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Dawn Leaks Ragsdale
March 05, 2024 News

Center for Inclusive Growth Names Dawn Leaks Ragsdale Inaugural Executive Director

The center is a partnership between the City of New Haven and Yale University that will develop and implement strategies to ensure that economic growth in the city benefits all residents.

Students presenting during affordable housing course
February 15, 2024 MBA News

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

A group of students in Evans Hall
January 18, 2024 News

Yale SOM Launches Inclusive Growth Fellowship Program

During the spring semester, eight SOM students will work with agencies of the City of New Haven on projects to increase economic growth in ways that benefit all city residents.

Group of people outside a barn holding Caroline Smith election posters
January 11, 2024 MBA News

MBA Student Caroline Smith ’25 Adds an Additional Role: Serving as City Alder

On January 1, Smith, a first-year MBA student and longtime local activist, was sworn in to the New Haven Board of Alders, representing the city’s Ninth Ward.

Dorothy Chen
December 13, 2023 MBA Blog

An Educational Experience: My Day at Roberto Clemente School

Dorothy Chen ’24 spent a day teaching second-graders at New Haven’s Roberto Clemente Leadership Academy as part of the school’s collaboration with Junior Achievement, and found that she learned as much from her students as they did from her.

Puneet Chhabra ’24
November 08, 2023 MBA For Executives Blog

Making a Difference: Serving the Local Refugee Community

We talked with Puneet Chhabra ’24 about what he has learned volunteering with the refugee community at Integrated Refugee Immigrant Services in New Haven.

Megan Grossman running
October 11, 2023 MBA Blog

Making Connections through Running

Megan Grossman ’25 shares how running has helped her connect to members of her Red Cohort and the city of New Haven—and to raise money for a free clinic staffed by Yale students.

MiChaela Barker and another person working on computers
July 28, 2023 MBA Blog

Internship Spotlight: MiChaela Barker ’24, Yale Ventures

MiChaela Barker ’24 on the opportunity to engage with the wider Yale community and gain experience in venture capital through her internship with Yale Ventures. 

Student working with young people in a classroom
May 09, 2023 MBA News

Student Volunteers Are Making a Difference in Yale SOM’s Hometown

Many Yale SOM students build bridges to their neighbors in New Haven by pitching in with a variety of local organizations and nonprofits.

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April 11, 2023 Making a Difference Blog

Making a Difference: Bringing Chess to a Local School

We talked with Sharan Subramanian ’24 about what he has learned teaching chess to students in New Haven’s East Rock Community School chess club.

Volunteer Day at Roberto Clemente

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Yale SOM faculty members gathered on April 18 for a reception celebrating the recent appointment of two senior faculty members to named chairs. Katja Seim was named the inaugural Sharon Oster Professor of Economics and Management, with a joint appointment at SOM and the Department of Economics, and Deborah Small was appointed the Adrian C. Israel Professor of Marketing. Both appointments were effective as of July 2022. 

Both faculty members came to Yale SOM after building reputations as leading researchers in their fields at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Dean Kerwin K. Charles noted. 

Ogilvie CARE Colloquium

Watch a live discussion featuring three alumni leaders of color—Lofton Holder ’90, Judith Scimone ’00, and Fred Terrell ’82—moderated by Jamila Abston ’17.

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Yale SOM has launched a month-long celebration in recognition of Black History Month  in the U.S., and we encourage you to engage in this important observance. The Office of Inclusion and Diversity has a mission to empower members of our community to celebrate diversity, foster inclusion, and engage meaningfully with one another. In alignment with these commitments, this month we will acknowledge and honor Black history, culture, and achievement. Groups across the school have collaborated to offer diverse programing for students, faculty, and staff. These events will elevate Black voices and experiences through cuisine, book clubs, practicing wellness, storytelling, social gatherings, and educational dialogues.

Black History Month provides an opportunity for us to come together as a community and appreciate the accomplishments of the African diaspora across a range of fields—including science, music, literature, art, and leadership—while keeping our eye on the important unresolved questions and challenges that remain in our collective effort to address persistent inequality and injustice.
—Kerwin K. Charles, Indra K. Nooyi Dean & Frederic D. Wolfe Professor of Economics, Policy & Management

Featured Event: A Conversation with Phil Davis ’85,

Phil Davis ’85, a Yale SOM executive fellow and managing director at Accenture Strategy, will speak on February 25, 1:00 p.m.