First-Year Hot Takes

The First-Year Hot Takes event will have the first-years involved with the NACC community stand up in front of each other and present ANYTHING they are passionate about! Nobody will plan anything in advance, giving the audience a true insight into their natural trains of thought and hopefully grow closer as a result. Subjects may include (but are not limited to): conspiracy theories about TV shows, survival tips for someone’s hometown, arguments for why we should adopt one’s unusual habits, etc. We hope to see you there!

Leaders Forum Lunch: Jim Snabe, Chairman of the Board, Mærsk and Siemans

Please save the date for our first Yale SOM Leaders Forum talk of the semester. We will be welcoming Jim Snabe, Chairman of the Board, Mærsk and Siemens, and member of the Board of Trustees at World Economic Forum. The talk is entitled “Dreams and Details - Reinvent your Business and your Leadership from a Position of Strength.” Our speaker will present for 40 minutes, and there will be time for Q & A. The talk will be moderated by Jeffrey A. Sonnenfeld, Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Studies & Lester Crown Professor in the Practice of Management at Yale.

50WomenatYale150: T H E P I O N E E R S: Celebrating Women Leaders of Yale SOM

As part of the 50WomenatYale150 celebration, which marks the 50th anniversary of the matriculation of women in Yale College and the 150th anniversary of the first women students at the university who came to study at the School of Art when it opened in 1869, the Yale School of Management invites you to join us on November 18 for a special panel comprised of trailblazing Yale SOM alumnae.
Panelists will include
Linda Mason ’80, Chairman and co-Founder of Bright Horizons
]ane Mendillo ’84, former President and CEO, Harvard Management Company

Exhibit: 1950s Photography of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing

The nine historic photographs of the iconic Great Hall of the People in this exhibit are chosen from an extensive archive of over 10,000 photographs collected by the Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (Group) Co., Ltd. (BIAD). These photographs, on display for the first time outside of China, provide a visual documentation of the construction process of the Great Hall of the People from 1958 to 1959.

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