Karachi. Budapest. Shanghai. Haas may be based in Berkeley and the Bay Area, epicenters of unique thinking and innovation, but the school and its alumni are making their marks in cities like these all over the world. To keep the Haas community abreast of the school's activities in even the most far-flung corners of the globe, the school is launching a new blog called Haas in the World.
The blog provides one central online location to highlight the school's activities outside of our Bay Area home. Recent posts include an account by Kristi Raube, executive director of the International Business Development Program, of her trip to Karachi to explore possible student projects and an article about MBA winter treks. Next week, the blog will feature posts from Shanghai, where the school's Asia Business Center is hosting its second conference.
"This blog is a great way to showcase the Haas School's international footprint as we expand our International Business Development Program for MBA students and look at developing a similar program for undergraduates," says Dean Rich Lyons.
Check out Haas in the World to learn about the latest international activities at the Haas School.