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Mills MBA News Archives

Communications Expert Speaks at Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business, Nov. 2009. "Goldman Sachs Takes Corporate Philanthropy Global: Investments in Women Garner Exponential Returns" by Pam Losefsky. A feature on the Goldman Sachs' 10,000 Women initiative and its partnership with the Lokey Graduate School of Business.

Mills College Opens a New Green Building for the Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business

Mills Students Selected for Financial Women's Association Scholarships

San Francisco Times, April 24–30, 2009. “Mills to Open New Business School Headquarters” by Sarah Duxbury. An interview with Dean Nancy Thornborrow about the new building for the expanding Mills MBA Program and its partnership with Goldman Sachs on the 10,000 Women initiative.

Mills College Selected by Goldman Sachs as Educational Partner in 10,000 Women Initiative

Mills Debuts First Conference on Socially Responsible Business Models

Contra Costa Times, Feb. 16, 2009. “Oh, Behave! Good etiquette is good business, students learn” by Jackie Burrell. The MBA Program is featured for its etiquette classes.

KCBS-AM, Feb. 6, 2009. Dean Nancy Thornborrow interviewed on the recession and its impact on women in the workplace

Conde Nast Portfolio, Nov. 1, 2008. “Goldman’s Conspicuous Compassion” by Kevin Gray. An expose about Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Women initiative and its partnership with Mills College.

TheStreet.Com, Oct. 22, 2008. “Nine Tips for Socially Responsible Business” by Lan Nguyen. Phillip Gordon, director of the Center for Socially Responsible Business, offers small businesses tips on operating a successful socially responsible business.

East Bay Business Times, Sept. 26–Oct. 2, 2008. “Colleges Spotlight Social Responsibility” by David Goll. An interview with Phillip Gordon about Mills College’s new Center for Socially Responsible Business and its goals.

Mills Establishes Center for Socially Responsible Business

TheStreet.Com, Aug. 12, 2008. “Ten Tips for Marketing to Women” by Lan Nguyen. Nancy Thornborrow offers tips on marketing to women.

Oakland Business Review, Aug. 2008. “Education is the key to erasing gender inequality” by Nancy Thornborrow. Dean Nancy Thornborrow argues that education for women, especially in business, can close the wage gap between men and women.

Mills Joins Innovative Consortium to Promote Women in Business

Contra Costa Times, May 11, 2008. “Mills Means Business” by Blanca Torres. A feature showcasing the expanding Mills MBA Program with its focus on women’s business education; includes interviews with Nancy Thornborrow and MBA students.

Mills College Breaks Barriers and Announces Name for Graduate School of Business

San Francisco Business Times, April 4–10, 2008. “Mills goes to B-school” by Sarah Duxbury. A feature on the MBA Program.

Mills College to Shatter Workforce Gender Barriers

East Bay Business Times, Jan. 4, 2008. “Evolving East Bay MBA Programs Place New Emphasis on Ethics, Global Business” by David Goll. A feature on the Mills MBA Program and its innovative new green building.

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Last Updated: 2/24/17