Chicago Booth Magazine: Spring 2015
Chicago Booth Magazine

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In The Classroom


Cover Citizen Scholar

In his 50 years on the Booth faculty, professor John P. “Jack” Gould, MBA ’63, PhD ’66, has revealed his magic touch. As dean, he updated the school’s curriculum, led an international expansion, and paved the way for Gleacher Center.

By Anne Moore |

Opening Doors

At a pivotal moment, black MBA students at Chicago Booth organized a national push for better career opportunities in corporate America.

By Eric Gwinn |

Booth's Social Impact

The three-year-old Social Enterprise Initiative has hit its stride and emerged as a major selling point for civic-minded prospective students.

By Susan Chandler |

Also featured: The 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards

Research Digest

Flipping the Classroom

As pioneer of the first MOOC at Chicago Booth, professor John H. Cochrane finds online teaching to be costly and labor intensive, but with the potential to revolutionize education.

By Robin Mordfin |

More Research Digest: Why Did the Financial Sector Get So Big? | Drug Companies Benefit When Rivals Advertise | Story in a Chart: Risking the Roof for Wheels | What Happens When a Car Lot Closes | Why You Should Talk to Strangers | How Hashtags Can Depress Stock Prices | Readings: Overcoming the Tyranny of Groups 

Last Updated 6/23/15