Posted 11.30.16In just over a year, we've published 250+ new business innovation stories that are solving one or more of the UN's SDGs—all written by business students around the world, including the Weatherhead School of Management. We’re working with 99 professors worldwide and have 1,500+ community members in 56 countries. By December 31, we expect to have over 450 stories! (Check out the 17 stories featured recently in CWRU’s think alumni magazine.)
Posted 11.21.16Professor of Accountancy Karen Braun, PhD, will be honored with the American Accounting Association's 2016 Innovation in Teaching Award.
Posted 11.17.16"We believe design and sustainability are so critical to the health and future of business that we've made both their own required courses in the first year of the MBA program," said Dean Widing.
Posted 11.16.16Weatherhead students, along with Professor of Banking and Finance Scott Fine, attended the Undergraduate Wall Street Trek, a unique networking opportunity in NYC led and paid for entirely by CWRU alumni.
Posted 11.15.16The Career Management Office sits down with Adam Belcher, Anthony Manna and Andrew Qu, the three second-year MBA students who started Weatherhead's student club for public speaking.
Posted 11.8.16After hitting his goal in just one week, Brian Tighe looks forward to increasing his inventory and turnaround time on his innovative magnetic bottle opener.
Posted 11.7.16Longtime and beloved Weatherhead professor dies at the age of 78. The Case Western Reserve community remembers the Gorilla's 45 years of service. Those who would like to add a note or memory about Richard Osborne are invited to share more on a memorial site.
Posted 11.5.16Matt Previts, MBA '02, Brent Pietrafese, JD/MBA '03, and current part-time MBA student Lyvian Loh are featured on this year's Forty Under 40 list by Crain's.
Posted 11.5.16Matt Previts, MBA '02, is featured on the 2016 Crain's Forty Under 40 list.
Posted 11.4.16From sports and food to biomedical and music, Cleveland is being recognized as a stand-out city by Forbes and in a new video by Downtown Cleveland Alliance. Check out why 2016 is a "fairy dust year" for this gritty city.
Posted 11.4.16The Weatherhead School of Management seeks to fill a full-time, non-tenured faculty position to begin in July 2017 with primary teaching responsibility in the Doctor of Management program and secondarily in one of the school's six departments.
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