September 2016


    • 13 Sep 2016

      Harvard Business School Announces 2016 Goldsmith Fellows

      BOSTON—Harvard Business School (HBS) has announced the 2016 recipients of its Horace W. Goldsmith Fellowships. Established in 1998 by the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation and Richard L. Menschel (MBA 1959), a director of the Foundation and a limited partner at Goldman Sachs, to encourage students from the nonprofit sector to attend HBS, these fellowships enable the School to award approximately $10,000 each to as many as ten incoming MBA students. Read more.

    August 2016


    • 25 Aug 2016

      Bloomberg Philanthropies and Harvard University Launch Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative

      BOSTON—Bloomberg Philanthropies and Harvard University are jointly announcing the launch of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative, an unparalleled collaboration to advance leadership, management and innovation in cities across America and around the world. Funded by a $32 million gift from Michael R. Bloomberg and administered through Harvard, the Initiative will equip city leaders with the tools, skills and support increasingly required to tackle the complex leadership and management challenges faced in governing cities around the globe. Read more.

    • 18 Aug 2016

      Four Harvard Business School Faculty Members Named to Most Influential Black Corporate Directors List

      BOSTON—The summer issue of Savoy magazine, a quarterly national publication that focuses on African-American culture, business, and lifestyle, has named four Harvard Business School (HBS) faculty members to its “Power 300” list of 2016’s most influential black corporate directors: James I. Cash, the School’s James E. Robison Professor of Business Administration Emeritus; Linda A. Hill, the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration; and Senior Lecturers Henry W. McGee and Paula A. Price. Read more.