Harvard Business School
In many ways, the Harvard name sells itself—so the University spends its millions-strong marketing budget on short-term and traditionally less-emphasized programs.
Harvard Business School has updated its Title IX training modules on sexual harassment amid criticisms of the trainings.
A company that revolutionizes ear infection treatment, an app to guide small business in emerging markets, and a toolkit to empower girls in STEM all won big Wednesday.
Though many courses still have not finalized their schedules or section information, the Faculty Council gave its initial approval of the courses at its meeting last week.
Pinck, an advocate for women’s rights, was one of the first female administrators at the Business School, holding positions as an assistant dean and lecturer. She died March 10 at age 89.
David M. Rubenstein, a member of the Harvard Corporation, discussed his non-linear path to private equity, outlined his philanthropic vision, and ruminated on past failures at a Harvard Business School event Monday.
Protesters called on Baupost—which holds $931 million of Puerto Rico’s debt—to cancel its holdings in Puerto Rican bonds and demanded Harvard divest $2 billion from Baupost.
Harvard Business School’s Baker Library has added the accumulated works of prominent economist Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer to its permanent Special Collections.
Frei, who is currently on a leave of absence from her roles as senior associate dean for executive education and a professor of service management at HBS, had been hired as a senior vice president of leadership and strategy for the ridesharing company.
The Faculty Council heard a proposal from the Business School concerning a new Ph.D. program and voted to dissolve the Council on Asian Studies at their biweekly meeting.