During the past year, Dean M. Eric Johnson and others in the Owen community researched and discussed the future of the business school. The result is an ambitious and practical strategic plan that enhances the core personality of the school while encouraging it to excel and achieve in authentic, smart and game-changing ways. Read more.
A business plan to make and sell juice from unsold fruit won the first-ever Hult Prize @ Vanderbilt competition, hosted by the Owen School and the Turner Family Center for Social Ventures. Learn more about the winning team's business idea.
A new study from associate professor of management Tim Vogus examines how hospitals can apply the principles of highly reliable organizations to reduce errors and improve patient care. Learn more about his work.
Mario Avila, MBA'12, has returned to Vanderbilt to build tomorrow's social entrepreneurs. Avila is the new director of the Turner Family Center for Social Ventures, a hub for social enterprise activities on campus. Learn more.
Live music every night of the week. Pro sports. Beautiful parks. Diverse cuisine. A vibrant business scene. Nashville is a great place to spend two years, or a lifetime. Read more about how the Owen School and its alumni are key players in the nation's new hot city. Read more.
Vanderbilt business students got a close-up with actress Reese Witherspoon. The movie star visited Owen and spoke with students about Draper James, her new retail store in Nashville. She opened up about business lessons she's learned and how she balances the rest of her life.