Twitter Thursdays: News from MBA Programs
Welcome to March’s maiden take of Twitter Thursdays, a weekly column in which we highlight the updates of the top MBA programs on Twitter! If you’re not following Clear Admit already, be sure to check us out on Twitter for updates, special prizes, admissions tips and breaking news. We’ve also created a list of MBA programs to ease your daily access to breaking news from the top MBA programs, as reported by admissions committee members themselves.
Following a few late nights of reading applications, Jon Fuller, the Senior Associate Director of Admissions at the Ross School of Business, headed to St. Louis for a Consortium meeting. You can find Rich Lyons, the Dean of the Haas School of Business, in New York City and Shanghai in the coming weeks, hosting a few Haas conferences. The Assistant Dean of UCLA Anderson MBA Admissions & Financial Aid, Mae Jennifer Shores, is still rolling out Round 2 invitation interviews. In addition to announcing several information sessions, MBA Admissions Coordinator at Judge Business School, James Barker, reminded his faithful followers of the upcoming alumni-led event in Tel Aviv this month.
Chicago Booth made access to their esteemed faculty virtual with a YouTube channel, Booth Thinking. Back in Boston, MIT / Sloan is gearing up for their Women in Business Conference. The Tuck School of Business has been busy building their community with weekly events such as Monday Morning Tuck Coffee and Yoga for Tuckies. In addition to contemplating the viability of business in Brazil, The Johnson School also shared some of its professors’ latest research. Stanford GSB also chimed in on Twitter with some faculty research on topics ranging from greenhouse gas regulations to the power of innovation in the Silicon Valley.
That concludes Twitter Thursdays this week! If you’re on Twitter, let us know; e-mail [email protected] with your user name and status as an MBA applicant, student or admissions officer so we can add you to the appropriate Twitter list. Happy “tweeting” and we’ll see you next week with some more Twitter updates!