Archives: August 2009

Former Intel CEO Craig Barrett Takes Up Teaching Post at Thunderbird

Posted by: Alison Damast on August 31

First, former Intel CEO Andrew Grove took up a post as a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Now, another Intel CEO will be following in his footsteps...

For MBAs with Jobs, Recession was No Bloodbath

Posted by: Louis Lavelle on August 20

By Anne VanderMey Anyone who gets their MBA has a reasonably high expectation of coming out of the program with a higher salary than when they went in. That’s great...

Report: Enthusiasm About Sustainability Rising in MBA Programs

Posted by: Geoff Gloeckler on August 19

by Anne VanderMey NetImpact, champion of socially conscious business schoolers, has released its fourth annual guide of MBA programs today. Called Business as Unusual: The Student Guide to Graduate Business...

NYU Stern Plans to Accept the GRE for Admissions

Posted by: Alison Damast on August 18

NYU Stern School of Business is joining the swelling ranks of business schools accepting the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) for admissions. Students applying to Stern's full-time and part-time MBA programs...

Jack Welch's Online MBA is Delayed Due to Health Problems

Posted by: Alison Damast on August 12

Health problems are delaying the start of Jack Welch’s new online MBA program, according to a blog post in The Chronicle of Higher Education today. We wrote back in June...

More MBA Curriculum Changes in the Pipeline

Posted by: Louis Lavelle on August 11

By Rachel Z. Arndt As I wrote last week, a post-crisis curriculum—spurred by the financial crisis—is rapidly taking root at business schools across the country. It turns out the trend...

Dartmouth's New Dual-Degree PhD/MBA Program

Posted by: Francesca Di Meglio on August 11

By Francesca Di Meglio Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business (Tuck Full-Time MBA School Profile) and the university’s graduate studies department have created a dual-degree program for students to earn a...

Ross School Offers New Weekend Option for Part-time Students

Posted by: Alison Damast on August 04

In recent years, business schools have been looking for better ways to accommodate the harried schedules of their part-time students, many who juggle families and full-time jobs. Early morning, evening...


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