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Calling Haas(Berkeley) Applicants(2015 Intake) Class of 2017

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Hello guys, do any of you received an interview invite for round 3?

Not yet. No hope left either.
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Have you heard about some invites?
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One of the "Best 40 Under 40"—Meet this Evening & Weekend MBA Prof.  [#permalink]

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FROM Haas Admissions Blog: One of the "Best 40 Under 40"—Meet this Evening & Weekend MBA Prof.
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Poets & Quants has compiled its 2015 list of "The World's Best 40 Under 40 Business School Professors," with the Berkeley-Haas Evening & Weekend MBA Program's Panos Patatoukas making the cut.

Panos teaches Financial Information Analysis (FIA) & Valuation in that part-time MBA program and told P&Q he feels "especially connected" to his most recent roster of Haas students.

The feeling is mutual. 

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"He turns complex theories into easily digestible concepts. He fills the classroom with laughter, yet he is serious in his delivery of key takeaways," student Cecelia Mui told Poets & Quants.

The b-school news site said professors were chosen using student feedback, awards and honors, quantity and reach of research, public speaking, and educational qualifications. "They are all supremely well educated, highly talented researchers, exceptional teachers, and, perhaps most important of all, they inspire students and their students inspire them," the article said.

The Poets & Quants profile of Panos noted his five degrees, pride in his Greek heritage, fondness for hip hop, and cooking skills.

His research focuses on the relationship between aggregate accounting data and the macro economy, financial statement analysis for measuring and forecasting economic activity, financial statement analysis and valuation, and cross-industry economic ties and supply chain management.

Now that you've heard what students have to say about Panos' class, get more perspective on the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program from our student profiles.  

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Fun and Fashion Sense: Part-Time MBA Students Suit Up for Success  [#permalink]

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FROM Haas Admissions Blog: Fun and Fashion Sense: Part-Time MBA Students Suit Up for Success
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In the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program, Career Services supports students with personalized advising, networking opportunities, and tools for job search success. 

Part-time MBA student leadership saw an additional opportunity: sharing guidance on suiting up for interviews and networking events, while engaging in a little fun and networking in the process.

This led to a dress-for-success event that brought 50 students together for a Banana Republic fashion show—with student models rocking the runway and the clothier's stylists sharing tips.

"We wanted to make people aware that dressing for success is as important as having a great resume," says event organizer EWMBA Association Co-Career VP Richa Gujarati.

"Fashion is a critical component of the brand we present," agrees Gujarati's co-VP Susan Hsieh. "Whether one chooses to go business casual, hipster, or black-tie formal, it’s important to pay special attention to how clothes make the man and woman."

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 Didn't expect to find fashion shows as part of your MBA experience? Take a peek at what else you'll find as part of this dynamic community.

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B-Schools Showcase Green Business Practices  [#permalink]

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Today’s global economy has two faces: one of exponential growth in developing countries, and the flip side—a voracious ravaging of resources by developed nations. While some business leaders continue to march in step to the “more is better” mantra, others are realizing that business as usual is not sustainable for our planet.

Earth Day may be commemorated officially on only one day of the year, but business schools around the country are using the occasion to show their dedication to tackling issues of climate change and sustainability that are at the core of doing green business.

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Here’s what’s going on this week at some of the top MBA programs:
Business Takes the Lead: How Innovation Will Drive Our Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change 2015 Conference, Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School

Fight Less, Collaborate More: How to Solve the World’s Greatest Environmental Challenges, Thursday April 23, 2015, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business


UCLA Anderson School of Management is on day two of its annual Social Innovation Week, which runs April 20-23, 2015. Panelists and speakers will discuss social entrepreneurship, social impact in media and entertainment, corporate social impact and one-for-one models.

UC Berkeley Haas School of Business announced yesterday that the team from the full-time MBA program took first place in the Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge, at Morgan Stanley’s London Headquarters on April 17. The winning team’s investment thesis was about drought mitigation innovation.

University of Michigan Ross School of Business announced today that influential Indian business leader, GV Sanjay Reddy, Vice Chairman GVK, will be the keynote speaker for Commencement on May 1st, 2015. At the event, he will share his views on the power of positive business, and how it creates a social impact on society.

And finally, Columbia Business School deserves a ‘shout out’ for its great article on the business case for going green.

