Erwin H. Schell, SB ’12, program director of Course XV from 1931 to 1951, is remembered as an enthusiastic professor who maintained long-lasting relationships with every Course XV graduate he worked with over the course of his tenure. His letter “To all Course XV men” is reprinted in Notes from the Past 100 Years.
In the World examines action learning, a core component of the MIT Sloan experience, taking our students from the classroom into the world, teaching them to tackle complex, real-world managerial
Our feature story, Made in Kunming, examines the relationship between MIT Sloan and China since the MIT-China Management Education Project began in 1996. Through a partnership with the 10,000 Women Initiative, action learning students participate in a unique learning model with Kunming’s Yunnan University. This not only gives students invaluable hands-on experience, but also helps to transform management practice in China.