Graduation was bitter-sweet for our Class of 2016 – bitter because we will miss you, and sweet because we know you have left an incredible impact on the school and are all off to do incredible things.
As you all spread across the globe, I ask for only four things:Read More
With graduation for the Class of 2015 this past Monday, and the Class of 2017 not arriving on campus until August, it seems a bit early to start talking about the Class of 2018. However, our team is already planning events for prospective students, including Summer Socials hosted by current students across the globe. I am also excited to announce the application deadlines for our upcoming 2015-2016 admissions season.Read More
Some members of the Class of 2015 take a look back at their time at Yale SOM.Read More
SOM’s Outreach Nonprofit Consulting Club (ONC) provides students with the opportunity to make an impact in the New Haven community through yearlong, nonprofit consulting engagements. Club members receive training and projects in the fall semester, and present their final recommendations to their clients at the end of the spring semester.
This year, there were 14 student teams working with 12 local organizations on a wide range of issues including economic development, healthcare, education, arts and underemployment.Read More
AltSchool, an education startup founded by Max Ventilla ’06, has received a round of investments totaling $100 million, the New York Times reported this week.Read More
During his second year at Yale SOM, Brian Murray ’10 got involved with a project renovating a dilapidated building in Philadelphia, and, he said, “A lightbulb went off in my head.” Murray saw that real estate development has enormous potential to change people’s lives.Read More
When SOMers hear “design-thinking,” we think of post-it notes, marshmallows, and Professor Rodrigo Canales. But what does design in international development mean? What does it look like? What should it look like?Read More
Hosted by former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Yale SOM, the Yale-Geithner Challenge was a video competition open to Global Network for Advanced Management students; teams of students created short videos to explain an aspect of financial panics—why they happen, why they matter, and what can be done to break them.Read More