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Meet Henry Chou, Amgen Biotech Experience Alumni

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Henry Chou | South San Francisco, California

  • Amgen Biotech Experience Year: 1992
  • Current Profession/Academic Ambitions: Business Analyst in Global Commercial Operations Information Systems, Amgen, Inc.
"Science is not about text books, it’s not about testing. It’s something in everyday life."

How the Amgen Biotech Experience (ABE) Shaped My Educational & Professional Path

Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Enlisting Future Business Leaders in Fight Against Anti-Corruption

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Find out how UN Global Compact sister-initiative Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) is helping to foster a culture of transparency and fair competition by educating and supporting future business leaders in the fight against corruption.

 

Columbia University Takes the Top Award at National MBA Case Competition Sponsored by Deloitte and the Deloitte Foundation

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NEW YORK, January 24, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Deloitte and the Deloitte Foundation announced that a team from Columbia University won the fourth annual National Case Competition held at Deloitte University’s landmark campus for learning and leadership development near Dallas, Texas. The school’s winning team of Sara Brown, Jane Hendrick, Joseph Saia and Will Zvara earned the top scholarship award of $20,000.

Net Impact Lays the Foundation for Collaborative and Constructive Global Transformation Through Business

Our World Needs Renaissance Over Revolution
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By Jailan Adly

As an Egyptian-American, my friends and family were surprised when I did not enthusiastically celebrate the revolution in Egypt three years ago. My answer was (and still is) simple: I prefer renaissance over revolution.

Taproot and Quarterback Announce new Collaboration

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CHICAGO, IL - Quarterback announces a new collaboration with Taproot Foundation that will empower the future leaders of the global economy to provide pro bono support to leading nonprofits across the country.

In celebration with global Pro Bono Week 2013, the two organizations have formalized a partnership that creates a pathway for the alumni of Quarterback’s innovative MBA-focused social impact program to pursue pro bono service through Taproot Foundation’s national network of over 10,000 pro bono consultants.

Chrysler Group Expands Commitment to National Society of Hispanic MBAs

More than $100,000 Donated to Support Future Hispanic Business Leaders
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  • Chrysler Group sponsors National Society of Hispanic MBAs' 24th Annual Conference and Career Expo
  • The Chrysler Foundation donates $75,000 to support scholarship program
  • Ram Truck brand donates $35,000 vehicle purchase certificate to support NSHMBA's mission
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  • Chrysler Group sponsors National Society of Hispanic MBAs' 24th Annual Conference and Career Expo
  • The Chrysler Foundation donates $75,000 to support scholarship program
  • Ram Truck brand donates $35,000 vehicle purchase certificate to support NSHMBA's mission

MBA Graduates Choose Social Enterprise in Emerging Markets Over Traditional Corporate Jobs

Are You Ready for the Next Adventure?
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Tourism development in Sri Lanka, social enterprise expansion in India, local supplier improvement in Mozambique—just three of the unique assignments that the most recent cohort of MBAs Without Borders (MWB) Advisors set out to begin this August.

The Conscience of Business

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BNY Mellon provided $1 million to Pitt Business in 2011 to support CSR initiatives over a 10-year period. In addition to student fellowships, BNY Mellon's funding supports the research of faculty fellows on three research projects with a CSR perspective. The funds also support additional faculty research and have been used by the Berg Center to host the Great Case® Business Ethics Competition. The annual case competition, a spin on the TV show The Amazing Race, is open to graduate students in law, public policy, and business.

This article, which originally appeared in PittBusiness, graduate students talk about CSR recommendations that will impact the business operations and effectiveness of several Pittsburgh-based organizations. Reprinted with permission courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh's Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration.

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BNY Mellon provided $1 million to Pitt Business in 2011 to support CSR initiatives over a 10-year period. In addition to student fellowships, BNY Mellon's funding supports the research of faculty fellows on three research projects with a CSR perspective. The funds also support additional faculty research and have been used by the Berg Center to host the Great Case® Business Ethics Competition. The annual case competition, a spin on the TV show The Amazing Race, is open to graduate students in law, public policy, and business.

This article, which originally appeared in PittBusiness, graduate students talk about CSR recommendations that will impact the business operations and effectiveness of several Pittsburgh-based organizations. Reprinted with permission courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh's Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration.

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