Tales in Possible
— September 25, 2017
Dean Peter Henry, Vice Dean Raghu Sundaram and Professor Robert Salomon celebrated the expansion of Stern's Executive MBA Program to Washington, D.C., at a September 25 event at NYU's D.C. location.
Dean Peter Henry (right) joined Professor Robert Salomon (left) for a fireside chat on globalization at NYU’s Washington, D.C., location
On September 25, NYU Stern School of Business Dean Peter Henry and Vice Dean Raghu Sundaram invited current students, alumni and community members to join them for an evening to celebrate the launch of Stern’s Executive MBA (EMBA) Program in Washington, D.C., at NYU’s D.C. location, as the University celebrates its fifth-year anniversary in the nation’s capital.
Following remarks by Vice Dean Sundaram, Professor Robert Salomon, faculty director of Executive MBA Programs, formally announced that Stern is launching its EMBA Program in downtown Washington, D.C. Now senior-level executives who work in the surrounding region, along with others who can travel periodically, can earn an MBA from the highest ranked EMBA program in this local market.
After Professor Salomon’s announcement, he joined Dean Henry, who is also an international economist and author of “TURNAROUND: Third World Lessons for First World Growth,” for a fireside chat. Dean Henry discussed our need to double down on, rather than reject, pro-globalization policies in order to drive sustainable economic growth.
Below, view the full event as well as social media highlights. For more information on Stern’s Executive MBA Programs, please visit stern.nyu.edu/emba.