Season 3, Episode 2: Crystal Yates ’21, Deputy Commissioner, EMS, Philadelphia Fire Department
Crystal Yates, a member of the Executive MBA Class of 2021, is the deputy fire commissioner for the city of Philadelphia, overseeing the city’s E
Season 3, Episode 1: Seth Goldman ’95, Co-Founder of Honest Tea and Eat the Change, Executive Chairman of Beyond Meat
We kick off our third season with Seth Goldman ’95, one of SOM’s most impactful alumni entrepreneurs whose ventures have e
A high-profile congressional report on anti-competitive behavior by major technology firms cites research and testimony by Fiona Scott Morton, Theodore Nierenberg Professor of Economics and founder and director of the Thurman Arnold Project at Yale, which generates and disseminates research on antitrust policy, and research by Florian Ederer, associate professor of economics, and Song Ma, assistant professor of finance.
Twenty senior public education leaders have been selected for the inaugural cohort of the Fellowship for Public Education Leadership, a 10-month leadership development program at The Broad Center at Yale SOM.
Kerwin K. Charles, Indra K. Nooyi Dean and the Frederic D. Wolfe Professor of Economics, Policy, and Management, has been elected a vice president of the American Economics Association (AEA), the organization announced.
We at SOM are called upon to address systemic racism, both because we are part of the larger national current and because our distinctive mission urges us to engage with pressing societal issues. There is no more pressing issue than confronting systemic racism—specifically against the Black community. How we will act, and why, is the focus of this communication.
The grant will support Reforestation Hubs, a partnership between the student venture Cambium Carbon and the Arbor Day Foundation, aimed at helping local wood economies flourish by repurposing fallen trees and planting new ones.
The total raised in new gifts and commitments was a record $120.6 million, including a historic $100 million gift from The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation to develop new programs to improve K-12 public education in large urban public school systems.