The Yale SOM calendar is filled with conferences, many student-run. The following is a list of prominent conferences:
The Education Leadership Conference is an annual event hosted by the Yale SOM Education Club. From its modest beginnings in 2007, now, more than 750 education leaders from across the country gather in New Haven to discuss, debate and move the lever on education reform. The theme for this year’s conference, Inspiring Transformational Change, calls on education leaders to inspire significant changes in their organizations that will truly transform the U.S. K-12 education system.
The Yale Philanthropy Conference is an interdisciplinary forum for current and future leaders focused on the business of social change. Created and organized by student leaders from the Yale School of Management, the conference provides a unique management perspective on the challenges facing leaders in the social sector. The conference attracts philanthropists, nonprofit professionals, academics, and students for conversations about trends and issues shaping the social sector today.
This multidisciplinary forum offers insights into the increasingly complex dynamics that are emerging in the healthcare industry, by addressing the ethical and political challenges arising from the varying forces of quality, technology, and patient advocacy.
This conference provides a forum to discuss the present and future of the private equity industry with industry executives, investors, lenders, professional advisors, alumni, and students. It provides students with the opportunity to learn from and network with present and future industry leaders.
Private Equity Conference to Draw Hundreds of Dealmakers