Cornell's Randall Sawyer fields questions on the application process at Cornell's Johnson School
Chat: June 22 at noon EDT Guest: Randall Sawyer, assistant dean of admissions, financial aid, and inclusion at Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management Cornell's Johnson School (Johnson Full-Time MBA Profile) accepted a little more than 20 percent of its 2,276 applicants last year. If you'd like to be among those accepted, then you don't want to miss our next live chat event on Tuesday, June 22 at noon EDT. Randall Sawyer, assistant dean of admissions, financial aid, and inclusion at the Johnson School, will take questions on everything from writing the application essay to campus culture. Sawyer has led the admissions office for more than four years, and before this role he served as the public relations officer at the Johnson School. He spent more than six years working in public relations for former New York Governor George Pataki and has more than 13 years' experience in political public relations in New York. He received his bachelor of arts degree from SUNY Geneseo in 1988 and earned his master's degree from SUNY Albany in 2000. To participate in the chat, you should head to the Chat Auditorium about 10 minutes before the scheduled event. You may be prompted to create a user name and password. It's free and should only take a few minutes. Francesca Di Meglio (screen name: FrancescaBW) will be your host. If you cannot attend the event, you can send your questions ahead of time to Francesca at FDBloombergBW@gmail.com with the subject "Cornell Chat."