This is just a sampling of the activities currently taking place on business school campuses, where sustainability and good stewardship are more than just buzz words—they are the very key to long-term economic growth and a better planet for future generations.

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7 Things: The Berkeley Full-Time MBA Class of 2015  [#permalink]

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FROM Haas Admissions Blog: 7 Things: The Berkeley Full-Time MBA Class of 2015
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They arrived from all over the globe; they leave bonded for life as Berkeley MBAs. Along the way they organized top industry conferences, trekked to Cuba and Colombia, gave visibility to new social ventures, worked to advance gender balance, and balanced new babies with MBA studies.

They are the 2015 graduates of the full-time Berkeley MBA Program, and here are 7 things to know about them—and a look at life at Berkeley-Haas.

They:

1. Hail from 40 countries (and speak 34 languages). 

2. Are service-oriented, with 11 U.S. Berkeley-Haas veterans in the full-time program, and 43 across all three of our MBA programs.

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3. Are genius multi-taskers: 8 babies born during their studies.

4. Are committed to gender balance, having helped recruit the class that follows with its 43% women.

5. Win competitions with confidence and no attitude. 12 times. 

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6. Cultivate curiosityand crave adventure, climbing glaciers and out-paddling hippos on semester breaks.

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7. Serve as a U.N. for social ventures as organizers of the largest student-run competition supporting social enterprises.

From International Business Acumen to Questioning the Status Quo and from a smart vibrator startup to (literally) swimming with sharks, it's been quite a ride. Get the full story—and the numbers behind it on our Haas Achieves site, celebrating two years in the life of the Berkeley-Haas Full-time MBA Program.

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What did you decide? I split the admit weekends half/half - fell in love with Haas.


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I see quite a few Booth and Haas (and Anderson) accepted here - how are you all choosing which admit weekend to attend?? All three the same time. I am very torn.


Yeah........... no idea. Might try for Thur/Fri at one, then Sat at another. (Even though Saturdays are generally the more "fluffy" stuff like seeing housing and doing trips). Either way I intend to visit both campuses and meet with as many people as possible because I'm genuinely on the fence between Booth and Haas.
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Same concerns about having fun and pre-empting the decision. In the end I've decided to go to a Booth Campus Visit next week - see a class, meet students, get an intro chat from admissions, tour the campus - and then plan to attend the full Days at Haas program. My rationale was twofold: one, if the Booth visit isn't "enough", I still have time to change plans and attend the First Day (or plan a second trip); and two, I am much less familiar with the Bay Area than I am with Chicago, so felt I needed it "explained" to me a bit more.

As for Pros/Cons... I could write a novel. I think the main appeal for Booth is the hardworking and academic reputation, coupled with a city that I already love. But Berkeley's progressive emphasis on culture and humility really speaks to why I wanted to attend B-School in the first place - I liked their welcome video framing the question of leadership in terms of solving problems like clean water and renewable energy. You don't see that stuff put front and center at a lot of Business Schools. How about you?[/quote]
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Part-Time MBA ROI: Fostering Cleantech through Structured Finance  [#permalink]

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FROM Haas Admissions Blog: Part-Time MBA ROI: Fostering Cleantech through Structured Finance
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Matt Heling came to Haas to shift his career within cleantech and gain immediate and measurable ROI in the process.

Mission accomplished. 

On the eve of graduating from the Berkeley-Haas Evening & Weekend MBA Program, he has landed a new position with SunEdison developing and driving the financial products that enable homeowners to "go solar." 

Here's how he did it:

Aim for a Finance-Oriented Career in Cleantech
Heling crafted his career plan around an early interest in clean energy. In six years, at Pacific Gas & Electric, he worked first in power generation technology, then shifted to utility policy and strategy related to “behind the meter” generation, such as rooftop solar, and moved onto the economics of utility-scale generation.

This culminated in his recent move from PG&E to SunEdison, where he is a senior manager in structured finance.

“Part of SunEdison’s business plan requires providing financing in the growing residential solar market,” he explains. “I’m working on the back end to create financial models, facilitate financial partnerships, and attract the investors needed to enable homeowners to shift toward clean energy.”

Structure Coursework, and Leverage Career Management Services
Achieving his career goal depended on structuring his courses. Once core courses were behind him, Heling dedicated the remainder of his part-time MBA studies to electives that deepened his proficiency in technical fields such as economics, finance, and energy. Classes like Energy Infrastructure & Project Finance, Financial Statement Modeling for Finance Careers, and Energy & Environmental Markets gave him the knowledge and credibility he would need to make a career move.

