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News, notes, and special events
for HBS alumni

MAY 17, 2015

Working Mothers Benefit Children

In conjunction with the new HBS Gender Initiative, professor Kathleen McGinn shares new research that girls are better off in later life if their mothers work rather than stay at home. MORE (NY Times)

HBS Alumni Among Winners of President's and Dean's Challenges

Led by Michael Martin (MBA 2015), three Harvard Business School MBA students were part of the winning team in the Harvard University Innovation Lab's (i-lab) prestigious President's Challenge 2015. Two other HBS MBA students and two HBS alumni were also among the winners and runners-up in the recently announced Dean's Challenges awards. more

Uniting Business, Industry, and Governments to Save the Planet

Carter Roberts (MBA 1988), has been working to bring leaders in business, industry, and government to the table so that they can be part of the solution for global conservation and natural-resource management. more


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Featured Event
Webinar on Navigating Work and Family Life

JUNE 4, 2015, 12:00–1:00 P.M. EDT
Professor Robin Ely will discuss the latest findings from a soon-to-be-released comprehensive survey of alumni career and life paths.
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News From Campus
Women Preview MBA Life

HBS has launched a new recruiting program aimed at bringing more women to the MBA program. Approximately 50-75 students from women's colleges will be visiting the campus in June to experience the case method firsthand. MORE (Huffington Post)

Making a Difference
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Celebrate how HBS alumni are making a difference around the world, and see how you can participate.


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