In a Washington Post article published on March 16, 2105, Ed Snider Center Director Rajshree Agarwal explores why it’s important for business students to learn about the ethics and principles required to create value, not just focus on issues surrounding how value ought to be distributed.
Every Friday, the Dingman Center ]opens its doors to student entrepreneurs determined to launch and develop their business =platforms during an informal pitch session, Pitch Dingman.
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Paulo Prochno has taken hundreds of MBAs to South America through his Doing Business in Brazil course. With his infectious energy and experience in consulting for well-known Brazilian companies, he is a student favorite and a model for enhancing the academic experience with global opportunities.