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Clayton S. Rose, a professor at Harvard Business School, will assume the presidency of Bowdoin College in July.
Vatter, who taught a managerial economics course that centered on statistical analysis and decision-making, is best remembered for explaining challenging concepts in an understandable and engaging way.
Business School professor Krishna G. Palepu was found guilty of receiving excessive compensation without first receiving proper governmental approval on Monday.
The Harvard Business Review published the results of a survey-based study this month indicating that limited correlation exists between the career expectations of Harvard Business School graduates and the gender gap in senior management positions.
The event marked the kickoff of the Deans’ Innovation Sports Challenge, which will span the remainder of the academic year. Winners will be announced in May.
Ali Jaber, left, the Director of MBC Group Television delivers the keynote address at the Harvard Arab Weekend on Sunday afternoon.
The updated figure, which reflects the progress of the Business School’s campaign through June 30, comprises both the $600 million in gifts and pledges raised during its three-year quiet phase as well as those amassed in its public phase.
From research and teaching partnerships to smartphone apps and projects analyzing how to improve city services, city officials and Harvard faculty say, the New Urban Mechanics are redefining what civic innovation means in the 21st century.
The Harvard Innovation Lab helped HBS alumni create a new app that will help customers split the restaurant bill.
SplitNGo will help customers, restaurants, and waiters according to an advisor to co-founders Steve Gorodetskiy and Andres Sarmiento, who developed the app at the Innovation Lab.
Ben L. Brinkopf ‘11 worked as a consultant in Dallas after graduating from Harvard College. He is currently a student at Harvard Business School.
Uniquely positioned to profit from post-graduate uncertainty, the consulting industry routinely attracts around 10 percent of graduating Harvard seniors. But is the industry the stepping-stone it promises to be?