27 May 2009
This year, the Harvard Business School Doctoral Programs has awarded three Wyss Awards for Excellence in Doctoral Research and one Martin Award for Excellence in Business Economics. These monetary prizes are presented annually to outstanding students engaged in innovative dissertation research. Read more.
26 May 2009
Six members of the Harvard Business School MBA Class of 2009 have been named winners of the School's prestigious Dean's Award. The recipients, who will be recognized by HBS Dean Jay Light at Commencement ceremonies on June 4th on the HBS campus, are Andrew Goldin, Garrett Smith, and the team of Rye Barcott, Alex Ellis, Neil Wagle, and Kate Wattson. Read more.
21 May 2009
Harvard Business School faculty continuously address big research questions that cut across multiple disciplines and geographical regions, and the work showcased at this year's Faculty Research Symposium was no exception. Topics at the today's event in Hawes Hall on the HBS campus ranged from entrepreneurship and innovation to corporate lending and overseas investments. The Symposium is designed to highlight faculty research and course development accomplishments, share knowledge, and strengthen the School's sense of intellectual community. Read more.
19 May 2009
MBA hopefuls applying to the Harvard Business School MBA Program may now choose to submit test scores from either the GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test®) or the GRE (Graduate Record Examination®)strives to make the application process accessible to candidates from a broad array of academic backgrounds and interests as they consider their postgraduate options. Read more.
05 May 2009
years old. "Milt Brown had an almost magical ability to engage students and get them involved in meaningful discussions about important issues in a case study," said Walter J. Salmon, the Stanley Roth, Sr., Professor of Retailing Emeritus at Harvard Business School. Read more.