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Linda Amah ’21

There’s a real need in the healthcare industry for leadership. While the industry in the United States has changed rapidly over the past few decades, with incredible advances in therapies and...

Michelle Gilroy ’21

I spent the last four years with American Airlines, in planning and analysis. I provided analytical support to operational leaders, creating and implementing staffing models. I really enjoyed the...

Leon Dong ’21

Technology has ingrained itself into finance more than ever before. As someone with a quantitatively geared background, I’m interested in ways we can bring greater transparency, efficiency, and...

From the Assistant Dean for Admissions: A Unique Community Responds to COVID-19

By: Bruce DelMonico May 12, 2020

If there is one thing that has remained constant in my 15 years at Yale SOM, it’s the spirit of the student body. Graduates leave us each year at commencement and new students join us each year at orientation, but  the heart of the community remains unchanged. If you asked me for one word...

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First-Year Students Look Back at their Favorite On-Campus Events of the Year

May 1, 2020
Evans Hall in spring
While the current pandemic has meant that many of these events convened virtually this spring, the spirit of community persists for SOM students. And it was in that spirit that first-year student life chair Stephanie Wayne ’21 reached out to us recently, wanting to share her and her classmates’ reflections on their favorite events with admitted and prospective students.  Continue reading “First-Year Students Look Back at their Favorite On-Campus Events of the Year”

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