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Top 50 Best Business Schools for an MBA 2015
This ranking of the top 50 MBA programs lists the Tepper School 17th.
CMU/Tepper 2015-2016 Essay Topics
This article describes the topics for essays that are part of the Tepper MBA application process.
U.S. News Rankings: What Are Deans Really Assessing?
This article assesses U.S. News and World Report’s business school rankings and mentions the Tepper School.
Hybrid Format Solves Online’s Student Engagement Challenges
This Q&A features Bob Monroe, associate teaching professor of business technologies; director of the Part-Time Online Hybrid MBA Program.
Why Millennials Should Pay Attention to Monetary Policy
This article mentions Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
CMU to present Tepper Quad to Planning Commission Tuesday
This article discusses plans for the Tepper Quad project and, in that context, mentions a $67 million donation from David Tepper, MSIA '82, that made the project possible.
ECB Sparks Fight for Bagehot’s Legacy as Greek Crisis Tests Role
This article quotes Marvin Goodfriend, The Friends of Allan H. Meltzer Professor of Economics.
Trading Suspension Highlights New York Stock Exchange's Shrinking Influence
This radio broadcast features an interview with Chester Spatt, Pamela R. and Kenneth B. Dunn Professor of Finance.
Where The Class Of 2014 Went To Work
This article, which summarizes job placement for the Class of 2014, highlights the success of Tepper School graduates in the tech sector and compares our placement across several other fields.
Could another polar vortex lead to energy shortages?
This article quotes Jay Apt, professor of technology; affiliated professor, Department of Engineering and Public Policy; director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center.
IEEE And The Tepper School Examine Their Role In Robotics, Standards And Industry Applications
This posting details a new marketing course that addresses robotics and technology transfer in the marketplace. It quotes John Mather, executive director of Masters Programs; teaching professor of marketing.
This story features Moneythink, a program designed to help high school students better understand personal finance. Kathleen Conway, assistant director of undergraduate economics, is the adviser of the Moneythink CMU chapter.
Scientists Say We're All A Little Bit Face-ist
This article features research authored by Christopher Olivola, associate professor of marketing, related to why people judge competency based on facial features.
WIRED Awake: 8 must-read articles for 24 October
This roundtop of interesting news items includes an article featuring Christopher Olivola, associate professor of marketing, featuring his research about why people judge competency based on facial features.
CMU Names 15 Teams to Work on I-Corps Site
This article announces the teams selected for the CMU I-Corps Site, backed by the Carnegie Mellon Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Business dining: It's not about the food
This article covers the program “Etiquette Dinner: Manners for Formal Dining” that was held for freshman undergraduate business students. It quotes Milton Cofield, executive director of the B.S. in Business Administration Program; teaching professor of business management, as well as Laurie Weingart, Carnegie Bosch Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory; senior associate dean of education and students Emily Hirao, Habiba Shalaby and Shota Furahata.
Warning over 'face-ism' judgments
This article details research by Christopher Olivola, assistant professor of marketing, about how people judge competency based on facial features.
Pittsburgh Attracting More College Graduates
This video features an interview with Dave Mawhinney, co-director of the Carnegie Mellon University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; associate teaching professor of entrepreneurship, and reports a rise in the number of young professionals who choose to live in the region after graduating from college.
Face Time Key To Hybrid MBA Battle
This article about online hybrid programs details the success of the Tepper School's FlexMBA program, stating that "Tepper has the hybrid formula right."
CMU Research Shows Highly Competitive Elections Create Extremely Polarizing Politics
This press release features the research of Rosalind Chow, associate professor of organizational behavior and theory, PhD candidate Jin Wook Chang, and Nazli Turan, PhD '14.
Did your MBA program make the Top 50 in the nation?
This article, which discusses the top 50 MBA programs as selected by the website College Choice, highlights the Tepper School's 18th-place ranking and mentions David Tepper, MSIA '82.
The White House’s early experiment in crowd sourcing
This article quotes Allan Meltzer, The Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy, who commented on President Gerald Ford's anti-inflation campaign in the 1970s.
Being 23: The meteoric rise of Millennials a powerful force
This article quotes Peter Boatwright, Carnegie Bosch Professor of Marketing; co-director, Integrated Innovation Institute.
Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners selected to design Tepper Quadrangle
This article quotes Dean Robert Dammon talking about plans for the Tepper Quadrangle.
Treasury 30-Year Bond Yield Rises Most in a Year on ECB
This article focuses on David Tepper’s prediction that the bond-market rally is over.
Top Economist Warns of the Welfare State, the Biggest Threat to Prosperity
This article features Allan Meltzer, the Allan H. Meltzer University Professor of Political Economy.
Carnegie Mellon Qatar Welcomes Incoming Class of 2018
This article, which covers the start of the academic year at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, mentions Ilker Baybars, Deputy Dean Emeritus; George Leland Bach Chair; professor of operations management; Dean and CEO, Carnegie Mellon Qatar.