India-West featured an op-ed by SEBA Associate Professor Jyoti Bachani about the fatal gang-rape of a young woman on a Delhi bus in December 2012. Bachani, who recently completed a Fulbright in India, grew up in Delhi and writes about the contradictory perceptions of women in India and the country's long history of sexual harassment against women. Read the op-ed.
KGO news radio interviewed Saint Mary’s College management professor Michael Hadani about what he calls the "arms race" of political fundraising in the 2012 presidential race. In the contest for the Oval Office Republican Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have raised nearly $2 billion in campaign funds. Hadani, an associate professor in Saint Mary's School of Economics & Business Administration, looks at the impact of corporate money on elections and the resulting policies of politicians who take those dollars.
On May 24th, the new Graduate Business NetImpact Chapter organized a professional development event titled "Leadership, Ethics and Entrepreneurship: Strategic Mindset for the 21st Century". The event featured Lauren Speeth, CEO of Elfenworks.
The Lamorinda Patch, AOL's hyperlocal news site for the Lafayette, Moraga and Orinda communities, reported on SEBA's first annual "Business Idea Competition." Current students and alumni of the Graduate Business program in the School of Economics and Business Administration pitched their ideas for new start-up businesses before a panel of Keiretsu Forum investors —the world's largest angel investment network.
On Wednesday May 2nd, Saint Mary’s College of California School of Economics and Business Administration hosted its Executive Speaker Series to a packed room of students, alumni, and friends in Santa Clara.
SEBA Professor Barry Eckhouse, the School’s Director of Technology and Online Programs, organized and chaired the much-anticipated EMBA Tech conference – a forum originated by Barry in 2010 to provide an opportunity for leaders in the Executive MBA industry to discuss the rapid c