B-School News Roundup

Edward A. Snyder, dean of the Yale School of Management Photograph by Yale School of Management via Bloomberg

In Canada, Room for Improvement in Teaching Sustainability: The MBA Schools That Made the Sustainability Ranking (Globe and Mail)

Specialized Programs Resonate With New Generation of Students: As Interest in Full-Time MBAs Declines, Enrollment in Specialized Master’s Degrees Climbs (Washington Post)

Business Plan Winner Sets Sights on Helping Alleviate Poverty in Country of Birth: Taking Crowdfunding to the Philippines (Financial Times)

The True Value of an MBA in Today’s Economy: Are Business Degrees Recession-Proof? (Forbes)

Upbeat Mood at India’s Top MBA Programs: All Is Well: Slowdown Fails to Impact Hiring at B-Schools (Business News)

Adding Manpower to the Dean’s Office: Snyder Restructures SOM Administration (Yale Daily News)

A New Space for University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Growing Business School: NU Regents Approve New $84 Million Business College Home (Omaha World-Herald)

Moez Limayem Brings Global Perspective to University of South Florida B-School: Five Things to Know About New USF Business Dean (WUSF News)

Crucial Takeaways from Entrepreneurship Classes: The Unexpected Value of Teaching Entrepreneurship (Huffington Post)

For Junior Analysts at Goldman, a Case of Disappearing Perks: A Bump in Path to Wall Street (Wall Street Journal)

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