Gabelli Faculty Return To School With New Consortium Knowledge

first_img regions: New York City RelatedThe Consortium GSM: Helping African American, Hispanic, & Native American MBAs“The vision of the Consortium is to increase the representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans in management careers in the United States.” Founded in 1966, the Consortium for Graduate Study of Management is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to increasing minority representation in MBA programs. The reality is that…July 26, 2016In “Featured Home”Haas School Creates Executive Level Program in ShanghaiThe Haas School of Business is providing an executive-level program in Shanghai that presents a Silicon Valley perspective on business, innovation, and leadership topics to top Chinese leaders. The program is taught by Berkeley-Haas faculty, starting May 6, 2014. This Partnership for China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong and Berkeley-Haas is…May 12, 2014In “Featured Region”Berkeley Welcomes Record Number of MBAs in for Class of 2020Last week, UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business unveiled stats for the incoming students that comprise its full-time MBA Class of 2020. With 291 full-time MBA students (along with 276 evening and weekend students), the Berkeley Class of 2020 is larger than any before. The new class one of the…September 6, 2018In “Featured Home” At the Fordham University Gabelli School of Business in New York City, the professors never stop learning. When summer rolls around, instead of taking a break, some go on to further their education—bringing it back to their students come fall.Three Gabelli professors attended the Aspen Undergraduate Business Education Consortium at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. Business school professors Miguel Alzola, Julita Haber, and Kelly Ulto went to the two-day consortium to learn how to integrate business and the liberal arts. Faculty from about 40 other colleges and universities joined the event.The consortium sought to show how business education can help students “make sense of the world and their place in it while preparing them to engage responsibly with the life of their times,” according to a press release. Guest speakers included Harvard Professor Mihir Desai and Haas School Dean Richard Lyons. Lyons spoke about the role of educators for future generations. Vice President of Apple Joel Podolny presented at the consortium too. He explained how a company “can stay true to its vision,” per the press release.The three faculty members plan to bring this knowledge back to their students this coming school year. Gabelli MBA candidates and undergraduate students alike will learn the value of mixing business with the liberal arts. Gabelli Faculty Return To School With New Consortium Knowledgecenter_img About the AuthorYessenia FunesView more posts by Yessenia Funes Last Updated Aug 28, 2017 by Yessenia FunesFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail last_img read more

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