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MBA News Roundup: Lunch with Dean of HBS, Evolution of the MBA Infographic, Stanford Leads in Green MBAs

Posted in Test Prep on September 28, 2011 by

Welcome to another installment of Knewton’s MBA News Roundup! This week, check out articles on the HBS Dean’s take on changing business education, an illustrated history of the MBA program, and another list of b-school rankings, this time the theme is “greenest.”

1. Dose of Humility with a Harvard MBA

Dean of HBS Nitin Nohria sits down with some Wall Street Journal reporters to discuss his curriculum overhaul and character-building in the context of business school.

2. Evolution of the MBA [Infographic]

Did you know that in 1950 the University of Western Ontario became the first school in Canada to offer an MBA program, almost a full century after the University of Pennsylvania became the first American school to do so in 1881?

3. The Pros and Cons of Going Abroad for your MBA

Considering a business education with a more global slant? Check out these veritable overseas instituations for an MBA with more international zest. Ole!

4. Aspen Institute Releases List of Top Green MBAs

Stanford students deemed the most concerned with both types of green.