In his third year, Heling polished his leadership skills in classes like Power & Politics and Global Leadership. “I couldn’t have planned the timing of those classes better,” he says. “They are preparing me well to navigate in a new company.”

Outside of the classroom, Lara Klein, of the Career Management Group, offered counsel “in the form of questions that really made me think things through and come to my own conclusions,” Heling says.

Along with two classmates working in the energy sector, he formed an ad hoc support group, to “share our networks and quiz each other to prepare for interviews. Most importantly, we were there to commiserate with and inspire each other.”

Gain Immediate, Measurable MBA ROI
For Heling, other reasons for coming to b-school have come to fruition too. His network is vastly bigger than before, and his new job comes with a salary boost. Best of all, his horizons are broader; “Thanks to my Berkeley MBA, I have so many more options.”

Broader horizons—that's one reason to choose the Berkeley MBA. We invite you to check out 10 more.

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Al Gore Addresses, Inspires Berkeley MBA Students  [#permalink]

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FROM Haas Admissions Blog: Al Gore Addresses, Inspires Berkeley MBA Students
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Al Gore came to the Berkeley-Haas campus with a message of optimism that the climate change challenge would be met—tempered by an observation that "Democracy has been hacked" and that a breakdown in effective governance could be an obstacle to achieving that aim.

The Nobel Peace Prize winner and former VP of the United States addressed a capacity crowd of Berkeley MBA students and other Haas community members in a fireside chat with Professor Laura Tyson, director of the Haas School's Institute for Business and Social Impact, and Dean Rich Lyons.

During the impassioned conversation, part of the Haas School's Dean’s Speaker Series, Gore highlighted the importance of accounting for every system that supports humanity by recognizing, for example, the value in natural resources and quality of life and not just things you can buy.

He encouraged students to challenge policymakers and bring innovative ideas to companies that support sustainable practices. “Mother Nature,” said Gore, “is telling us that we have to change.” Yet, despite the obstacles, “We are going to solve the climate crisis."

We invite you to access insights from Al Gore, just one of the leaders to address Berkeley MBA audiences. 

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FROM Haas Admissions Blog: Taking EMBA Innovation Tools Back to the Gates Foundation
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Berkeley MBA for Executives student Karin Lion is Associate Program Officer for Agricultural Development with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Here, she writes about Applied Innovation Week, one of five immersive learning opportunities in the Berkeley EMBA.

At the Bill & Melinda Gates we attempt to tackle some of the world’s toughest problems with innovative solutions, from improving healthcare to reducing extreme poverty to increasing access to technology.

I am proud to be part of an organization that pushes the envelope in how we think about helping the world’s poorest people lift themselves out of hunger and poverty. But even the most well-established organizations can become complacent in their approach to innovation, and I realize I have a part to play in continuing to push my team to think outside the box.

 I am now armed with the tools and confidence to drive our thinking in an entirely new direction. 

 

With some of the skills that I began to develop during our Applied Innovation Week with Sara Beckman, I am now armed with the tools and confidence to drive our thinking in an entirely new direction. 

I learned that it’s not about questioning the status quo, but, rather, about questioning my status quo. I realized that I bring my biases into every one of my experiences, and if I don’t reflect on how my assumptions shape my thinking, then I am limiting myself and the things I can achieve.

We conducted several self-reflection exercises during the week, and I have to say, they could be painful at times. For one, I examined the business model of one of my grantee organizations and used design thinking techniques to tweak the model in order to improve its social impact.

At times, I was ready to give up because I thought there was nothing more I could do! Luckily, my patient and supportive classmate, Roshini Das, kept pushing me to think differently using our new tools. It became clear to me that increasing social impact for this organization could result in a trade-off between quality and scale. I ended the week inspired and itching for a phone call with the organization’s CEO to talk strategy.

I couldn’t expect to change overnight, as the concepts we were discussing were complete paradigm shifts in how I typically approach a problem and develop solutions.

 

It also became evident that the week in San Francisco was just the first step in a journey to being able to develop the mindset, skillset, and toolset associated with being a truly innovative leader. I couldn’t expect to change overnight, as the concepts we were discussing were complete paradigm shifts in how I typically approach a problem and develop solutions.

