Schedule a personal meeting with the MBA for Executives Associate Director of Admissions María Stutsman y Marquez. Discuss your professional objectives and whether the Yale School of Management's MBA for Executives program is right for you.Event details for “New York, New York One-to-one Consultations: MBA for Executives”
Author of the recent bestseller Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America, Forman spoke at the Yale School of Management as part of the Convening Yale lecture series.Event details for “Race and Criminal Justice in America, with James Forman Jr., Professor of Law ”
Natural infrastructure, such as forests, coral reefs and grasslands, generates both quantifiable and unquantifiable value to humans. Carbon sequestration, filtered water, stress relief and sense of community are just a few ways people benefit from this area of ecosystem services. In fact, healthy forests in the Catskills provide New York City residents some of the best tasting water in the country, at a fraction of the cost of a traditional water treatment plant.
Natural infrastructure can also promote resilience from chronic stresses and acute shocks experienced in urban areas, which are alarmingly on the rise. Drawn from his class “Urban Resilience” (taught in partnership with the Global Network of Advanced Management), Professor Brad Gentry from the Center for Business and the Environment at Yale (CBEY) will discuss the role of natural infrastructure in creating more resilient cities and the financial mechanisms used to fund it.Event details for “MBA for Executives New York City Master Class: Building and Financing our Urban Future”