During the school year some of Yale SOM's most important faculty members will be examining issues relating to corporate governance from many different angles. Times and dates will be reconfirmed for each lecture.


The Yale SOM Leaders Forum brings together current leaders in the private, public, and non-profit world and Yale SOM students in discussions on the challenges and opportunities facing business and society today.


Students play key roles in recruiting each incoming class. We invite you to get involved and share your enthusiasm for Yale:


On August 22, 2002, Dean Garten announced that Coleen Singer has been selected as SOM's new Director of Career Development after an extensive national search.


Friday, September 6, 2002 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. New Haven Lawn Club This is the Premiere Recruiting Event of 2002-2003!


On August 13, 2002, Jill Gibson SOM '03 represented the school during the President' s Economic Forum in Waco, TX, amongst the company of CEOs, business leaders, politicos, scholars, and citizens from towns across America.


New Haven, July 14 to 23, 2002 – International experts who teach, design, or implement corporate governance training programs worldwide are in an intensive, eight-day Corporate Governance Director Education Program, which is being sponsored by The Global Corporate Governance Forum and the International Institute of Corporate Governance (IICG) at the Yale School of Management (SOM). Leaders from the director training institutes in nine East Asian economies (China, Taipei, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia) are attending to develop a core curriculum that will promote corporate governance reform at a corporate level.




New Haven, CT, July 3, 2002 – In the event of a smallpox attack, a mass vaccination policy would result in fewer deaths and faster disease eradication than alternative vaccination strategies, reports a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (article 2827). Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, the best response to a smallpox attack has been a topic of hot debate.


New York, June 24, 2002 – Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT), a New York-based non-profit organization, and the Yale School of Management (Yale SOM) announced today a partnership to launch a new MBA Preparation Program to increase success rates for minority applicants and expand minority representation at leading graduate business schools throughout the world.