January 2016

    December 2015

    • 10 Dec 2015

      Six HBS Doctoral Students Win Prestigious Research Awards

      BOSTON—The Harvard Business School Doctoral Programs and their faculty chair, David Scharfstein, the School’s Edmund Cogswell Converse Professor of Finance and Banking, have announced three recipients of the 2015 Wyss Awards for Excellence in Doctoral Research as well as three winners of the Martin Awards for Excellence in Business Economics. The prizes are presented each year based on excellence in innovative dissertation research. Read more.

    November 2015

    • 24 Nov 2015

      HBS Announces Peek Weekend 2016

      BOSTON—Harvard Business School (HBS) announced today the initial details for its 2016 Peek Weekend, an educational experience designed to give current college sophomores, juniors, and seniors enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program knowledge of and insight into the Harvard MBA program. Read more.

    • 18 Nov 2015

      Robert and Myra Kraft Family Foundation Establish $20 Million Endowment at Harvard Business School

      BOSTON— The Robert and Myra Kraft Family Foundation, Inc., under the leadership of Foundation President Robert K. Kraft (MBA 1965), has pledged $20 million to Harvard Business School (HBS) to create the Kraft Endowment for Advancing Precision Medicine. The pledge, which is part of Harvard University’s $6.5 billion capital campaign, was announced at the Partners Precision Medicine Conference today at Harvard Medical School, with Robert Kraft in attendance. Read more.

    • 03 Nov 2015

      HBX Appoints Patrick Mullane Executive Director of HBX

      BOSTON—Harvard Business School has named Patrick Mullane (MBA 1999) the new Executive Director of HBX, Harvard Business School’s digital learning initiative. Mullane brings a career-long talent of building and shaping businesses to the work underway at HBX. He will officially assume his duties in early November. Read more.

    • 03 Nov 2015

      Harvard Business School Names New Cohort of Entrepreneurs-in-Residence

      BOSTON—Harvard Business School offers an extensive program in entrepreneurship under the leadership and guidance of more than 30 faculty members, including required courses in the first year of the MBA program, numerous electives in the second-year curriculum, and a thriving annual New Venture Competition. Read more.

    October 2015