Cornell Reaches Out

A revamping of the admissions office means, among other things, finding more ways to connect with prospective students

Like every top B-school, Cornell's Johnson School certainly has its fair share of consultants and investment bankers, but director of admissions Randall Sawyer also has a soft spot for nontraditional candidates or those looking to make a career transition. In fact, as a 15-year public relations practitioner who only this year switched over to the admissions office, Sawyer fits that profile himself.

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