January 2008

  • 22 Jan 2008

    Harvard Business School Announces Life Sciences Fellowship Fund

    Harvard Business School (HBS) announced that it will award $20,000incoming MBA students who present outstanding credentials from their work in the field of life sciences. The new Life Sciences Fellowships, which recognize academic achievements, professional accomplishments, and/or honors granted by academic, commercial, or professional organizations, will be awarded to students entering the School's MBA program next fall. Read more.

    • 11 Jan 2008

      HBS Course Uses Literature To Teach Moral Leadership

      Albert Camus, Barbara Kingsolver, and David Mamet are names not typically referenced in an MBA classroom. But they are just a sample of the literary giants discussed in the Harvard Business School second-year elective course, The Moral Leader, currently taught by Senior Lecturer Sandra Sucher. First introduced to HBS in the late 1980s by Harvard psychiatrist and educator Robert Coles, the course uses literary works to study decision making and leadership and help MBAs find their own definition of moral leadership. Read more.