Tag Archives: Harvard

MBA Craig Hosang answers questions about the 2012 Silicon Valley Tech Trek

From Thomson Reuters peHUB, January 12, 2012 An MBA on Becoming Relevant to an Industry “That’s Doing Fine Without You” Connie Lozios ‘Tis the season for MBA students to begin looking for summer internships, and students at the MIT Sloan School of Management are no exception. In fact, just last week they took their annual […]

Prof. Evan Apfelbaum: A blind pursuit of racial colorblindness — Research has implications for how companies manage multicultural teams

My research investigates the science of diversity. Some of the questions I’ve been working on lately explore what strategies people use to appear unprejudiced in social situations, and to what extent these efforts are effective. Ever see the Colbert Report on Comedy Central? One of Stephen Colbert’s recurring jokes is that he is “racially colorblind.” […]