D. Scott Davis, non-executive chairman and outgoing CEO of UPS, will accept the Legend in Leadership Award of the Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute tomorrow at a ceremony to be held at the Yale CEO Caucus in Washington, D.C.
Dean Edward A. Snyder will host a series of discussions throughout the fall term aimed at assessing Yale SOM’s progress on its aspiration to become the most distinctively global U.S. business school. The first global strategy discussion will be held on September 8-9 and will include a number of top business leaders, both graduates of the university and other supporters.
At the very start of their Yale careers, MBA and MAM students were asked to think about how they could use mobile communications technology to address a meaningful problem somewhere in the world.
Students from the Yale School of Management rose to the #IceBucketChallenge.
Students share their impressions from a busy first week at Yale SOM.
Tyler Van Leeuwen '14 found his post-MBA position with the help and guidance of his SOM alumni mentor, Roberto Jiménez '09.
Students in the school’s two full-time programs embark on a series of joint programs and activities.
Austin Ligon '80, who helped launch CarMax while an executive at Circuit City and then led the company after it was spun off as an independent venture, spoke to members of the MBA Class of 2016 and the MAM Class of 2015 as part of Yale SOM’s annual student orientation.
The 62-member class is the largest to date, with representatives from 18 Global Network schools.
The 323 new students in the MBA program are a global group with accomplishments in many industries and sectors.