Listening to Facebook’s Lori Goler describe the company’s culture, you might see parallels between its product—a social network—and how the company thinks about its employees. Goler visited Yale SOM on April 11.Read More
Healthcare leaders were in New Haven in April for the annual Yale Healthcare Conference. The event is a joint effort between students at the Yale School of Management and the health professional schools at Yale.Read More
Spring transition: Yale SOM student government president Caitlin Sullivan '13, right, meets with her successor, Maya Sudhakaran '14. The student government president coordinates eight committees addressing academic and community life at Yale SOM, and represents the student body in communications with the dean and the administration.
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In December, I got an email from a classmate urging me to sign up for a half marathon. Me? Run 13.1 miles? Maybe I could do that?
Fast forward four months and I was jumping onto the train with my running shoes, heading to DC to run my very first half marathon with 20 of my classmates-- some seasoned runners and others who were just as excited as me for their running debut. I hadn't been to DC since 2009 and I was excited to explore the city, hang out with college friends, and share the experience with other first-timers.Read More
An architectural rendering of the Beinecke Room, a multipurpose function space with an outdoor terrace, and a recent photo of the room under construction by Phil Handler/Fly on the Wall Productions.Read More
Contents of our research journals are like unfiltered water. Decision and policy makers should stand forewarned before they use the contents of academic journals to guide them in their work. Fortunately, most of them maintain a healthy skeptical attitude to our findings and prescriptions until they have more evidence on their efficacy.Read More
Peter Thiel just came to Yale to spread his contrarian gospel. The rate of technological innovation is decelerating, he argued, despite our collective belief that there are smart scientists in labs somewhere, working to solve our problems. Government regulation is largely to blame. And inventive minds are too focused on the internet and too neglectful of the world of things. We were supposed to have flying cars by now.Read More
Installation of metal panels continues along the façade facing Whitney Avenue as well as the foundation of the south and east sides.Read More