SOM scores high in international rankings

January 27, 2003 • 1
For the second year in a row, the School of Management ranked 12th in the world and 10th in the United States in a London Financial Times survey of the top 100 full time international MBA programs. The results are an improvement over two years ago, when the SOM was ranked 20th internationally. The results, »

CORE brings aid to foreign orphans

December 5, 2002 • 0
While growing up, Smaranda Luca ’04 would travel to orphanages in Romania with her grandparents, who are both doctors. Her experiences inspired her to start the Children and Orphan Relief Effort, or CORE, at Yale. The group gathers money and supplies for orphanages and hospitals in Romania and India. Members at Yale are trying to »

Bush adviser discusses environment, Yale

October 29, 2002 • 0
Driving through a mountain pass in Ireland three years after graduating from Yale, James Connaughton ’83, chairman of President Bush’s Council on Environmental Quality, was struck by an idea. “I realized I wanted to get into environmental policy,” he said. Speaking at a Berkeley College Master’s Tea Monday, Connaughton discussed his job and the path »