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Simon Business School offers a variety of opportunities for prospective students to learn about our School, speak with our professors, and meet current students. If you’re interested in any of our programs, we encourage you to visit our picturesque campus.

Featured Events

We host events throughout the year and invite you to experience Simon alongside your peers, current students, alumni, admissions counselors, and faculty. Our virtual events are a great way for you to learn more about Simon and for us to get to know you.

Generative AI and the Future of Business Education

AI Seminar Event
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Simon Business School presents a panel of faculty to share their insights and use cases as early movers in generative AI for business education.

Simon blazed trails as one of the first business schools to integrate generative AI into its curriculum. Find out how they did it and what faculty have learned.

Discussion topics will include:
  • Training faculty, staff, students, and alumni
  • Grants 
  • Policy changes
  • Development of new courses/integration of generative AI into a broad set of existing courses 
  • Learning from the expertise of alumni

   

Experience Simon Weekend

Meliora Quad
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See yourself here.

With an MBA from the No. 25 program in the US (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2023), Simon Business School graduates are equipped with a top-notch business education and arrive on the job prepared to make an immediate impact. Join us for Experience Simon Weekend to get a feel for life as a Simon MBA student!

Conference on Labor Market Regulation and Policy

Image for Editorial Use. Labor Market Regulation Article.
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This conference will address pressing questions about to improve the functioning of the modern labor market. This includes who holds market power in labor markets, noncompete agreements, discrimination, and what government can do to improve the functioning of the market. The conference will bring together high-profile academic researchers, former and current government officials, and private-sector representatives.

In addition to research presentations, this conference will include a keynote address by David Weil of Brandeis University, formerly the head of the DOL Wage and Hour Division, and

Part-Time Events

Stay connected with Simon and learn more about our part-time programs designed for working professionals through our interactive webinars and in-person information sessions. From admissions tips, program reviews, and sample classes to faculty and student discussions, we will provide you with an in-depth look at the Simon experience.

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