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March 27, 2015

Todd Salovey, a theatrical director and professor of theater at the University of California San Diego, led three workshops for students this week, using theatrical techniques to teach communication strategies for the workplace.
 

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March 27, 2015

Emina Bajra ’16, looks back on her GNW2015 experience in Cape Town.

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March 26, 2015

John Shrewsberry ’92, senior executive vice president and chief financial officer of Wells Fargo & Company and a member of the Yale SOM Board of Advisors, spoke to students on March 25 as part of the Colloquium on Business and Society.

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March 26, 2015

I arrived back in New Haven on Saturday evening after three weeks of traveling through the north of Mexico and Texas. “I could really use a break,” I thought to myself, on the penultimate day of our spring break. As a fan of backpacking, I had decided to attend the EGADE Mexico City’s Global Network week during the first week of March, to give myself the second and third weeks of spring break to travel freely in the neighboring regions.

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March 25, 2015

Nathan Huttner YC ’06, ’09, reached out to a couple of his former Yale SOM professors last fall to share some good news.

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March 25, 2015

One of the guiding aspirations of the Yale School of Management is to be the most distinctively global U.S. business school, and we continue to pursue new ways of engaging across borders, cultures, and economies. Several years ago we were the first major business school to require an international study trip as part of the first-year core curriculum. We have since expanded our international offerings greatly, and there are now a number of ways to satisfy the Global Studies Requirement.

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March 25, 2015

The Yale School of Management has MBA students from 42 countries, a student body that is 38% women, and 10 identity and regional student clubs. But these statistics only begin to describe the diversity of perspectives, backgrounds, and aspirations within the Yale SOM community.

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March 23, 2015

When I think of Japan, it will forever be tied to the many memories I’ve made on this fantastic trip. I knew before I even started at Yale that Japan was the place I wanted to visit. In my first job, I had a great boss, Dr. Ming Ang, who introduced me to his colleague Thomas whose wife is Japanese. Every March, Thomas would travel with his wife and son to Japan and return to work with interesting tasting treats (think green tea flavored kit kats) and many stories of the wonders to be found there (think cherry blossoms).

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March 18, 2015

EGADE is a member school in the Global Network for Advanced Management. The MBA students attending the course hail from across South and Central America. The course, created by Yale SOM’s Executive Education team, will include sessions taught by Yale SOM faculty on innovation, negotiation, entrepreneurship, and leadership.

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March 17, 2015

At business school, most folks participate in two major clubs and two minor clubs. There are over 40 student led clubs providing both professional and social opportunities for students at Yale SOM. My only major club was the Finance Club because I was recruiting for investment banking during the Fall terms. I finished recruiting in early January during Superweek. I can now enjoy activities in my two minor clubs, the Ski and Snowboard Club and the Food and Wine Club.

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