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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School joins Forté Foundation in advancing business education opportunities for women
Published July 20, 2021
Carey will offer fellowships that recognize high-achieving, emerging female leaders in the full-time Johns Hopkins MBA program
Graduate education
Aegon Transamerica Foundation and Carey collaboration supports underrepresented minority students
Published July 6, 2021
Funding from Transamerica supports a summer business training program for high schoolers, an ongoing mentorship program, and a new scholarship for grad students
Q+A
The future of retail real estate markets
Published June 11, 2021
Alum Jeffrey Olson on how COVID-19 affected retail real estate and how the industry is adapting ahead of his talk with the Carey Business School
Q+A
COVID-19 has slowed surgical innovations, study shows
Published May 21, 2021
Pandemic-related shutdowns and remote work have changed how health care workers interact and slowed the pipeline of innovation and discovery
Q+A
Seeing colleagues succeed may make us feel more motivated
Published May 7, 2021
Carey Business School's Christopher Myers discusses new findings that exceptional success—like failures—inspire us to learn from others' experiences
Q+A
Relative concerns: A scholarly look at family-run businesses
Published April 27, 2021
Carey Business School Professor Phillip Phan discusses the dynamics of family-run businesses and the similarities and differences of mom-and-pop operations around the world
Finance
Study shows new real-time method for identifying stock bubbles like GameStop's
Published March 16, 2021
Model developed by finance expert Nicola Fusari uses stock options to determine whether a spike in the price of a particular asset reflects real underlying value or is only a bubble
Marketing
How probability forecasts are phrased affects how people make predictions
Published Jan 8, 2021
Seeing multiple probability forecasts in verbal rather than numerical form—"likely" vs. "55%"—causes people to make more confident predictions
Q+A
Making sense of the lagging U.S. COVID-19 vaccination effort
Published Jan 8, 2021
COVID-19 vaccines have been the subject of speculation and anticipation for months—so why hasn't the U.S. made more progress on vaccination?
Graduate education
Carey and SAIS offer dual degree
Published Jan 4, 2021
The Master of Business Administration/Master of Arts in International Relations degree will provide graduate students with expertise in global problem-solving, leadership, and research methods