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Owen climbs to No. 25 in U.S. News

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The Owen School improved to
No. 25 in the nation, up from No. 28 last year, in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. It marks the school’s second-highest placement ever on the list.
“As our rankings continue to move up in a highly competitive field, it’s becoming clear that others are recognizing the business school’s remarkable momentum,” says Dean Jim Bradford. “We continue to work hard to attract top-caliber talent throughout all of our management programs and look forward to many more bright days ahead.”

Men-Arrow-Graphic-275The Owen School improved to No. 25 in the nation, up from No. 28 last year, in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. It marks the school’s second-highest placement ever on the list.

“As our rankings continue to move up in a highly competitive field, it’s becoming clear that others are recognizing the business school’s remarkable momentum,” says Dean Jim Bradford. “We continue to work hard to attract top-caliber talent throughout all of our management programs and look forward to many more bright days ahead.”

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