Itohan Enadeghe, MBA ’21, Lungile Tshuma, MBA ’21, Chinazar Okoro, MBA ’22, and Oluwakemi Adene, MBA ’22, wrote this for the Olin Blog. They are all executive board members of the Olin Africa Business Club. Olin Africa Business Club’s 2021

For two weeks in March, Chinese students left Zoom behind and met in Beijing and Shanghai for residency programs.

There was no worse time for global supply chain managers to hear about a 1,300-foot ship carrying 18,000 containers stuck, diagonally, in the Suez Canal.

With a new spring student intake, my colleagues have gone the extra mile to create important student experiences for those who attend online.

Olin’s Weston Career Center has begun an initiative to encourage international job opportunities for students in China and expand communication among Olin alums.