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“An MBA is a Swiss army knife. There are a ton of topics covered and it is appropriate for someone wanting career mobility. The oneyear master’s program is for someone wanting a more focused and specialized education.” —Andrew Ainslie, dean of the Simon Business School, says in Poets and Quants about the school’s new MS in business analytics program.


“For a number of reasons—because of our own involvement in Iraq and Syria and Afghanistan—people have taken this issue and taken it out of its local context, and I think that’s sad.” —Emil Homerin, professor of religion and classics, tells WXXI about the urge some have to draw immediate parallels with the United States after the recent terrorist attacks in France.

Huffington Post

There are just some relationships that can be harmful to our health. They put you in emotional—and sometimes physical—distress.” —Harry Reis, professor of psychology, says in a ington Post piece about relationships with “toxic” people.

USA Today

“The ‘wow factor’ is the patient coming in and saying, ‘Ooh, look at all these state-of-the-art instruments that this person has.’ (Without them), you might say, ‘Is this guy up to date?’” —Carlo Ercoli, professor of dentistry and chairman of the prosthodontic postgraduate training program at the Eastman Institute for Oral Health, says in a USA Today story about creating 3-D digital images of mouths instead of traditional dental x-rays.


“It’s very simple … it’s a little more than just putting a few magnifying glasses together.” —Doctoral student Joseph Choi tells MTV News about the cloaking device he helped create with John Howell, professor of physics.

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