Launched for the first time last year as one of the key elements of the Yale School of Management's efforts to attract the most talented minorities to its MBA program, we once more are pleased to offer the Megunticook Scholars Program for students of African-American, Hispanic American, and Native American descent. Made possible through the generosity of Yale SOM alumnus Thomas Matlack '91, this program again will recognize two outstanding first-year MBA candidates who demonstrate a core intent to give back to their communities.
Beethoven's Wig - Sing Along Symphonies by Richard Perlmutter has received many accolades, being described as "a perfect cross between entertainment and education, powered by lyric writing of exceptional craft and imagination.
Currently working for Citibank in the United Arab Emirates, Salma started a new division focusing on organizational learning, the Citibank Learning Center in Dubai. As Director, she worked with Professor Arturo Bris, Assistant Professor of Finance at Yale SOM to develop a new product, the Online Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Exam Preparation Program (OCEPP).
On Saturday, March 15, over 400 Yale alumni and guests gathered for the 2003 Yale California Alumni Gala at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. An event for all Yale Schools and all classes, this was a unique opportunity to reconnect with friends and colleagues and to meet many new and interesting people.
Launched for the first time last year as one of the key elements of the Yale School of Management's efforts to attract the most talented minorities to its MBA program, we once more are pleased to offer the Megunticook Scholars Program for students of African-American, Hispanic American, and Native American descent.
New Haven, CT, April 9, 2003 – The Yale School of Management hosted a lively discussion of Professor Robert Shiller's new book, The New Financial Order: Risk in the 21st Century, at the Yale Club of New York City last night. In The New Financial Order, Professor Shiller unveils his plan for our financial security by describing new ways to hedge against the ever-increasing risks that society faces.
New Haven, CT, April 1, 2003 – A new Yale School of Management study finds evidence of significant change in health care leadership in the United States. The number of MBA-trained physicians is increasing dramatically and mirrors the rise in the number of MD/MBA programs in the last decade.
The Private Equity Student Interest Group at the Yale School of Management is proud to host the third annual Private Equity Conference. This year's conference, Surviving the Downturn; Preparing for an Upturn, attempts to look ahead in what appears to be a very challenging economic and political environment.