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An online Global Network Course on the wave of anti-globalization sentiment culminated in an intensive team project. 


Apkon, the president and CEO of Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children, won the approval of 99% of his employees in a survey conducted by the website.


PEGAfrica, a solar energy company co-founded by Nate Heller ’09, has been honored with an Ashden Award, recognizing its innovations in financing solar energy solutions in West Africa.


Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld received the "Master Ethics Teacher Award" on May 25th, 2017 at the 6th Teaching Ethics at Universities Conference, hosted by the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University, and sponsored by the Society for Business Ethics and the Wheatley Institution at BYU.


This spring, students got a chance to meet the donors who helped make their educations possible.


The technology company HILABS, launched by Amit Garg ’14 and Neel Butala SOM/MED ’14, has created a platform that lets healthcare professionals analyze the complex data impacting their sector today.


An interdisciplinary Yale student team won the competition with a plan to help Patagonia scale regenerative organic agriculture practices.


Students in the Global Social Entrepreneurship Course traveled to Cape Town this spring to work with a variety of social-sector organizations.


Jane Jie Sun, a supporter and advisor of Yale SOM and the CEO of the China-based travel site, discusses the company’s strategy for expansion in an interview published in the Wall Street Journal on June 13.

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