The SOM Mens' Crew Team competed in the New Haven Rowing Club's 8th Annual Head of the Housatonic regatta on Saturday October 12 at Derby, CT. The team rowed in the open division against three Yale undergraduate boats as well as other university teams and rowing clubs. The team finished the long three mile race in 15:01, defeated two undergraduate rowing teams from NY and CT colleges, and will next compete in the Yale undergraduate rowing program's Demolition at Derby scrimmage on November 2.
In the upcoming weeks, we are pleased to be profiling for you some of our top women Yale SOM alumnae leaders in Finance, Consulting, Media, Non-Profit, Venture Capital, and Entrepreneurship. These leaders will be the distinguished guest speakers at the second annual Yale MBA Women's Summit 2002 in NYC on November 14th. For more detailed information about this hallmark event of the School, or to listen to last year's Women's Summit proceedings, please go to http://mba.yale.edu and click on the Yale MBA Women's Summit 2002.
The first DAC meeting with the Dean took place on the 2nd of October, and was an opportunity for new members to become acquainted with the way in which the council promotes the interests of the student body with both senior administration and faculty.
The Admissions Team is currently recruiting in Latin America in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Lima, Peru; Mexico City, Mexico; Santiago, Chile; and Sao Paulo, Brazil, as well as Europe in Frankfurt & Munich, Germany; London, England; Madrid, Spain; Milan, Italy; and Paris, France.
The Yale School of Management is pleased to announce its partnership with the Forté Foundation, a new non-profit organization established to increase the number of women in business education and business careers, by increasing the flow of women into key educational gateways and business networks.
The most basic applications of supply and demand would suggest that prices should be higher during periods of peak demand. However, we find that, for supermarket products, prices tend to be lower during periods of peak demand periods.
Only a few years ago, lofty valuations of Amazon.com and other Internet retailers were justified by the suggestion that consumers would be very loyal to Internet vendors. Skeptics argued that with price information so easily available on the Internet, Internet retailing would deteriorate to perfect price competition.