Haas Climbs to #5 Worldwide for Latin Americans
Berkeley-Haas jumped to #5 in an AméricaEconomía ranking of the best full-time MBA programs in the world for Latin Americans and #3 among U.S. schools, trailing only Harvard and Stanford.
Master of Financial Engineering Program Makes Top 10 List
The Berkeley Master of Financial Engineering Program was named among the nation's top 10 quantitative finance programs for a second time by Advanced Trading magazine.
UC Institute at Haas for Students from Historically Black Colleges Attracts Praise
A new UC program for students from historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) that debuted at Haas last month received resounding praise recently from UC President Mark Yudof and California Assemblyman Anthony Portantino of Pasadena.
Visiting the Wine Country this summer? Take along a Haas guide!
Tap into discounts at Napa and Sonoma wineries affiliated with Haas alumni by bringing along this one-page map (pdf) of our Haas in the Wine Country guide, published in the spring issue of Berkeley-Haas magazine.
Malmendier Honored as Rising Star in Finance
Associate Professor Ulrike Malmendier received a Rising Star in Finance Award from Fordham University's Graduate School of Business Administration to recognize her participation in the school's 2012 Rising Stars Conference.
More Job Postings, Breadth of Hiring Firms Reflect Continued Demand for Haas Grads
Salaries are on the rise for Berkeley MBA grads, job postings are up for Haas undergrads, and PhD graduates are fanning out to positions around the world as the employment landscape shows signs of improvement in some areas this year.
Undergrad Kylan Nieh to Carry Olympic Torch in London
Kylan Nieh, BS 14, had spent countless hours training to be an Olympic gymnast when an injury sidelined him before high school. Now, in recognition of his accomplishments outside of the gymnasium, Nieh was selected by Olympic sponsor Coca-Cola to participate in the London games in July as an official Olympic torch bearer.
Prof. Robert Helsley Appointed Dean of UBC Sauder
Haas School Prof. Robert Helsley will be dean of the University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business. Helsley joined Haas in 2008 and served as chair in Real Estate Development, Haas Real Estate group, and co-chair of the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics.
Read the Latest Issue of Berkeley-Haas Magazine on the iPad
Somehow missed the newly redesigned Berkeley-Haas alumni magazine? Now you can download the iPad edition to read about Haas alumni in the food industry. Search for Berkeley-Haas in the App Store.
Berkeley Angel Network Seeds Entrepreneurs
Every year, the UC Berkeley community launches dozens of companies--many helped off the ground by angel investors. Now Cal alumni investors have a new forum to connect with these budding UC Berkeley entrepreneurs and each other.
Nonprofit Honors Haas for MBA Volunteer Work
The Alameda Point Collaborative named Berkeley-Haas its 2012 Educational Partner of the Year last month in recognition of the thousands of volunteer hours MBA students dedicate to the nonprofit each year.
Haaski Raises More than $75,000
Nearly 100 golfers and guests hit the green at the Orinda Country Club May 14 for the 10th annual Haaski Golf Open and Auction, raising more than $75,000 for the Haas Fund.
In Memoriam: Prof. John Quigley - Leading Scholar
John M. Quigley, a leading scholar of housing markets, local public finance, energy efficient buildings, homelessness, and racial discrimination in housing, passed away last month. He was 70.
Prof. Emeritus Louis "Pete" Bucklin Passes Away
Professor Emeritus Louis "Pete" Bucklin, passed away on Saturday. He was 83.