Each fall there are opportunities for students to apply for spots on SOM committees. Listed below are the committees -- with their faculty Chairs and general purposes. The application and selection processes are somewhat different for each committee, and all will welcome your interest.
History of Yale
The new digital copiers run off a computerized system (called uniprint) driven by your NetID. In order to use the copiers, you will need credit money to your print account. The below link will fill you in on the details of how to do this using your SFAS (bursar) account, a credit card, cash or check. Click on SOM Students to see the FAQ.
Last year, the Yale School of Management launched a new scholarship for students of African American, Hispanic American, and Native American descent. Made possible through a generous gift of alumnus Thomas Matlack SOM '91, the Megunticook Scholars Program selects two first-year MBA candidates each year who demonstrate a core intent to give back to their communities. The award covers full tuition for the two years of the Yale MBA program. It also provides mentoring for the recipients and an opportunity between the first and second year to spend a week in Boston with Mr. Matlack at Megunticook Management Company, a venture capital firm that invests in promising communication, media and technology companies at the earliest stages of their development cycles.
Thanks to the efforts and dedication of many people, fall 2002 was one of our most successful admissions recruiting seasons. We received 2,517 applications for the Yale MBA program, up 20% over last year and a new record for the school.
The incoming class has 240 students, with 33% women and 10% African American or Hispanic American.
New Haven, September 3, 2002 – The stock market is down 20% since the beginning of the year (as measured by the Standard & Poors 500), and The Yale School of Management Stock Market Confidence Indexes™ directed by Robert Shiller, author of the bestseller Irrational Exuberance, show that individual and institutional investor confidence is steadily sliding.
Home equity is the single largest component of household wealth for the majority of American households. Yet, there is virtually no way for the average family to insure itself against drops in home value and the ensuing destructive financial loss. Until now...