This week's Friday from the Frontline comes to us via our content partner, MBA Mama, an online platform designed to share the stories of women successfully navigating both motherhood and the MBA. As its January Mama of the Month (MotM), MBA Mama featured second-year Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) MBA student Valerie Rivera. Mom ...]
To see which law schools carry the largest pricetags for ordinary students, we looked to updated data on law school costs provided by Law School Transparency, a non-profit information hub for all things having to do with law school.
College graduates’ skills are not visible to employers because while they’re leaving colleges and universities with transcripts and resumes, employers aren’t able to see the skills they’ve developed through coursework and co-curricular activities.
Online courses can help you level up your career, stay competitive, and even help your snag a brand new opportunity. Unsure which to take? Here are eight courses you can take from the comfort of your sofa, all teaching resume-worthy skills.
Modern managers of university endowment funds have apparently thought they were some sort of special human beings. They convinced their bosses of that too in some cases, receiving millions of dollars of annual payments for their alleged supernatural ability to forecast changing asset prices.
This week’s Friday from the Frontlines comes to us from the London Business School’s MBA recruitment and admissions team and addresses the need for—and value of—having more women in business school. Before recently becoming senior director of MBA recruitment and admissions at LBS, Stephanie Kernwein Thrane oversaw the school’s MBA exchange program, which gave her ...]
It's easy to feel stressed out. There are so many demands such as meetings to attend, to-do lists to be completed, and phone calls to be made. There is a way out. If you meditate for even ten minutes, you'll feel better. Learn ways to do a simple but powerful meditation.
Kentucky, with just 1.3% of the American population, rarely has higher education developments worthy of national attention, but two things this week struck me as border-line outrageous, if not “scandalous.”
Facing a losing streak that could've torpedoed the season, the Xavier basketball team conducted a ritual with calendars, fire and a trash can. Even with all that, what they really did was figure out how to put their past in the past and keep it there.
As education advertising grows into the sophisticated, interconnected vehicle that advertisers are clamoring for, the immediate beneficiaries will be the school districts and universities as they increase their acquisition pipelines. The uptick of quality education materials will be a boon to kids.
The void created last August when long-time Stanford Graduate School of Business MBA admissions czar Derrick Bolton left has been filled. The school announced today that Kirsten Moss has been named the new assistant dean and director of MBA admission. Moss is no stranger to Stanford’s admissions office, having served as part of the team ...]