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The Professor David Berg Leadership Scholarship Fund

September 23rd, 2006

David Berg, Ph.D., professor at the Yale School of Management from 1977-1992, will be honored with a new, endowed scholarship that is to be awarded annually in his name.

Lipman Hearne Survey

September 23rd, 2006

Earlier this year, Yale SOM engaged the services of Lipman Hearne, a Chicago-based marketing firm with extensive experience working with universities and nonprofits, to help guide a branding and marketing strategy project for the School.

What Does Leadership Mean to You?

September 20th, 2006

SOM Students Visit the NYSE

September 17th, 2006

The Class of 2008 started their Yale SOM careers with a bang. On August 24, 2006, as part of the school’s orientation program, the entire class visited the New York Stock Exchange. The bang came when Dean Joel M.

From the Admissions Office

September 17th, 2006

We are always delighted to see a fresh crop of students appear on campus and begin their MBA studies. And this year the start of the school year is particularly exciting, as a lot more than the students are new.

Americans often pay

September 11th, 2006

"Americans often pay two or three times as much for medical services as do their counterparts in the other industrialized countries." -Gerard Anderson, "Controlling U.S.

it is critical that the Nation

September 11th, 2006

"…it is critical that the Nation keep collecting and disseminating reliable and accurate information about all components of health, including current health status, the determinants of health."-National Center for Health

Only those who can afford

September 11th, 2006

"Only those who can afford the results benefit from the research.

Surveys have increasingly found

September 11th, 2006

"Surveys have increasingly found that more Americans are worried about their health care costs than about losing their jobs, paying their mortgages, losing money in the stock market, or being victims of a terrorist attack."

In reality, there is no health care system

September 11th, 2006

"In reality, there is no health care system in the United States today."-Mayo Clinic Proceedings, April 2006

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