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Alumni Panel

January 23rd, 2003

Friday, January 24 Job Search Strategies in This Economy 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Room A-51

Global Eradication of Smallpox

January 23rd, 2003

The global eradication of smallpox stands among the most critical public health achievements of the last century. Edward H. Kaplan, the William N. and Marie A. Beach Professor of Management Sciences at the Yale School of Management and Professor of Public Health at the Yale School of Medicine, continues to argue that in the event of a smallpox bioterror attack, rapid mass vaccination of the population in the area of the attack is preferable to ring vaccination, where only the contacts of smallpox cases would be vaccinated.

Spring 2003 Globalization and the Environment International Agendas and Local Responses

January 22nd, 2003

Lectures: Wednesdays, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Films: Tuesdays, 8:00 p.m.

Inside the Beltway

January 22nd, 2003

CSX Corporation Chairman John Snow ( President Bush 's designate for Secretary of the U.S. Treasury) was a guest in Paul W. MacAvoy's class, "Corporate Strategies in Network Industries." Professor MacAvoy, a friend and colleague for about 28 years, invited him to Yale SOM to speak about the strategies of the major railroads.

SOM students win the IBM Strategy & Change Case Competition

January 21st, 2003

Please join the Consulting SIG and Marketing SIG in congratulating Marcia Bockol '04, Maggie Shen '04, Kristin Reineck '04 and Ed Woodcock '04 for winning the IBM Strategy & Change Case Competition!

Extending the Global Smallpox Bioterror Policy Debate: Yale School of Management's Edward H. Kaplan Questions Empirical Claim for Efficacy of Ring Vaccination; Argues that Vaccination Coverage is the Key

January 21st, 2003

New Haven, CT – The global eradication of smallpox stands among the most critical public health achievements of the last century. Edward H. Kaplan, the William N. and Marie A. Beach Professor of Management Sciences at the Yale School of Management (SOM) and Professor of Public Health at the Yale School of Medicine, continues to argue that in the event of a smallpox bioterror attack, rapid mass vaccination of the population in the area of the attack is preferable to ring vaccination, where only the contacts of smallpox cases would be vaccinated.

Spring Recruiting Events

January 16th, 2003

January 16, Greenwich Associates PresentationFebruary 5, Women's Networking Reception: Yale ClubFebruary 20, Minority Networking Reception: Yale ClubFebruary 10, Lo

Class Visit Guides

January 16th, 2003

One of the most important aspects of a candidate's visit to campus is the ability to sit-in on a Yale MBA class. This is typically a 10-minute commitment, once or twice a week. Class Visit Guides escort visitors to the classroom and introduce them to the professor and some classmates. This will leave you with enough time to make it to your own class.

Information Session Leaders

January 16th, 2003

As we head into the spring semester, the Admissions Team is once again recruiting students to serve as information session leaders. The commitment is from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., once a week. You will register for one day during the week, and will keep that schedule for the rest of the semester.

Help Shape the Next Class

January 16th, 2003

The time has come to select Admissions Interviewers from the Class of 2004! We need 10-12 top candidates to interview prospective MBA candidates next year. If selected, you would need to commit to 3-4 interviews each week in the fall and spring semesters. You would also be expected to attend several key admissions recruiting events, like the MBA Forums, in New Haven, Boston, and New York.

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