In a USA Today opinion article published on July 15, Prof. Howard Forman and Dr. Cecelia Calhoun ’21, an inaugural Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellow in Healthcare Equity, call for a series of reforms to address racism against Black people in healthcare.
“Mutual Fund Winners Don’t Stay Ahead for Long,” The New York Times
“A Mighty Short Squeeze May Be Building in Gold,” Bloomberg
“Does A Mutual Fund’s Past Performance Predict Its Future?,” Yale Insights
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The Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellowship brings healthcare practitioners to Yale SOM for 22 months of study in the healthcare area of focus of the MBA for Executives program, as well as specialized training and mentoring from experts in the disparities in healthcare access and outcomes that affect>>...
For dozens of Yale SOM students, the COVID-19 global pandemic served as a call to embody the school’s mission to educate leaders for business and society—and they answered it by volunteering their expertise at agencies and organizations across the state of Connecticut.
In a New York Times column published on June 25, the Times’ David Leonhardt discusses research by Yale SOM Dean Kerwin K. Charles and co-author Patrick Bayer that finds the Black-white wage gap is as large today as it was in 1950.
Season 2, Episode 9: Frances Symes ’14, Human Capital Consulting, with Amy Kundrat ’21
Frances Symes is a 2014 graduate of Yale SOM. She works as a manager in the Workforce Transformation group of Deloitte’s Human Capital practice. She is interviewed by Amy Kundrat ’21.