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Karen Peetz, BNY Mellon president, to speak at Carey Business School on Feb. 1

Karen Peetz, the president of BNY Mellon and the former chairman of the Pennsylvania State University Board of Trustees, will speak in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Leaders + Legends lecture series on Feb. 1, 2013, at the school’s Harbor East campus. Her presentation is titled “Restoring Trust.”

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and the Maryland Institute College of Art Announce Partnership to Launch M.B.A./M.A. Program Focused on Innovative Thinking

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) announce a partnership to launch the M.B.A./M.A. in Design Leadership, focusing on the integration of creative thinking into all aspects of organizational management and development.

Carey Business School welcomes first full-time MBA class

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School this week welcomed 89 students in the charter class of its signature full-time Johns Hopkins Global MBA program.

Carey Business School Begins Move To Harbor East

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School will be in the moving business this week as it takes up residence at its new home on the waterfront at Harbor East. The business school, headquartered for much of the past decade at the Downtown Center at Charles and Fayette streets, will be moving equipment and supplies later this week to its new campus at 100 International Drive. Administrators and faculty and staff members will show up for their first day of work at Harbor East on July 26. In early August, the 80-plus members of the charter class of the Johns Hopkins Global MBA, the signature full-time program of the business school, will arrive at the new campus for orientation. A few weeks later, approximately 1,750 students in Carey’s part-time programs will begin classes at Harbor East.