Time flies: Explore the history of time-keeping with Fortunat Mueller-Maerki (MBA 1975).
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Alumni News

News, notes, and special events
for HBS alumni

F­EBRUARY 7, 2­016

 
Helping Young African Managers Find Their Way Home

Tomiwa Igun’s (MBA 2012) organization connects companies and management talent while opening new career paths for business students interested in Africa. MORE

Giving Kids Tech Tools to Make an Impact

Amy Kadomatsu (MBA 1998) believes every student can be an innovator and use technology as a force for good. MORE

The Wheel of the World

Fortunat Mueller-Maerki (MBA 1975) studies the history of time by collecting and researching watches and clocks. MORE

 

Leave a Legacy at HBS

“My HBS experience opened doors I didn’t even know existed. By supporting a fellowship through a bequest, I’m able to give others that same opportunity.”
Yat-Pang Au (MBA 2000)

Learn how you can give back by naming HBS as a beneficiary of your will, trust, or retirement plan.



 
Featured Events
A VISION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY — HBS in Dubai and Istanbul

Dean Nitin Nohria, along with select faculty and senior HBS leaders, will join alumni and their guests at special events in Dubai and Istanbul in March. Learn about the School's vision for the 21st century and experience the impact of HBS in the world. Please register through the links below or contact alumni_events@hbs.edu.
MA­RCH 28, 2­016Dubai
MA­RCH 30, 2­016Istanbul
learn more

 
HBS News
Survey closing! Life and Leadership After HBS: Personal and Professional Paths

All MBA alumni born after 1945 have until today, February 7 to share their life experiences through the Life and Leadership survey. Check your inbox—the reminder was sent this past Tuesday! HBS appreciates your help with this important study. Questions can be sent to officeely@hbs.edu.

 

BE COUNTED!

Alumni who give annually to the HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation keep the School on the cutting edge of management education. LEARN MORE


 
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