Student teams in the MBA for Executives program last fall explored initiatives to encourage retirement planning in African American and Latino communities.
A multi-year grant from the Volcker Family Foundation will enable systemic risk professionals from around the world to study financial stability and the management of financial crises at Yale.
Claire Kelly ’25 reflects on a talk from Erick Russell, Connecticut’s treasurer and the first Black, out LGBTQ person to be elected to statewide office in the United States.
Interdisciplinary Course Addressing Affordable Housing in Connecticut Wins Architectural Education Award
The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture has cited an innovative course that asks Yale SOM students and their counterparts from Yale Law School and Yale School of Architecture to craft proposals aimed at increasing affordable housing
Two new reports from the center examine opportunities to improve and advance regenerative agriculture practices in order to combat climate change, enhance food system resilience, and promote worker and community wellbeing.
A conversation with David Campbell ’22, whose startup ICP Securities (ICPS) leverages its own algorithm to increase liquidity for small- and mid-cap stocks.
Faculty publications, awards, and honors over the last year.
Botelho and Cort are on an annual list of 30 “up-and-coming thinkers whose ideas we predict will make an important impact on management thinking in the future.”
Last week, Nancy Pfund ’82 and Adrianna Alterman ’19 were honored by Impact Capital Managers, a leading professional organization for impact investors.
The online program from the Center for Business and the Environment, which mixes synchronous and asynchronous learning, trains and connects rising leaders to catalyze an equitable transition to a clean economy.