Established by local alumni in 15 regions around the world, and supported by SOMAA, the networks host networking and social activities to bring SOM alums together, and serve as the infrastructure for alumni support of Admissions and Career Development.
SOMAA this fall launched a redesigned and expanded website. It's still the place to go for Alumni Association information and contacts, valuable career resources, links to a blinding array of Yale and Yale SOM resources, and more.
Does this September New York Times headline "The Bubble Has Burst, But Strengths
Remain" seem all too familiar these days? Given what we have learned over the last two years,
the late 1990s presents a painful lesson. If you have learned that lesson well, then I have an easy question for you to answer. Was the 1929 stock market peak a bubble, or was the crash that followed a panic?
In the aftermath of the Bush Administration's newly announced economic policy package and the Conference Board's recent final recommendations on needed corporate governance reforms, more than 100 CEOs of the nation's largest firms gathered to discuss how new governance requirements, changing public scrutiny, and global geopolitics have changed their job definitions. The conference, "Building and Restoring Trust," was the 46th CEO Summit of The Chief Executive Leadership Institute (CELI) of the Yale School of Management (SOM) – the nation's original CEO College – and was held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, January 14-15, 2003.
New Haven, CT, December 18, 2002 – 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.
The fall recruiting schedule is winding down for the season. This year was full of MBA fairs with record turnout in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America. We hosted Minority MBA Workshops in Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Washington, DC with other top MBA programs. We also traveled to Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco to reach out to women through the Forté Foundation panels and MBA Workshops for Women. We also hosted the Fourth Annual MBA@Yale Faculty Panel and the Second Annual Yale MBA Women's Summit at the Yale Club of New York.