Sustainable Development: Lessons from Costa Rica
Roshni Walia ’23 shares insights from Global Network Week at INCAE Business School.
Following Up: Sue AnderBois ’13, The Nature Conservancy
Sue AnderBois ’13, a graduate of the MBA program, works at the intersection of environmental advocacy and local politics, addressing climate and energy issues in her full-time role while also serving in her city’s legislative body.
What You Need to Know About Applying in Round 3
Assistant Deans Laurel Grodman and Bruce DelMonico share their insights and debunk common misconceptions.
Startup Stories: An App Offering Guided Meditative Prayer
A conversation with Bryan Enriquez ’21, one of the creators of the bestselling app Hallow.
Video: Preparing to Make a Difference
Judith Scimone ’00, chief talent officer at MetLife, talks with Mark Walton ’79 about how their recent visit to campus motivated her to “be a greater force for good” within the SOM community.
Vista Equity Partners’ Robert F. Smith Talks Tech, Community, and Giving Back
A private equity tech pioneer and leading philanthropist, Smith encouraged students at the Yale School of Management to foster workspaces and communities where all people can flourish.
Video: Join Us for the Black Venture Summit
On March 31, Yale SOM will host the inaugural Black Venture Summit, a collaboration between the student-led Black Business Alliance and CTNext, Tsai CITY, and Startup Yale.
Video: Student Volunteers Help Afghan Refugees Build Sustainable Business
During a recent Food, Agribusiness, and Beverage Club event at Yale SOM, students offer local Afghan refugees a helping hand.
Elevating Women’s Voices
Yale SOM celebrates Women’s History Month and marks International Women’s Day with a myriad of events and initiatives in March.
Video: Designing Solutions for New Haven in the Social Entrepreneurship Lab
Professor Teresa Chahine’s practice-based Social Entrepreneurship Lab attracts students from across Yale looking to make an impact.