Berkeley-Haas Case Series Expands to Wider Audience
The Berkeley-Haas Case Series, which extracts lessons for success from unconventional management strategies and disruptive trends, is now reaching a wider audience, thanks to a new distribution agreement with Harvard Business Publishing.
Career Counselors Serve Haas Undergrad Students
Two new career counselors came on board in the fall to serve Haas undergraduate students from the UC Berkeley Career Center: David Woodward and Chris Gavin.
Big Innovation to Take Center Stage at Economist Forum at Haas, March 27
The Economist's fifth annual Innovation Forum will bring hundreds of business leaders to Haas to explore truly transformative innovations that have the potential to change how we live and work. For alumni discount, enter promotional code EWMWMHAA under "standard rate."
Evening & Weekend Students Co-Innovate with Nike, SAP, Ford, and More
Second-year students in the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program worked last weekend with leaders from seven top companies on how to create co-innovation partnerships that position the firms on the cusp of what's next in their industries.
Student Startup Roundup
Read about a recent MBA grad whose events-related startup is about to be offered to Salesforce.com customers, a health-care tech startup founded by an evening MBA student, and a nonprofit music venture launched by a Haas undergraduate.
Executive MBA Students Connect with Defining Principles
While students in the inaugural class of the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program come from a wide variety of backgrounds, they quickly connected to the Haas School's unique culture and four Defining Principles.
Undergraduates Apply Innovation Lessons in India
Haas undergrads traveled to India in January for a once-in-a-lifetime experience as part of a new course called Open Innovation in Emerging Economies.
Read BerkeleyHaas Magazine on Tablet or Online
Check out our iPad, Android, and online editions of BerkeleyHaas magazine. Read about Business Leader of the Year Doug Goldman, Revolution Foods founders Kristin Groos Richmond and Kirsten Saenz Tobey, and a Q&A with Haas Real Estate Prof. Nancy Wallace.
What's in it for Me?
A recent New Year's video answered that question, summarizing the ten most common requests for help received by the alumni office during 2013.
Haas@Work Lecturer Pierre M. Loewe Passes Away
Berkeley-Haas Lecturer Pierre M. Loewe, who spent his career in innovation consulting and teaching, died Dec. 31 in San Francisco from acute myeloid leukemia.
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