We left inspired by Executive Coach and Co-Instructor Barbara Waugh to commit ourselves to whatever we deemed our purpose in life. One of my classmates even committed himself to supporting the reunification of his country, Korea. We all left so empowered that I know he will do it!

Applied Innovation Week is one of five immersive learning experiences in the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program. Check out four other ways to get immersed.

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Earlier this month, researchers at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and the Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership announced the establishment of CrowdBerkeley to better understand crowdfunding, a phenomenon which is changing the future of finance by fostering the exchange of capital through new technology channels and providing a more equal playing field for funding investors and recipients.

Crowdfunding got its name from the process of crowds of people investing relatively small amounts of money online to fund new ventures and individuals—bypassing traditional investors and lenders. The growth of crowdfunding continues at a rapid pace, and the practice is expanding to new markets and to new places around the globe each day.

Fung Institute engineers have been aggregating databases from global crowdfunding platforms to provide researchers, policy experts, and government agencies with the tools to advance knowledge on technology models and to facilitate innovation and networks in crowdfunding. For example, CrowdBerkeley’s public research will provide evidence of crowdfunding trends such as participant demographics.

Berkeley-Haas faculty and researchers in finance and social enterprise will use the data to study how crowdfunding is impacting traditional financial models and paving the way for innovation and new ventures.

CrowdBerkeley enhances an already active study of crowdfunding on campus. Berkeley-Haas has held more than a dozen campus teach-ins where Berkeley academics and students network and collaborate with alumni and industry partners working in crowdfunding. The business school is also redefining finance education by including crowdfunding models, both current and evolving, in the MBA curriculum.

“We care about training our students so they will be best positioned to understand the future of finance from the standpoint of policy, regulation, and tech,” says assistant professor Adair Morse, who teaches the “New Venture Finance” MBA course.

In the course, students learn how to raise equity without traditional investors, create credit and loan models without brick-and-mortar lenders, and understand the implications of new currencies such as Bitcoin, an open source payment network that utilizes technology to conduct peer-to-peer transactions instead of banks to do business.  Berkeley-Haas students have launched several crowdfunding companies, including Indiegogo and WeFinance.

“The goal of CrowdBerkeley is simple: we aim to leverage the excellence of UC Berkeley to learn, educate, and inform entrepreneurs, policymakers, and researchers on how crowdfunding can shape the economy and society,” says professor Laura D’Andrea Tyson, director of the Haas School’s Institute for Business and Social Impact.

Learn more about this new partnership to study crowdfunding here.
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Looks like the Round 3 decision date is tomorrow...

For those of you who were fortunate enough to get the call in earlier rounds, was your decision available online before you received the phone call or did the call come first? If available online, do you remember how early?

Best of luck to everyone still waiting to hear!
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just saw the Facebook page for the class of 2017. updated to 248 members....

.....unsure what that means for us Round Three Candidates......guess the news comes soon...
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Dinged with an interview... Curious to see if anyone was admitted in R3?

Oh well, I couldn't picture myself not attending UCLA anyways. Now at least I don't have to labor over a tough decision.

Congratulations to all those who are accepted (or offered spots off the waitlist). CAL Berkeley is one of a kind, and Haas is a legendary place to get your MBA!
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Ah, so Round 3 decision was today. That explains a lot. Got a call earlier today. Admitted Off Waitlist!
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Congrats! When did you get the call today?

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Ah, so Round 3 decision was today. That explains a lot. Got a call earlier today. Admitted Off Waitlist!


Another here off the WL. Got the call Thursday afternoon. It's been a long 7 months since I first applied in R1 and will be giving up >$8k in deposits at other schools. Can't wait for Cal!
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Got the call yesterday. Admitted off of the waitlist. Round 1 veteran applicant. Good luck to all!
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Ah, so Round 3 decision was today. That explains a lot. Got a call earlier today. Admitted Off Waitlist!


Another here off the WL. Got the call Thursday afternoon. It's been a long 7 months since I first applied in R1 and will be giving up >$8k in deposits at other schools. Can't wait for Cal!



$8000 in deposits???
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Ah, so Round 3 decision was today. That explains a lot. Got a call earlier today. Admitted Off Waitlist!



Congratulations! So are you thinking Booth or Haas?
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