On Thursday, November 7th, 2013, 17 teams of first-year MBA students took part in a case competition sponsored by Deloitte Human Capital Consulting Services in conjunction with the Yale School of Management’s Net Impact, Consulting, and Human Capital clubs.


Sandy Urie, CEO of Cambridge Associates, an investment advising firm focused on foundations and endowments, remembers her parents’ advice growing up: “The only limiting factor for you will be yourself. Don’t let anyone else tell you that you can’t do something.”


Bell, an operating partner at Lead Edge Capital, spoke as part of the Colloquium on Business and Society.


Leading politicians and CEOs discussed areas of common concern—including immigration reform, trade, and leadership—at Yale SOM’s CEO Caucus in Washington, D.C.


Member schools in China, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, Spain, and the U.S. took part in Global Network Week. The Yale School of Management hosted 68 visiting students, while 57 Yale SOM students traveled to other Network schools.


Saul Kornik, CEO and Co-Founder of Africa Health Placements (AHP), visited the Yale School of Management on November 4, 2013 to discuss the insights he had gained after launching AHP and to impart lessons that can be applied broadly across the nonprofit management sector.


Zapatero said that austerity measures were slowing Spain’s economic recovery and that shared sacrifice is needed for Europe to thrive.


Yale College alumnus Georgia Levenson Keohane visited SOM’s Social Impact Lab on October 30th to lead a discussion titled "Social Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century: Innovation across the Nonprofit, Private, and Public Sectors,” which is also the title of her new book.


Yale Food Systems Symposium Brings Together Voices Across Many Disciplines.


Yale SOM students benefit from the advice, insights, and connections of those who went before them. At this year's Career Immersion event, dozens of alumni came back to campus to talk with first-year MBA students. Hear some of what they said.