Professors at top business schools usually aren’t lacking in accolades, but only some of those accolades speak directly to their effectiveness as teachers. Those, of course, are teaching awards.

Two professors at Yale School of Management will now be adding such awards to their lists of accomplishments, with the school announcing the 2019 recipients of its Faculty Teaching…

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University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has announced that, starting July 1, Martine Haas will be the director of the school’s Joseph H. Lauder Institute for Management and International Studies.

The Lauder Institute gives an international bent to Wharton’s MBA program. Students who enroll in the Lauder Institute’s program earn both an MA in International Studies and an…

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The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School is one of the top business schools that have embraced the trend toward big data. Now, the school has announced that it is bringing all its data initiatives together under one big program, Analytics at Wharton.

This move is being made with the support of an anonymous $15 million gift. The gift comes…

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The Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale (Tsai CITY) has announced the winners in this year’s iteration of Startup Yale, a competition for student entrepreneurs featuring four prizes worth a total of $90,000.

Yale Startup unfolds over three days of live pitches and includes winners in four categories as well as audience…

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Michigan will have to wait until next year to try their luck on the basketball court, but the good news is that they did come out on top in another arena: student entrepreneurship. This week, Michigan was named the winner of PitchBook’s 2019 VC Founders Bracket.

In this entrepreneurship-themed March bracket, PitchBook tallied how many venture-backed entrepreneurs each undergraduate program in…

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One of Harvard Business School’s biggest challenges goes well beyond the bounds of the school’s campus, according to the school’s dean. In an interview with the Harvard Crimson, Nitin Nohria highlighted a need for HBS to address society’s faith in capitalism itself. 

Nohria explained that “We – as a school that has often been associated with business, which…

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A constant question for business schools is how to evaluate “soft skills” that are hard to quantify but essential for future success.

Recently, Yale School of Management has been experimenting with a test of soft skills developed by Educational Testing Service, makers of the GRE. Since Round 2 of last admissions season, applicants to Yale SOM have taken the test without their…

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