Category Archives: School News

Yale SOM Scholarship for First-Generation College Students

By some estimates, first-generation college students make up 30% of entering freshman classes. This sector of the population, being the first in their families to attend university, typically encounters significant financial constraints. In fact, economic …

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Cornell Johnson MBA Students Enact Grade Non-Disclosure

Following a year-long strategic study, full-time MBA students at Cornell Johnson College of Business have voted for grade non-disclosure. This means they needn’t disclose their grades to recruiters until they have received a full-time, post-graduation job …

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Chicago Booth Expands MBA Deferred Admissions Program

This week, the Chicago Booth School of Business announced it will expand its MBA deferred admissions program to undergrads outside of University of Chicago who are in their final year of study. The Chicago Booth Scholars program …

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Wharton School Receives Largest Single Gift in its History

The Wharton School has much to celebrate this week, having received the largest single gift ever in its history. A pledge of $50 million from alumnus Marc J. Rowan and his wife, Carolyn Rowan tops …

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$5M Gift Will Fund New HBS Case Studies on AI

Earlier this week, Harvard Business School (HBS) announced it has received a substantial gift to help fund case studies on the uses and effect of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the business landscape. HBS alumnus Stephen Schwarzman, …

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CBS Dean Glenn Hubbard to Step Down After 15-Year Tenure

Glenn Hubbard, successful steward of Columbia Business School for 15 years, will step down from his role as dean at the end of the 2018-19 academic year, University President Lee Bollinger has announced. Hubbard will …

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