New Association member for bloxberg: University of Rochester
We are pleased to welcome the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School as the newest member of the bloxberg Association: Welcome University Rochester!
The Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester is a highly ranked, world-class business school located on the campus of the University of Rochester. Rooted in quantitative analysis and economics, Simon prepares its graduates for today’s real-world, data-driven economy by offering a mix of analytically rigorous academics and hands-on experience within its close-knit community. The Simon School’s mission is to develop business leaders who have an exceptional level of clarity about business and about themselves while embodying a relentless endeavor to be even better.
Simon is ranked among the world’s leading business schools; in 2021, Bloomberg BusinessWeek ranked Simon in the Top 25 Business Schools in the U.S., and US News and World Report ranked Simon #1 in student body diversity among the top 50 business schools in the US. Academic degree programs include full-time, executive, and professional MBA programs, as well as five specialized MS programs, including an online MS in Business Analytics for Managers.
Sevin Yeletkin, dean of the Simon Business School, previously joined bloxberg as a consortium founding member with Carnegie Mellon University in 2019. he expressed her excitement about joining the bloxberg community again, saying that “as a research-based business school with an analytical and scientific approach to management, Simon Business School at the University of Rochester is delighted to join the bloxberg community that harnesses the power of blockchain technologies to securely share scientific discoveries. All knowledge-creating enterprises, like the Simon School, understand the value of collaboration, exchange of ideas, sharing of discoveries that contribute to uncovering new methods and facts. bloxberg provides an efficient, secure, transparent domain for academic institutions to share their discoveries and resources while protecting intellectual property and presents an opportunity that transcends institutional and geographical boundaries. ”
With this partnership, the Simon Business School joins a growing network of academic institutions and research organizations that use blockchain technology to securely and transparently share scientific discoveries.