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50% Discount on New Haven Symphony Orchestra Tickets

September 19th, 2002

The New Haven Symphony Orchestra opens its season at Woolsey Hall on Thursday, September 26th at 7:30 p.m.

Greater China SIG

September 19th, 2002

Greater China SIG will host the first of its Speakers Series this year at 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., Sept. 25th in room A-53. The speaker is Mr. Charles H. Wang, Yale SOM Ph.D. '99, Director of Research and Emerging Market Portfolio Manager at Acadian Asset Management, Boston, MA

Bereavement Group Forming

September 19th, 2002

Wednesdays, 6:00 - 7:15 p.m. Oct. 2nd - Nov. 6th (six weeks) Trumbull College Fellows Room

REMINDER - Laptop Tagging

September 19th, 2002

Sign up in the OSA for an appointment.

MLT Pre-MBA Workshop, September 22-23

September 19th, 2002

The Yale School of Management has partnered with Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT), a New York-based non-profit organization, to launch a new MBA Preparation Program to increase success rates for underrepresented minority applicants and expand minority representation at this and other leading business schools in the country.

26 September Thursday

September 19th, 2002

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Anti-Drug Advertising Works

September 19th, 2002

An egg sizzling in a frying pan as the viewer is told: "This is your brain on drugs." That vivid image was used during a successful anti-drug television campaign created by The Partnership for a Drug-Free America (PDFA) to change societal attitudes about drugs and reduce drug consumption among teens.

"Anti-Drug Advertising Works" Says Joint Study by Leading Business School Professors at Yale SOM, NYU Stern, London Business School, and Baruch

September 18th, 2002

New Haven, CT, September 18, 2002 – An egg sizzling in a frying pan as the viewer is told: "This is your brain on drugs." That vivid image was used during a successful anti-drug television campaign created by The Partnership for a Drug-Free America (PDFA) to change societal attitudes about drugs and reduce drug consumption among teens.

A Message to Alumni

September 17th, 2002

It is with great pleasure that I write to you from the Dean's Desk of the inaugural issue of the electronic Alumni newsletter. This e-news is one of a series of new programs we developed over the summer with the guidance of the Yale SOM Alumni Association Board and the SOMAA. Our goal is to increase the quality of communication and level of services we offer our alumni.

"They stole our newsletter, and we could not be more pleased." -- Tom Taft, Yale SOM '85, President SOMAA

September 16th, 2002

This first edition of the Global Alumni Network News and Events is one important manifestation of the partnership that has grown in recent years between the independent Alumni Association and the administration of the School itself. Two years ago we saw the need for a electronic newsletter geared to meet the interests and needs of the alumni, and board member, Randall Johnson, undertook the creation and implementation of that newsletter. We are very pleased that the Alumni Affairs office is taking over this effort from us, and see it as a perfect example of the Board identifying a need and the School responding effectively to it.

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