Berkeley Undergrad Program Ranks #3 in US News
The Haas Undergraduate Program scored the number three spot in the US News & World Report ranking of the top business undergraduate programs in the US. Haas was tied with University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. US News has consistently ranked Haas #3 since 2003, with one exception -- #2 in 2009. Haas also excelled in the specialty rankings.
Berkeley MBA Ranks #2 for Hispanic Students
The Full-time Berkeley MBA Program placed second in Hispanic Business magazine's ranking of the top business schools for Hispanic students.
Shapiro Returns from Presidential Advisor Post
After spending nearly three years in Washington, D.C., Professor Carl Shapiro has returned to Berkeley and shares what it was like to advise President Barack Obama while serving on the President's Council of Economic Advisors.
Undergrads Launch Competition to Build Confidence Without Attitude
More than 100 undergraduates signed up to compete in a new finance case competition launched by the Haas Business School Association as part of its year-long effort to foster the school's four Defining Principles.
Doctoral Seminar Focuses on Innovation Research
From Boston to Bangalore, top thinkers on innovation will visit Haas for an interdisciplinary seminar for doctoral students and faculty this fall.
New Fall Courses Feature Social Networks, Online Learning, Women in Business
New fall courses are offering students the chance to zoom in on hot topics like the economics of social networks, social finance, and the strategic and societal impact of investing in women. Berkeley MBA students also will get their first chance to take a popular course in a new, interactive online format.
Haas Centers Host Screening of Fixing the Future Documentary
The Haas School's Center for Responsible Business and Lester Center for Entrepreneurship are co-hosting a pre-DVD release screening of the film Fixing the Future at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, in the Wells Fargo Room.
Schwab Series to Address Social Impact through Hybrid Ventures, Tech, Consulting
The Haas School's Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership will offer three panels this semester through the Schwab Charitable Philanthropy Speaker Series, exploring hybrid business models, technology for the lowest-income populations, and social impact consulting.
Alumnus and Accounting Benefactor Donald Seiler, BS 49, MBA 50, Passes Away
Alumnus Donald (Don) Seiler, BS 49, MBA 50, a longtime friend of the accounting program at Berkeley-Haas, passed away Aug. 3 at his Atherton home. He was 83.