The Yale School of Management has a history of innovation in graduate management education. Some recent examples include the integrated curriculum, two-year Leadership Development Program, and Global Network for Advanced Management.Read More
This year, on January 6 to 10, a total of 40 students interviewed with 12 banks. Two new firms, Wells Fargo and Berenson & Company, joined the lineup of prestigious banks, including J. P. Morgan, Barclays, Citi, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs, that come to SOM for SuperWeek each year. “It’s been a really tremendous response,” said Lloyd Baskin, senior associate director and relationship manager in the Career Development Office. The number of students receiving investment banking offers by mid-February was 20% higher than the previous year.Read More
I had lived through spring and summer my entire life. I was lucky to be born in Colombia, and I was thus blessed to have flowers every day of my childhood. I could not really imagine what a snowflake was like, it seemed so distant, and as everything you haven’t experienced yet, you think about it with a sense of incredibility. I knew cold, I knew rain, but in my mind, in my past, weather was more dependable, less volatile. I had not grasped completely what it would be like to have the streets, the parks, everything I knew covered in white, to see it completely transformed.Read More
Luckily, these final pot luck dinners managed to stay on the schedule; most people enjoyed them because it was a good way to relax and socialize in a casual setting just prior to finals. The pot lucks were also really successful because SOM can cook! While there are always a lot of people who profess to love eating food, there is generally less people who can actually cook good food as well. At SOM, I found that many of my classmates were able to produce great food at very high levels, even when scaled up for large quantities.Read More
In our last class before Thanksgiving break, we had an amazing guest speaker, Shira Springer, a sports reporter for the Boston Globe, who spoke to us about using sports analytics to predict the performance decline of aging basketball players.Read More
February is Diversity Month at Yale SOM and several student clubs are collaborating on a number of events throughout the month. The following events are cosponsored by the Black Business Alliance, Q+, WIM, and Student Government. All events are open to the entire Yale SOM community.Read More
Located in the Donaldson Dean's Suite, And Much, Much More! is a contemporary artwork by Amy Pryor ART '01. The work is a gift made in memory of Alan Buder ’83 by the Blue Sky Club and the members of the Classes of 1983 and 1984.
From the Yale Center for British Art:Read More