Three alumni leaders of color sat down for a wide-ranging conversation on topics related to advancing anti-racism in the workplace and in society at large.
Cases featuring diverse protagonists, and others addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion, are part of the curriculum in a growing number of courses.
The inaugural Donald Ogilvie ’78 Colloquium on November 30, sponsored by the Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (CARE), will bring together a panel of three alumni—Lofton Holder ’90, Judith Scimone ’00, and Fred Terrell ’82—in conversation with Jam
As the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. approaches, we asked some of our students what they are thankful for this year.
Two Yale SOM students are among the 19 Yale students who will spend the year collaborating with U.S. policymakers and researching a variety of pressing global issues.
Joanne Legler offers a behind-the-scenes peek at the admissions process.
How Yale and SOM are marking the occasion.
From its Yellow Ribbon Program affiliation to its supportive atmosphere, military veterans weigh in on the deciding factors that led them to pursue an SOM MBA.
Emily Whitehouse shares tips on talking to your employer about the MBA for Executives program and gaining formal approval for the required time away from work.
Advice for putting together your best application, from resume to recommendation and beyond.