Skip to content

Archive for August 2018

Darden Brings On Seven New Professors for 2018-2019

It’s the beginning of a new academic year, which means not just a new cohort of students, but an influx of new faculty talent. University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business is one school that has been busy hiring professors, welcoming seven new faculty members to campus this year. Like many top business schools, Darden…

Read More

Kellogg Releases 2020 MBA Class Profile

Earlier this year, USC’s Marshall School of Business became the first major U.S. business school to enroll a class with as many women as men. Now, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management continues 2018’s trend of progress toward gender parity in the world of top B-schools, announcing that 46 percent of its newest MBA cohort…

Read More

Hazing Complaints Lead INSEAD to Cancel Welcome Week

For 35 years, Welcome Week has been a rite of passage for incoming students at INSEAD. Now, that tradition is coming under close scrutiny following official complaints filed with the Comité National Contre le Bizutage (CNCB), also known as the French National Committee Against Hazing. With the CNCB initiating an investigation, INSEAD has announced that…

Read More

NYU Stern’s 2020 MBA Class Profile

New York University’s Stern School of Business has become one of the first prominent U.S. business schools to release data on its full-time MBA Class of 2020. Admission to Stern’s MBA program remains competitive, with 23 percent of candidates landing a spot in the class. Overall, Stern received 3,781 applications and sent out 876 offers…

Read More

USC Marshall Becomes First Prominent MBA Program With 50 Percent Women

Earlier this year, we wrote about how gender parity has been an elusive goal at top business schools in the United States. While some less prominent MBA programs have enrolled classes with 50 percent women, higher-ranked programs have generally failed to get their percentages past the low-to-mid 40s. Recently, however, University of Southern California’s Marshall…

Read More

Kellogg Appoints Interim Dean

Last month, University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business announced that it was naming an interim dean while it extended its search for a new permanent dean. Now, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management is joining Haas in concluding that it apparently won’t have a permanent dean in place by the time its current…

Read More