Tag: competition

News

HBS Team Takes 2nd Place Overall in the Annual National IPO Challenge Hosted by the Chicago Graduate School of Business

A team of five HBS students – Jason Kreuziger (OJ), Steve Davis (OJ), Benjamin Kramarz (NH), Ken Auspaker (NG), and Michael Jones (NF) – took second place overall out of approximately 70 teams in the annual National IPO Challenge hosted by the Chicago Graduate School of Business. This marked the best finish ever in the…

News

HBS' Own American Idol

Sponsored by the HBS Public Speaking Club, the public speaking competition has entered its fourth successful year, supported by the abundance of HBS students who desire to enhance their public speaking skills while at business school. Despite being on crutches, Dean Light remained poised and charismatic as he stood and delivered his opening remark on…

News

Local Motors Wins Pitch for Change Competition

If you had 30-seconds to make your “elevator pitch,” could you sell someone on your business? How about if you had a little bit longer-2 minutes and 2 slides? That’s what this year’s contestants were up against in the Pitch for Change competition. The goal was to identify business opportunities, both non-profit and for-profit, with…

News

Green Living – New Year, Green You!

Learn a few easy steps that will minimize your impact on the environment. “I will exercise more.” “I will spend more time with family and friends.” “I will lose weight.” Most of us make New Year’s resolutions each year, vowing to improve our lives and ourselves. But who makes New Year’s resolutions for our natural…

News

HBS Students Judge Undergraduate Public Speaking Competition

Four members of the HBS Public Speaking Club braved a very rainy Saturday to serve as judges for Suffolk University’s Fall Tournament. The tournament was a small competition between forensics (public speaking) teams from Suffolk University, Emerson College and Bridgewater State College. Suffolk University, in Beacon Hill, has a nationally renowned public speaking program. The…

News

SABA Diwali Show-Lights, Bhangra, Action

One hundred backless/halter neck sari blouses, skin-tight churidar kameezes, peacock dancing caps, limb snapping dance moves, unabashed choreography, MIB wannabes, plenitude of Tanishq jewelry and heavy-duty Samosas in Burden Hall on a Saturday evening? The occasion-the awaited and uproarious Annual SABA Diwali show of course! With India lodging a population of 1.1 billion people, 200…

News

My Lunch With Bob Crandall:

One of the best aspects of Harvard Business School is the amazing access students have to business leaders. Last week I flew to D.C. to meet with the CEO of Maxjet, then to Atlanta to interview the President of Delta and on to West Palm to have lunch with Bob Crandall, former CEO of American…

News

Jumping on the Energy Conservation Bandwagon

On the heels of the first-ever HBS Dorms Energy Competition, the Graduate Green Living Program has rolled out its green mascot in conjunction with an energy pledge drive for the residents of Soldiers Field Park (SFP) and One Western Avenue (OWA). Starting this week, residents in these two apartment buildings will be invited to participate…

News

RecycleMania!

Most students know some recycling is happening on campus and see signs of recycling in dining halls and in their dorms. But do students actually know how recycling efforts at Harvard compare with other universities, and do they know how the business school is performing in terms of recycling? From January 29 to April 8,…

News

Think Green! Kick-Off to First-Ever Res Hall Energy Competition

What do a recyclable toothbrush, a used-battery bag and vegetarian sushi have in common? Well, you could pick them all up Thursday, January 26, when the Green Living Rep Program for HBS dorms hosted its kick-off event in the “cozy” lounge of McCulloch Hall. Free wine and beer no doubt helped boost attendance. Over 60…

News

HBS Rugby Reloads in Preparation for New Season

With IM season in full-swing, one could be forgiven for initially mistaking the squeal of shoes and the excited shouts emanating from Shad for the start of basketball season. Take a step inside to examine things more closely, however, and you’ll quickly discover this is no rag-tag, pick-up basketball team. Fresh off a highly fruitful…

News

IM Hoops: Suiting Up For a New Season

The 2006 HBS intramural basketball season has gotten off to a fast start, with both EC and RC teams knocking off rust (and any extra pounds accumulated during winter break) to battle it out on the hardwoods. With each section fielding two (co-ed) teams of five to 15 players, basketball is the most inclusive of…

News

MBA Food Fight 2005

The MBA Food Fight is an annual food drive competition founded and sponsored by the University of Michigan Business School Global Citizenship Club. This year, students at approximately 20 business schools nationwide collected food and cash for local food banks from November 8-16. Donations were coordinated through the national nonprofit sponsor Second Harvest and will…

