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  1. New science, medical MBAs at GRU - The James M. Hull College of Business at GRU will start its first MD/MBA classes this fall with about eight students, said Dean Marc Miller. Beginning in October, the college will also start recruiting for its first MBA program for students with a degree in science, technology engineering or mathematics - also known as STEM degrees.
  2. Beacon’s Dr. Norman Sohn Certified as Retirement Planning Expert - Beacon Wealth Management LLC Managing Director Norman Sohn, MD, FACS, FASCRS, MBA, has been awarded the Chartered Retirement Planning CounselorTM (CRPC®) credential by the College for Financial Planning. The College, founded in 1972, is the primary professional educational service provider to the financial planning professional community. (PRWeb July 30, 2014) Read the full story at http://www ...
  3. CORRECTING and REPLACING David G. Mgrublian Begins Term as Chair of Claremont McKenna College Board of Trustees - Fourth paragraph, first sentence of release should read: He is chief executive officer of Los Angeles-based IDS Real Estate Group, a national commercial real estate firm. (Instead
  4. Cornell Tech Administrator Named First Female President of Paul Smith’s College - By TYLER ALICEA Vice President of Cornell Tech Cathy Dove MBA ’84 has been named the first female president of Paul Smith’s College in the Adirondacks, the University announced Monday. She will leave Cornell to begin her new position Sept. 1. As one of the administrators responsible for leading the University’s […]
  5. UA and Culverhouse College of Commerce Host Shark Tank Type Event for Budding Entrepreneurs - Got a business idea? Pitch your business plan to a panel of experts in a 54-hour event to find out if you have what it takes to become an entrepreneur. UA's Culverhouse College of Commerce STEM Path to the MBA Program is hosting a hands-on entrepreneurship workshop, Startup Weekend, to help jumpstart business ideas.
  6. Overcome 3 MBA Application Challenges Facing Military Veterans - When it comes to some of the key qualities elite business school admissions officers are looking for in MBA applicants -- demonstrated leadership and management skills, an ability to motivate and work well in a team and international and cultural awareness -- military veterans typically display them in spades. Coming from the armed forces rather than a civilian career path prior to business ...
  7. College Savings Advice for Students Planning to Work - Marisa Polonsky earns $1,500 for 150 hours per year through her work-study program in the financial aid office at the University of Oregon. At the same time, her parents are able to save part of her 529 plan, a tax-advantaged college investment account, for graduate school. Students planning to work during college need to consider two factors: whether their income will affect financial aid and ...
  8. David G. Mgrublian Begins Term as Chair of Claremont McKenna College Board of Trustees - CLAREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--David G. Mgrublian ’82 P’11 has assumed the role as chair of the Board of Trustees of Claremont McKenna College (CMC), one of the nation’s top 10 liberal arts colleges. His term began July 1. He succeeds Harry T. McMahon ’75 P’08 P’09, who led the Board for eight years. Mgrublian, a 1982 Claremont McKenna graduate with a double major in economics and political ...
  9. DTE inquiry into HR College's Rutgers MBA course - The Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra has initiated an inquiry against HR College, Churchgate for allegedly launching an international MBA course in collaboration with Rutgers Business School, Newark without the mandatory approvals.
  10. This school ups Harvard in new ranking - There is a good chance you've never heard of one list's No. 1 college in America. The NYT reports.