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B-School Twitter Roundup


Sean Hansen, RIT professor, on the Jeopardy! gameshow

Sean Hansen, RIT professor, on the Jeopardy! gameshow

This week’s Twitter roundup of happenings in the business school world includes a business professor winning a cash prize on the game show Jeopardy, parting words from a long-time B-School dean, and advice for MBA students planning to work in startups.

Keith Weigelt, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, helps West Philadelphia residents become more financially literate through a new community program started by a Wharton alum (@wharton, April 11)

University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business Forms Partnership with Nielsen (NLSN), a move that will allow professors access to the company’s extensive marketing data (@booth_insider, April 12)

Dean Peter Henry and MBA students from NYU’s Stern School of Business, head to Times Square to ring the Nasdaq closing bell (@nyustern, April 13)

The FEMBA Flex, a new hybrid MBA degree program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, will let working students take classes both online and on campus, says Dean Judy Olian (@DeanOlian, April 13)

Don Hoang, a 2011 Stanford Graduate School of Business MBA alum, shares five things he learned in the first 100 days of working at a startup (@StanfordBiz, April 13)

Sean Hansen, an MBA alum of Case Western Reserve’s Weatherhead School of Management and a business professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology Saunders College of Business, brings home $31,001 after a two-day stint on Jeopardy (@caseweatherhead, April 13)

Sherry Wallace, admissions director at University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, shares her thoughts on what international MBA applicants should be thinking about before applying to a U.S. business school. (@kenanflagler, April 15)

Departing Dean Ángel Cabrera’s final thoughts on his legacy at the Thunderbird School of Global Management (@cabreraangel, April 15)

Hakan Ener, an assistant professor of entrepreneurship at Spain’s IESE, offers advice on team dynamics when presenting a business plan (@iesebs, April 15)

MBA students from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business team up with the Building Goodness Foundation to fix homes in Charlottesville (@DardenMBA, April 16)

Damast is a staff writer for Bloomberg Businessweek.

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