Yale School of Management Announces
New MBA Program for Executives:
Leadership in the Healthcare Sector
New Haven, Conn., August 18, 2004 – The Yale School of Management is launching an MBA for Executives program to begin in August 2005.
New Haven, Conn.—May 4, 2004—The International Center for Finance (ICF) at the Yale School of Management has received a $1.6 million grant for the study of behavioral finance—The Whitebox Advisors Grant—bestowed by Andrew Redleaf, Yale '78 MA, '78
New Haven, Conn.—April 12, 2004— The Yale School of Management announced today that Dean Jeffrey E. Garten will be stepping down in June 2005, after he completes his second five-year term as dean of Yale University's business school.
New Haven, Conn.—January 30, 2004—The Yale School of Management has appointed a roster of prominent executives to serve as its new Board of Advisors. Linda A.
The Yale School of Management is excited to announce its partnership with the Robert Toigo Foundation to support the advancement of exceptional minority MBA students within the finance industry through scholarships, mentoring, internships and job
March 9, 2001 - Recently, Yale SOM received two gifts totaling $1.2 million dollars for the ICF. The grants came from an anonymous donation which will underwrite the development of a historical database of U.S.
Yale School of Management Receives Twin Grants Totaling $4.5 Million from The Goldman Sachs Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts to Foster Business Growth Among Nonprofit Organizations
Partnership Creates First-of-its-Kind Business Plan Competition
Yale School of Management and The Chief Executive Leadership Institute Team Up to Create a New Alliance in "Peer-Driven" Executive Education
New Haven, CT, June 12, 2001 -- Where do the world's most prominent chief executives go when they want to learn from each other?
Emcees Joe Gramelspacher ’21 and Jon Okafor ’21 hosted one of Yale SOM’s most beloved community events, live from their living room couch.