Two recent graduates and two members of the Class of 2023 will spend the summer developing their startup ventures.
The 2021-22 Donaldson Fellows, five alumni recognized for embodying the Yale SOM mission in their personal and professional lives, spoke about their values and careers during a visit to campus this spring.
Meng, assistant professor of operations management, and Wasserstein, the Eugene F. Williams, Jr. Lecturer in the Practice of Management, won the awards for core and elective teaching, respectively.
In the first diploma ceremony at Edward P. Evans Hall since 2019, the school honored the 594 members of the Class of 2022.
The team took home the Moelis Family Foundation Prize, earning a $50,000 impact investment in the early-stage startup it pitched, Carbix.
The annual award recognizes graduates who exemplify Yale SOM’s mission of educating leaders for business & society.
The students, faculty, alumni, and staff who participated in the inaugural Council on Ant
In her recently published book, “BAM...and Then It Hit Me,” Karen Brooks Hopkins, President Emerita of the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), looks back on her 36-year trajectory with the BAM - America’s oldest performing arts cent
The International Center for Finance would like to congratulate the Yale SOM team that placed first in the MIINT competition held last weekend!
Michael R. Myers, whose focus is on inclusion and diversity recruitment, reflects on his commitment to improving access to higher education for underrepresented students of color—and what led him to Yale SOM.
Richard Bird ’22 discusses how a genealogy search led to a discovery that deepened his connection to Yale even further.