Retired GM Vice Chair Bob Lutz, BS 61, MBA 62, to Receive Leading Through Innovation Award
Bob Lutz, BS 61, MBA 62, retired vice chairman of General Motors, will be honored with the Haas School's Leading Through Innovation Award at the school's annual Haas Gala on Nov. 4 in San Francisco.
Homecoming This Saturday Morning at Haas
Show your support for lifelong learning at Berkeley-Haas by joining professors David Robinson & Greg LaBlanc. Learn how the Internet is transforming the world of marketing (9:30 - 10:30 am) and how herd behavior has contributed to the financial crisis (11:00 am - Noon) at Haas' Andersen Auditorium. No RSVP required, just show up at Haas!
SF Networking Event to Cultivate Industry Connections
As many as 500 Berkeley MBA students, alumni, and friends will converge at the sixth annual San Francisco Networking Event Oct. 20 to connect in a social setting and refine elevator pitches to prospective employers.
Mian Testifies in Senate on Slumping Economy
Deleveraging--paying down debt--among highly indebted households is the most important factor responsible for the current economic slump, Associate Professor Atif Mian told a U.S. Senate subcommittee in Wash., D.C.
Living With Uncertainty: Real Estate Conference Looks to 2012
As the battered real estate market limps toward 2012, more than 500 leaders in real estate, finance, government, policy, and law will gather Nov. 21 at the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics' 34th Annual Real Estate & Economics Symposium to share insights into what the new year will bring.
Goldman Sachs Sponsors I-Banking Competition
Four undergraduates won the 14th annual Haas Investment Banking Case Competition sponsored by Goldman Sachs on Thursday with a presentation on potential acquisitions for eBay that judges called creative and well-prepared.
Responsible Business and Finance Conference: Linking Research and Practice
Haas will bring together leading academic researchers and practitioners from across the globe to discuss the financial implications of a firm's corporate social responsibility strategies at a conference Nov. 3-4.
Young Entrepreneurs at Haas Launches Volt Raffle, Undergrad Contest
The Young Entrepreneurs at Haas (YEAH) Program for economically disadvantaged youth is capitalizing on a generous gift from Haas alumnus and YEAH founding board member David Eckles, MBA 73, to embark on its biggest season of fundraising ever this fall.
CFOs Share Ideas at Haas Roundtable
Howard Atkins, the immediate past CFO of Wells Fargo, spoke on challenges facing the financial services industry Sept. 30 as the guest speaker of the Haas School's quarterly CFO Round Table.
Study on Social Responsibility and Financing Wins Moskowitz Prize
Firms with strong corporate social responsibility scores enjoy consistently lower costs of capital financing than firms with weaker CSR track records, according to a study that has won the 2011 Moskowitz Prize for Socially Responsible Investing.
How to Become a Business Professor
Ever wonder what it takes to become a business school professor? To answer that question, the Haas PhD Program will host a DocNet Recruiting Forum Oct. 18 in the Great Hall of the International House in Berkeley.
World-Renowned Spanish Chef Ferran Adrià Whets MBA Appetites for Gastronomic Innovation
The Haas School has been selected as the only West Coast business school to participate in the "Ideas for Transformation" global MBA challenge competition sponsored by the elbulliFoundation and Telefónica, Spain.
New Black Business Student Association
BBSA - Berkeley/Haas is a mission-driven affinity group committed to promoting community and professional success among Haas students and alumni of African or other ethnic descent. Because this group is exclusive to the Haas LinkedIn community, you must be a member of the Haas/Berkeley Alumni group to access the BBSA group.
Harleys, Hondas, and Haas
The Haas Angels may look like a rugged motorcycle gang, but they're really just 28 MBA students who discovered that riding mean two-wheelers makes for the perfect study break.