Vanderbilt Business Magazine | Summer 2017

From the Dean

Featured Stories

Owen’s origins

The idea of establishing a business school at Vanderbilt was first broached in the late 1800s. Decades later, a dauntless group of university trustees took up the mantle to get the school approved. Owen’s story includes a Carnegie report, a cocktail-party caucus and decades of dogged dedication. *This is the first in a series of […]

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Many Opportunities to Lead

Students take charge in Owen’s current 40+ student-run groups and associations. When you have fewer than 600 students, everyone is expected to lead.

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