Best wishes for a joyful holiday season and a peaceful new year from all of us at the Yale School of Management. Above: members of student government with Yale mascot Handsome Dan XVIII, known as Walter.
It all began at the end of last spring, when Yale SOM alum Adam Blumenthal ’89 contacted Dr. Howard Forman to express his interest in reengaging with students and faculty here on healthcare initiatives. As the founder and managing director of Blue Wolf Capital, a private equity firm in New...
Recently, I joined a tour of Yale’s iconic Harkness Tower. The Yale landmark holds 54 bells that are played by the Yale University Guild of Carilloneurs. In order to join this group, you must practice and audition at the beginning of the year. Those who make it are in charge of filling the air...
In its four decades of existence, Yale SOM has given rise to countless friendships and more than a few marriages. Andrea Levere ’83 reflects on meeting her husband of 34 years and counting, Michael Mazerov ’82, during her first days at the school.
Megan Cain ’19, Volunteer
“I was fortunate enough to volunteer for the bone marrow donation drive by helping to spread awareness on campus and process donations. It was incredibly inspiring to witness how many SOMers were willing to learn about such an important cause and ultimately take...
Jake Harris ’19 is putting his interest in venture capital and impact investing to the test with real-world applications as a participant in the MBA Impact Investing Network and Training (MIINT) program.
My resolution would be to make sure I am taking advantage of the broader Yale community.
I am very excited to take part in an international experience that is a joint program with the School of Architecture and hope to make it to some plays/concerts.
—Ali Lauzon ’19