New Venture Winner an Undercover Success

Angela Newnam (MBA 1996) did not set out to be an entrepreneur. But the self-described former "career gal" and mother of three became one by envisioning what she could not find: sexy, comfortable underwear that absorb odor and wick away moisture. More

New Post for Palepu

Professor Krishna Palepu, senior associate dean for International Development at HBS, has been tapped by Harvard President Drew Faust to be her senior adviser for global strategy, a new position. More

Social Enterprise Start-Ups Recognized for Bold Ideas

Diabetes is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the developing world, affecting nearly 250 million people. Yet most can't afford the medical monitoring needed to manage their condition. For a target group in southern India, that is about to change. More

Celebrating HBS Women

In celebration of this year’s 50th anniversary of women being admitted to the full-time MBA program, HBS and the Culture and Community Initiative are planning a series of events that explore the past, present, and future of women in leadership in business and society, including an on-campus summit April 4–6, 2013. More

FIELD 3 Tests Students

In an innovative complement to the case method of instruction, the entire Class of 2013 spent the 15-week Winter Term practicing what they were learning from their required courses as they worked in small teams to build viable microbusinesses. More

Attention, HBS Entrepreneurs!

Venture capitalists Patrick Chung (MBA 2004) and Harry Weller (MBA 1998) are prime movers behind the Experiment Fund, launched to support innovators or current students who are leading Cambridge, Massachusetts tech start-ups in health care, energy, or information. More

A Better World, One Idea at a Time

A dozen budding social entrepreneurs pitched their ideas for innovative products and services during the annual Social Enterprise Conference in February, and four came away with top honors. More

Porter, Kanter Win McKinsey Awards

HBS professors Michael Porter and Rosabeth Moss Kanter have won the 2011 McKinsey Awards for best articles published in the Harvard Business Review last year. Established in 1959, the award has been given annually by HBR and McKinsey & Company. More

A Decade of Change

Ten years isn’t such a long time in the grand scheme of things. That said, the HBS Leadership Fellows program, launched in 2001, shows a breadth and depth of impact well beyond its years. More

Good Fellowship

In April, some 500 students, alumni, and guests attended the annual Fellowship Dinner at HBS. The event included remarks by Dean Nitin Nohria and a video that underscored the importance of fellowships not only to the recipients but also to the academic enrichment of the School. More

A Chapter in US-China Trade Relations

A current exhibit at the Baker Library | Bloomberg Center spotlights a fascinating period in the ongoing story of US–China trade relations. More

Noted & Quoted

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