While the emphasis at SOM is academic research rather than gathering investment information, the resources on investment fraud also apply to trusting company information of unknown origin for class assignments.
In the Yale SOM tradition, all current Yale SOM students are responsible for finding at least one candidate per year and shepherding them through the application process.
The MBA@Yale Receptions are designed to showcase the intellectual excitement and collegiality of the Yale School of Management community to prospective students.
The Yale School of Management's annual reception for current minority MBA candidates provides an opportunity to talk one-on-one with Yale SOM students, alumni/ae, and administrators about the intellectual and professional competitive advantages of the Yale MBA.
In 2002, New Leaders for New Schools will award 40 paid Fellowships to extremely talented leaders who demonstrate strong leadership skills and possess a relentless drive to improve education for every child.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization that provides a variety of career development and planning services to minority undergraduates.
It is an opportunity to network, followed by a discussion led by a distinguished panel of international entrepreneurs.
Professor Edward H. Kaplan and Deputy Dean Stan Garstka will give a talk on their research paper, "March Madness and the Office Pool".
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