Expansion Magazine Ranks MBA Program #11
The Full-Time Berkeley MBA Program placed #11 in the world in Expansion magazine's ranking of the 2012 best global MBAs for Mexico, released Jan. 30. Berkeley-Haas also ranked #11 last year.
Professors Win Schwabacher Fellowships
Assistant Professors Zsolt Katona and Panos Patatoukas have been awarded Schwabacher Fellowships by the Haas Executive Committee in recognition of their research and teaching.
Berkeley-Haas Wins Venture Capital Competition
An interdisciplinary team that includes Berkeley MBA students won the regional Venture Capital Investment Competition at Santa Clara University. The CrossCal Associates team will go on to the national competition at the University of North Carolina's Kenan Flagler Business School in April.
Berkeley-Columbia Graduating Class Gives Back
Two-thirds of the graduating class of the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA Program made a donation to the Haas Fund this year, helping to raise $34,000 for the school.
67 Faculty Members Make "Club 6" for Teaching
Students gave 67 faculty members, or about 47 percent of all instructors, a mean teaching score of at least six on a seven-point scale during the fall 2011 semester.
Pandora, Stella & Dot Execs to Speak at Women in Leadership Conference, March 3
With women making up half of the workforce but just a small fraction of C-suite executives, the 2012 Women in Leadership Conference will focus on how successful women can bring others up with them.
Finance Conference: Private Equity and Venture Capital are Faring in Volatile Times, March 9
Volatility and its ripple effects through the world of finance and investing will be the focus of the sixth annual student-run Berkeley-Haas Finance Conference at the Haas School.
Focus on Asia as Emerged Market, March 17
The student-run 12th annual Asia Business Conference at Haas will explore the idea that Asia is not an emerging market but a market that has already emerged.
Banner Year for Berkeley Board Fellows Program
The Haas School's Berkeley Board Fellows Program has offered a record 94 students this year a rare chance to serve as members on nonprofit boards of directors.