July 2020

    June 2020

    • 17 Jun 2020

      Harvard Business School Introduces 2020-2021 Blavatnik Fellows in Life Science Entrepreneurship

      Lorem IPsumBOSTON—Harvard Business School (HBS) has named its 2020-21 Blavatnik Fellows in Life Science Entrepreneurship. Launched in 2013, the Blavatnik Fellowship, was part of a gift to Harvard University from the Blavatnik Family Foundation, headed by Len Blavatnik (MBA 1989). The Fellowship was established to support HBS alumni and Harvard-affiliated postdocs in their new ventures around promising life science technologies while developing their leadership talents and providing mentorship during their entrepreneurial journey. To date, Fellows have created 23 companies in categories including therapeutics, information technology, diagnostics, consumer health, and devices, and have collectively raised more than $370M in funding. Read more.

    May 2020

    • 28 May 2020

      Meet the 2020-2021 Leadership Fellows

      BOSTON—The Leadership Fellows Program at Harvard Business School (HBS) is based on University Professor Michael Porter’s vision of developing a network of HBS graduates with cross-sector experience who are committed to addressing societal issues throughout their careers. The fellowship is a two-way commitment in which graduating students are offered once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to experience high-impact management positions in nonprofit and public sector organizations for one year at a competitive salary. At the same time, the hiring organizations leverage the experience, energy, and strategic and analytical skills of MBAs in roles that produce immediate results and build long-term capacity. Read more.

    • 26 May 2020

      Claire Wagner Named Harvard Business School’s 2020 Student Class Day Speaker

      BOSTON—Claire Wagner (MD/MBA 2020) has been selected as the student speaker for Harvard Business School’s (HBS) Class Day celebration, held this year on Thursday, May 28. Claire was nominated by her peers and her speech was selected out of more than 50 student speeches. She is the first Class Day speaker with a joint degree from the medical school, and the first Class Day speaker to become a mother while at HBS. Read more.

    April 2020