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Analytics & Insights: Experiential Learning Through Discovery

May 8, 2020
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Experiential learning has gained popularity among business schools nationwide, with many programs focusing on a consultancy-like model where students apply their knowledge to a business challenge at a firm with some light guidance from faculty. This approach often leads to one of two...

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Silver Scholars: My Unique Path to and through Yale SOM

By: Liam Grace-Flood September 23, 2019

Business school wasn’t an obvious choice for me. As an undergrad I worked across many disciplines, but never took business courses or a corporate internship. At Wheaton College, I was a math and fine arts double major with physics and computer science minors, and was a dual-degree candidate in...

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Lessons from the YCCI Discovery Project with a Leading Shoe Manufacturer

By: Priya Krishnan April 25, 2016

I was fortunate to be selected to participate in the Discovery Project in the Yale Center for Customer Insights (YCCI) as a member of a team charged with working with a prominent shoe manufacturer. Over the course of the project, my team delved into how the manufacturer’s business operates,...

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A Good Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) Fund is Hard to Find

By: Karen Guzman September 14, 2015

As global head of research at Thomson Reuters Wealth Management/Lipper, Robert Jenkins spends a lot of time analyzing potential investment funds. Lately, he’s been investigating more socially responsible funds, since socially responsible options are increasingly being requested by employee...

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