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Getting a Global Perspective on Student-Led International Trips

By: Karen Guzman April 11, 2018

During their time at Yale SOM, students have multiple opportunities to get a global perspective. The International Experience course, Global Network Week, and exchange programs offer opportunities to study business environments around the world. In addition to these formal programs, many students expand their global experiences by joining a classmate on a visit to his or her home country. MBA students reflect on these unique experiences.  

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Using the Tools of Organizational Change in the Quest for Women’s Equality

By: Karen Guzman November 2, 2015

During her time at Yale SOM, Anita Jivani ’15 brought together two threads of her professional and personal interests. An organizational change consultant, she spent more than three years working on cross-sector consulting projects with organizations such as Walmart, the World Bank, and the...

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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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