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Twitter Thursdays: News from MBA Programs

Welcome to another installment of Twitter Thursdays, in which we highlight some of the latest “tweets” from the top MBA programs on Twitter.  If you want to stay on top of our updates, special prizes, admissions tips and breaking news, be sure to check Clear Admit out on Twitter.  We’ve also created several lists related to MBA admissions to ease your daily access to breaking news from the top MBA programs.

After a successful reunion dinner, Rich Lyons, the Dean of the Haas School of Business, marked a record of giving back to the school.   Amidst his heavy reading, the Dean of the Darden School of Business, Bob Bruner, shared a post on how cognitive biases categorize school rankings.  Conrad Chua, the Head of Marketing and Admissions at Cambridge / Judge, marked the commencement for the Class of 2014.  The Dean of the Kellogg School of Management, Sally Blount, snapped a bird’s eye view of groundwork for a new campus building.

To support women in business, Chicago Booth alumnae will be meeting with prospective MBA applicants throughout the U.S. during Women’s Week.  INSEAD shared a slew of research on topics ranging from big data to social media.  With classes wrapped up, Duke / Fuqua turned their Twitter feed to the benefits of their Career Management Center.  Columbia Business School welcomed new members to the Hermes Society, an organization of student ambassadors for the program.

Thanks for tuning into 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 updates!

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