Fowler Center signs research contract with the Goi Peace Foundation in Japan
Michael Goldberg featured in Entrepreneur.com's key steps to boosting business growth
Entrepreneur.com interviews Michael Goldberg on the making of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
ESA Student Interships Available in Office of Chief Economist
Posted 4.25.14ESA Student Internships Available The Office of the Chief Economist in ESA has Student Trainee Economist internships available for currently enrolled students. Interns at ESA gain valuable work experience and training as they assist professional economists and senior-level officials in the performance of their assignments. To apply for an ESA internship, visit USAJobs.gov at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/367975700.
Weatherhead Undergraduate program returns to the Top 50 of Bloomberg's Businessweek ranking
Nominations for the Alumni Advisory Council - Class of 2017 are open through May 16
Posted 4.10.14The Alumni Advisory Council is seeking outstanding alumni leaders to represent the interest of our diverse alumni population. The Council is comprised of dynamic leaders who are ambassadors for Weatherhead, reside in various domestic and international locations and represent Weatherhead’s diverse degree programs. The Council collaborates with the External Relations office to enhance alumni engagement, generate resources for the school and support current students. Members of the Alumni Advisory Council commit to serving a three year term starting July 2014 – June 2017. Our open nomination period for new members of the Class of 2017 runs through May 16. After that time, a nominations committee will be reviewing all of the nominations submitted. I have included the link below which provides more information on the council and a link to the application. Click here for more information about the Alumni Advisory Council. Apply now to join the Alumni Advisory Council
Mentos and Diet Coke: Kalle Lyytinen and Michael Fisher discuss benefits of consumer misuse
Scott Shane's research looks to explain why entrepreneurs are "wired differently"