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submitted on February 21, 2013
Owen Graduate School of Management organized a fundraiser for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of middle Tennessee.
submitted on October 15, 2012
Vanderbilt’s Project Pyramid has significantly shaped the way in which multiple organizations around the globe think about the way they conduct business while also providing meaningful work experience to over 60 graduate students in a modest-sized program this academic year.
submitted on August 13, 2012
Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management has three established pillars of engagement when it comes to supporting social endeavors inside and outside of the scholastic community. Each one touches on a different focal area that allows students to passionately serve and fulfill community needs.
submitted by Samuel Frank on April 25, 2011
Project Pyramid is a project-based class at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University that includes students from the business, divinity, law, educational policy, and medical graduate programs. Students partner with Guatemalan organizations to develop poverty alleviation projects throughout the class and then travel to Guatemala to support local resources in implementing the projects through a consultative approach.