News

HBS Real Estate Club Team Wins First Ever National Real Estate Challenge

HBS captured first place in the 2005 National Real Estate Challenge case competition hosted last week (November 10-11) by the McCombs School at the University of Texas in Austin. Real Estate Club members Cliff Chandler (OF), Zack Georgeson (OG), Nelson Hioe (OG), Kevin Kaberna (OG), Arnaud Karsenti (OA) and Nadeem Meghji (OB) formed the winning…

News

Off to the Races

Intramural football returned to HBS this past week, with RC and EC sections fielding teams for IM league competition. Here, Adey Delbridge (OJ) makes a break for the end zone in a match last Tuesday, September 20 versus Old Section A. ΓΏ

News

A View from the Top

Here, a pensive RC looks on as his team completes one of the activities required for competition in the HBS Games. The HBS Games took place on Saturday, September 3 and were part of RC Orientation activities. The Games were followed by an RC Club Night organized by the HBS Student Association.

News

Pipe Dream: Harvard Team Wins First Prize in $125,000 MIT Clean Energy Business Plan Competition

Microbial Scale Solutions (MSS)-a nascent company comprised of Harvard graduate students W. Alex Goodwin (OH), Thomas (“Tod”) Perry (DEAS, PhD ’05), Jacqueline Harlow (HLS, JD ’06), Brian Pulliam (Biophysics PhD ’07), and Kathryn Tinckam, M.D. (HMS, MMSc ’05)-won first place in the $125K Ignite Clean Energy business plan competition held on April 27th at MIT….

News

Texas Club Chili Cook-Off: Bigger and Better

Sunday, April 24 marked the celebration of the 12th Annual HBS Texas Club Chili Cook-off, which pitted HBS’s best chili chef’s against one another for school-wide bragging rights. Despite some early morning showers, nearly 600 HBS students, faculty, and families turned out for the event. For many, this was their first chili cook-off and they…

News

HBS Rugby: A Two-Headed Beast

A hallmark of HBS rugby is that players of all levels of experience have the opportunity to contribute, even in a competition as serious as the World MBA Championship. HBS was the only school of the 22 MBA programs participating to leverage the strengths of dual teams. Several new players deserve special recognition, notably former…

News

Public Speaking Competition Finalists Persuade and Entertain

Over 25 people self-selected themselves for the 2005 HBS Public Speaking competition. The contestants were then narrowed down to eight finalists through a demanding impromptu speaking competition in which contestants were randomly assigned a challenging speaking situation with only three minutes to prepare a two- to three-minute speech. The topics in the qualifying round included…

News

World MBA Rugby Championship: A Recap

Hordes of MBAs descended upon Duke University during the second weekend of April for the World MBA Rugby Championship. Some sported cowboy hats, others berets. The tastes of the individual teams differed, but all shared a dogged determination to bring back the championship cup to their respective campuses. With 23 teams competing, the HBS Rugby…

News

Tuck Winter Carnival

Members of the HBS Ski and Snowboard Club competed against 13 other business schools at the 20th Annual Tuck Winter Carnival last weekend. Nearly 200 ski racers competed at the Dartmouth Skiway, followed by a less athletic, but equally intense, inter b-school boat-racing competition held later that evening. For more on the Tuck Winter Carnival,…

News

Michael Porter: Overhauling Health Care

University Professor Michael E. Porter laid out his long-anticipated evaluation of the ailing American health care system to an audience of students, scholars, and health care professionals at the Spangler auditorium on February 17th. Porter, whose new book Redefining Health Care: Creating Positive-Sum Competition to Deliver Value (coauthored by Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg) will be released…

News

Food Fight 2004!

The MBA Food Fight is an annual food drive competition founded and sponsored by the University of Michigan Business School Global Citizenship Club. This year, students at approximately 20 business schools nationwide collected food and cash for local food banks between November 8th -17th. Donations were coordinated through the national non-profit sponsor Second Harvest and…

1 2 3 4
Want to Sponsor The Harbus?

You can sponsor the Harbus website to reach the Harvard Community. Learn more.

RECENT COMMENTS
FlICKR GALLERY
THEMEVAN

We are addicted to WordPress development and provide Easy to using & Shine Looking themes selling on ThemeForest.

Tel : (000) 456-7890
Email : [email protected]
Address : NO 86 XX ROAD, XCITY, XCOUNTRY.