The Tippie Wall
Get to know alumni, students, and faculty of the Tippie College. Discover The Power of I through their eyes and see for yourself how Integrity, Innovation, and Impact make a difference in life on campus and across the globe.
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Parker Valdez masters his schedule in order to graduate with a double major in four years.
Marketing professor conducts research on why people make bad decisions and how we can help them make better ones.
"The PMBA program specifically was right for me as it gave me a way to grow my education at night and apply it the next day while working."
Jonathan is a commercial accounts underwriter at Travelers Insurance in West Des Moines.
Jaclyn Johnson encourages students to step outside their comfort zone and never be afraid to ask questions.
A sense of adventure brought her to Tippie. Dedication and determination delivered her career.
Works with one of the biggest fast food chains in the world to promote healthy, balanced diets.
His highly sought-after internship in Citigroup's consumer bank evolved into a full-time offer.
Qing Zhang's time at the Tippie College of Business served as a launching pad from one extraordinary achievement to another.
Risk Management and Insurance Certificate helped him differentiate himself from other finance majors.
Cody took advantage of multiple experiential learning experiences to help him land his ideal position.
Madeline Noble Windauer
Started out with a fine arts degree, but landed an accomplished career in tax.
Good things come to those who wait. But it's possible better things come to those who innovate.
As a full-time MBA student, Nate Roelfs also ran a small, sustainable lawn care business.
Perry Glassgow, vice president and controller for Harley-Davison Inc., is first and foremost a Hawkeye.
She originally wanted to be in brand management at a CPG company, and that's exactly where she is now.
"I advise international students to participate more in class. If you know something, say something."
He's glad he heeded this advice: Get involved your first year and start building your personal network.
Building connections wtih people from diverse bakcgrounds is an integral part of business education.
She faces the challenges of attending college in a foreign country with enthusiasm and courage.