When Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management began developing a strategic plan two years ago, alumni and employers felt confident that MBA graduates excelled in their majors, from marketing to finance.
Vanderbilt faculty and alumni are exploring new innovations to raise health care quality while lowering costs.
Vanderbilt MBA graduates are helping lead Rover on a path of quick growth, but it’s not always easy to keep up.
As the inaugural member of a new corporate partnership program at Owen, Cardinal Health’s relationship with the school has moved beyond year-to-year hiring.
Kim Newton, MBA’96, took a very different path than most MBA graduates when she joined the world’s largest greeting card company.
Two alumnae establish new scholarships to help strengthen diversity at Owen.
For the past eight years, Owen has celebrated its Alumni Weekend in April. Last October, Owen rejoined the rest of Vanderbilt in celebrating Reunion in the fall.
Ray Sumner, MBA’10, woke up in a bed with white sheets. He recognized his mother, who was holding his right hand. She had traveled from their family farm on Staten Island to keep vigil at his bedside in Bethesda Naval Hospital.
Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman, MBA’93, Charts the Future of Finance
Jessica Kennedy busts the myth that women are bad negotiators
Norton is a Nashville native and graduate of the Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management, and served in the U.S. Marine Corp. for a decade, commanding Marine infantry platoons overseas and overseeing the operations of 37 Marine recruiting facilities. Norton will report to C. Wright Pinson, MBA, M.D., Deputy CEO and Chief Health System […]
Left to right: Jeffrey Stephens, Mourya Ravuri, Chemitra Clay, Krystal Foxworth. A team of MBA students from Vanderbilt University won second place at the annual National Business Case Competition, sponsored by ExxonMobil and the Executive Leadership Council (ELC), in Houston, Texas, on April 7 and 8. The team from the Owen Graduate School of Management […]
On top of classes, course work and studying, Owen students make time to organize and attend the school’s Distinguished Speaker Series, Health Care Conference and other valuable presentations from business leaders.
A Vanderbilt expert offers practical advice for school and the workplace.
Other students benefit from the Consulting Club’s knowledge and activity.