Nearly 900 business school students are graduating this month, bringing to a close their education in the classroom but not their lifelong connection to Berkeley-Haas.
This year marks the first time that four undergraduate business students will be recognized with a Champion of Culture Award, one for each Berkeley-Haas Defining Principle, at their commencement.
Dinner at the top of Memorial Stadium with a Nobel Laureate and a talk on design thinking by IDEO GM Tom Kelley, MBA 83. Those are some highlights from the first days of the new Berkeley MBA for Executives Program, which begins this month.
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Prof. Terrance Odean was quoted on the inability of individual investors to compete against supercomputers programmed to trade stocks.
Maria Nondorf, executive director of the Center for Financial Reporting and Management, was recognized as one of the most influential Bay Area women of 2013.
Dean Rich Lyons was quoted about "Student Always" being one of the school's four Defining Principles that differentiate it from other business schools.
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Ute S. Frey