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Top #MBA Tweets Spotlight: #ElectionDay

Top #MBA Tweets Spotlight: #ElectionDay

As Americans headed to the polls for the midterm elections this week, the business school community rallied people to vote and also shared research on voting; in this edition of Top #MBA Tweets Spotlight, we round up posts from top programs about Election Day.

Yale SOM looked at how to improve the process of voting:

And a professor there highlighted an encouraging tool:

While Wharton dug into how time could help voter turnout:

UCLA / Anderson spread the civic spirit and shared advice for new voters:

The power of protest was reviewed by Stanford GSB:

Others, including Columbia Business School and MIT / Sloan, also looked into influential factors:

Northwestern / Kellogg and Washington U. / Olin sought to inform voters:

UVA / Darden, UMD Smith and Georgetown / McDonough all encouraged voting:

UT Austin / McCombs added an extra incentive to vote:


Have you seen “re-tweetable” tweets in your feed this week?  E-mail [email protected] with your recommendations of which MBA programs we should spotlight next!

Posted in: MBA Feature, Top Tweets, Twitter Thursdays, Weekly Columns

Schools: Columbia, Georgetown / McDonough, MIT Sloan, Northwestern / Kellogg, Stanford GSB, UCLA Anderson, UMD / Smith, UPenn / Wharton, UT Austin / McCombs, Washington U. / Olin, Yale SOM

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Lauren Wakal

Lauren Wakal has been covering the MBA admissions space for more than a decade, from in-depth business school profiles to weekly breaking news and more.

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