Cal athletes soar at Haas

When Cal Women’s Soccer forward Jordyn Elliott returned to the field this fall after recovering from a hip injury, she did it in style, scoring one of three goals that helped the team defeat Utah Valley at the season’s opening game. Elliott believes that the same grit that brought her back strong to the field

Can racism, sexism, and other biases be quantified?

When a Starbucks employee recently called the police on two black men who asked for a bathroom key but hadn’t yet ordered anything, it seemed a clear-cut case of racism leading directly to unfair treatment. Many outraged white customers publicly contrasted it with their years of hassle-free Starbucks pit stops. But from a scientific perspective,

Solomon Darwin’s new books explore the Smart Village movement

Solomon Darwin, the executive director of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation, has just published two new books, The Road to Mori: Smart Villages of Tomorrow and The Untouchables: Three Generations of Triumph Over Torment. The first book is a case study about the modernization efforts underway in his hometown of Mori, a village of 8,000

Haas Undergraduate Program ties for #2 in US News

US News & World Report ranked the Haas Undergraduate Program #2 in this year’s college ranking. Haas ranked #3 last year. Haas tied for #2 with MIT Sloan’s program. The ranking, part of the U.S. News Best Colleges report, is based solely on a peer poll of business school deans, faculty, and undergraduate directors who are asked

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