Poets&Quants Honors Top Undergraduate Business Students for 2024

Poets&Quants For Undergrads has unveiled its highly anticipated ‘Best & Brightest Business Majors’ list for 2024, celebrating the remarkable achievements of 100 seniors from prestigious undergraduate business programs nationwide.

The esteemed selection highlights students like Jacob Williams from UC Berkeley’s Haas School, who has excelled in both business administration and molecular biology, conducting groundbreaking cancer research and founding a biotech consulting firm. Amber Lao from Cornell’s Dyson School initiated Better Business Week to promote social impact careers, while Jordan Fowler from the University of South Carolina co-founded four companies spanning diverse industries.

Jeff Schmitt, Poets&Quants’ senior writer, emphasizes the well-rounded excellence of these students: ‘They’re the ones leading clubs, organizing events, and creating opportunities. They live a certain purpose every day.’ The feature aims to inspire future business majors by showcasing successful strategies and potential pitfalls.

To compile the list, Poets&Quants reached out to the top 50 schools from its 2024 Undergraduate Business School Ranking, with 48 institutions participating, including renowned names like Wharton, Notre Dame, and NYU. The diverse group of honorees includes 60 women and 40 men, each receiving an in-depth profile highlighting their extracurricular leadership, academic excellence, and testimonials from faculty.

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