics builds cameras that can spot poisonous and potentially explosive gas leaks on oil rigs and at refineries. The cameras can detect at least 20 different gases simultaneously and in real time.

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FROM Jones(Rice) Admissions Blog: Alumni advice for prospective Executive MBA students
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It has been about six months since my graduation from the Rice MBA for Executives program back in May 2013 but it seems like just yesterday that I was in your position of evaluating not only my career but the direction of my career.   The Rice MBA for Executives program appealed to me because I had reached a point in my career where two things became quite evident:

1) I needed to gain additional business knowledge
2) I needed to increase my professional network with decision makers.

Those two things were key differentiators for me in deciding to pursue this executive MBA program.  I chose Rice University because of its local presence and full-campus offerings and because of the visible success of the Rice MBA alumni throughout the energy industry.

If I had a piece of advice for you as a prospective student, it would be that the Rice MBA experience is life changing.  With that positive and life changing transformation comes a lot of hard work for both you and your family.

Be prepared.  Make sure you include your family in the decision-making process.  And take advantage of the many family events that the school provides while you are going through the program.  Everything from the Significant Others Club to the Fall Family Outdoor Festival to the Homecoming Event to the Family Tailgate Football parties-- all of these events are not just for you but to ensure that you include your family in the Rice MBA experience. 
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Got rejected after the interview. Feeling very low. I really wanted to study at Rice, and yeah, dreams do get shattered.
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Having just been through this process, I would advise applicants in later rounds not to over-analyze the timing of notifications for other applicants. Comparing timelines with previous classes or with other applicants is often just as likely to be a source of misguided anxiety as it is to yield any meaningful predictive power. Just remember that anything is possible up until the moment you actually receive your official notification.
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Just got Dinged from my other Round 1 school, so looks like I know where I'll be next August! (Even though I was already 98% set on Rice anyway)
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Hi all - I'm admitted in R1

Can someone shed some light on the background check process? Just trying to see when/if I should tell my current employer

I'm assuming it's the usual checks: criminal, credit, salary, bonus, dates of employment
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FROM Jones(Rice) Admissions Blog: All about the Waitlist
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I received my admissions decision and I am waitlisted, what does this mean?
In each admissions round, the Admissions Committee (Ad Com) evaluates applicants with a holistic approach utilizing a variety of factors.  While the typical admissions decision is accept or reject, the Ad Com will sometimes hold candidates with a waitlist decision.  With a waitlist decision, the Ad Com felt there were too many questions to issue a definitive decision by the deadline date.

If I am on the waitlist, what should I do next?
Reach out to the Admissions Office for feedback.  If you are waitlisted, the Ad Com might have had questions about a specific aspect of your application.  Emailing or calling the Admissions Office is the best first step.  Listen to the feedback provided by the Admissions Team.  Examples of feedback might include (but is not limited to) submitting an additional essay explaining a job gap on your resume or retaking the GMAT.  This feedback is directly related to the waitlist decision and while submitting additional information or retaking an exam is not a guarantee it can only help your application. 

But I don’t want to retake the GMAT (…or write an essay or interview again…)!
It is your choice how to proceed with the feedback you are given, but if you are given feedback the best way to positively affect your application status is to listen.

What else should I do?
Keep in touch with the Admissions Office.  We want to hear from you!  If you are admitted to other programs and need a decision by a certain date, let us know.  If you received a promotion or a new work responsibility, we want to know.  Keep us in the loop.  If you haven’t visited campus yet, this is a great time to do so. Or if you are out of town, we will gladly pair you with an Admissions Ambassador (a second year student) to answer your questions.

When will I receive a final admissions decision?
Be aware of your timeline and ours.  Waitlisted candidates are evaluated every round and will receive an admissions decision of accept, reject, or will remain on the waitlist by the next round's decision date.  If you need to make a decision on where to attend school next year, let us know if your timeline is more urgent.
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Hi NewsJonesRice and welcome to the forum. I am very happy to see an official Rice presence here!

Could you give us your input on HoustonLA10's question? Specifically, how should we proceed with the background check? Is it an innocuous contact to our past and present employers? Will our present employer realize that we are planning to leave their company?

I apologize for my hyper-cautiousness :) It is 8 months from the beginning of classes and most of us would prefer to be able to control how and when our employers find out we're moving on. Thank you much, and again welcome to the forum!
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Hi ,

I am planning to apply to Rice in the second round. I have a few doubts regarding the online application. Would be glad if someone could help.


1. I have studied from Maharashtra Board and completed engineering .Do I need to upload transcripts for 10th(SSC) and 12th (HSC) standards as well or only engineering transcripts would be suffice?

2.Any pointers regarding online tools to convert GPA to 4.0 scale.
Also is it required to convert all the scores right from SSC or just for BE (Bachelor of Engineering)

3. Also what is the process to get an application waiver.

Thanks ,
Priyanka

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