The Harvard Business School announced a new fellowship Wednesday to support MBA graduates who work in Africa directly after graduation.
The public lacks confidence in both government and business leaders, Business School Dean Nitin Nohria and Kennedy School Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf wrote in an editorial Monday.
Four percent of Business School graduates chose careers in public service in 2017—roughly double the number who did so the previous year.
"You really can’t get economic justice if you don’t have racial justice,” she said.
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“My biggest takeaway is that there is a ton of opportunity to do activist lending in a lot of developing markets,” a student attendee said.
“I frankly think we need coders and hackers significantly less than we need lawyers,” Raymond said.
Popular among some American Protestants, the prosperity gospel is a concept which holds that material wealth and physical health are signs that an individual is favored by God.
James E. Ryan, dean of the Graduate School of Education, says good leaders must continually ask themselves two questions: “What truly matters?” and “How can I help?”
The “closed loop” of conservative media has pushed the Republican Party farther to the right, argued Jackie K. Calmes, the White House editor for the Los Angeles Times.
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