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
SOM student-run startups The Educator Wellness Project, Frailty Myths, Pocketful, Sweetgum Labs, and VivorCare were among the winners of the annual event recognizing entrepreneurship across Yale.
Hundreds of members of the Classes of 2020 and 2021 celebrated the completion of their degree programs with guests in the Edward P. Evans Hall courtyard.
The Y-RISE conference on Vaccine Inequity and the COVID-19 Pandemic convened leaders from the academic, government, and philanthropic sectors on April 28 at Yale SOM’s Edward
The Fellowship for Public Education Leadership is an executive leadership program run by The Broad Center at Yale SOM for senior-level public education leaders from across the country who are dedicated to strengthening public school systems and th
Shirley Zhang ’22 reflects on the most memorable moments from her year at SOM as a student in the Master’s degree in Global Business and Society program.
Camino de Paz, assistant dean of Global Network Programs, reflects on the network’s first decade.
MBA for Executives students Ella Archibald ’22, Bart McDonough ’23, and Ali Platon ’23 recount their efforts to support Ukrainian refugees following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.