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Award-winning professor shares his thoughts on teaching

By Om Chitale   |   4/02/2020
Enthusiasm, listening and drawing students into participating in class are keys to becoming a successful teacher, says Professor Lucas Davis, winner of the Cheit Award for Teaching Excellence in the Berkeley ...

Confidence without attitude: how women lead at Haas

By Brittany Voris   |   3/31/2020
In late 2019, Business Insider reported on Kohl’s joining an “exclusive club” of Fortune 500 companies with females in both the CEO (Michelle Gass) and CFO (Jill Timm) roles. Only General Motors and ...

Physician leader uses MBA skills to transform the patient-provider experience

By Susan Petty   |   3/24/2020
As Chief of Hospital Medicine for Oklahoma City-based INTEGRIS Medical Group, Kate Mansalis, MD, EMBA 18, treats patients, leads physicians, and strengthens patient-provider relationships. She uses the skills ...

MBA admissions process continues remotely during COVID-19 measures

By Haas School of Business   |   3/19/2020
Updated March 24, 2020 - With current health and safety recommendations designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) and to protect the health and well-being of students, faculty, staff, and ...

A focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion and allyship drives this Berkeley MBA

By Jenny Clare   |   3/13/2020
What Nuhamin Woldemariam, MBA 22, remembers best about landing in Chicago from Addis Ababa at age six, and speaking no English, is that the Windy City’s air was so humid she felt she could hardly breathe.

How women can find mentors in the workplace

By Brittany Voris   |   3/11/2020
Most would agree connecting with the right mentor can help propel your career. Studies show women who have a mentor get more promotions, achieve higher pay and report increased happiness at work.

Take 5 with Professor Jennifer Chatman

By Om Chitale   |   3/03/2020
Jennifer Chatman, Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management, is an energetic, passionate teacher, a Haas alumna (PhD 88), and an expert on organizational culture. As co-founder and director of the ...

How Uber's Senior Marketing Insights Manager bridged passions for people and storytelling—and made it a career

By Om Chitale   |   2/27/2020
With an educational background in anthropology and film, Joanna Shujman, MBA 17, had a passion for people and storytelling. After working in human capital consulting for several years, she came back for an MBA ...

Five reasons why MBA grads chose Berkeley Haas

By Brittany Voris   |   2/25/2020
There are many reasons why working professionals choose to pursue an MBA—from career advancement or making a career change to starting their own business to personal fulfillment. “For a long time, people had ...

Employably speaking: the MBA from the eyes of a hiring manager at Amazon Web Services

By Betsy Ream   |   2/20/2020
Whether you see your MBA as a step toward switching careers or moving up a rung or two in the field that already fuels your passion, the job you land after graduation is one tangible measure of the return on ...