A total of 737 students participated in our most recent Global Network Week hosted by 17 schools. Students traveled to other business schools to study topics that included sustainable tourism, strategic innovation, emerging market issues, managing across cultures, financial investments, the behavioral science of management, innovation, and globalization.
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Students participated in a 30-minute webinar to discuss their experiences during Global Network Week in October.
In October, 571 students from 15 Global Network schools traveled for Global Network Week to member schools for modules covering consumer market strategies, entrepreneurship, and other business topics. Schools and students captured their experiences on social media using the #GNW2018 hashtag. A sampling of their journeys is featured below.
Fudan University’s School of Management hosted a Panel of Peers discussion during Global Network Week in June.
Students at the Haas School of Business traveled to Ireland, the Philippines and other Global Network locations to increase their knowledge of different sectors and regions during Global Network Week in June.
Business management students traveled abroad for MIM Global Network Weeks in seven different countries.
Panel of Peers, a forum where Yale EMBA students share their experiences, is expanding to Global Network Week.
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On 19 September, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake ripped through Mexico City, devastating the area. Tragically, among the casualties are a number of students from Tecnológico de Monterrey, the home university of EGADE Business School. The Global Network is about more than just academic collaboration. We are a community that supports one another. In this moment of crisis for our friends in Mexico, we have the opportunity to stand together and to help on a larger scale than any one of us alone. Global Network members express our affection for our friends at EGADE and at the Tecnológico de Monterrey and stand in solidarity with them. If you wish to help, please make a donation directly to the Mexican Red Cross, through the Cruz Roja Mexicana Amazon wishlist, or through another charity helping those in the area.