China wants to revive the ancient Silk Road trading routes under a new plan called, "One Road, One Belt." It's an ambitious plan and Olin's David Meyer is just back from China where's he been lecturing and learning more about the initiative.

A trip to Hungary to consult with a startup opened the eyes of one Olin student to the country's difficult past under foreign rule. She shares her visit to the House of Terror museum in Budapest in this post.

How do you go about studying abroad—or even knowing if it’s the right fit for you? Associate Director of Global Programs & Advising Liz Shabani provides these tips for choosing the right program—and reviewing requirements.

Alumni in the news
Congratulations to Nili Shah on her appointment to Executive Technical Director at the IFRS Foundation where she will work with the International Accounting Standards Board.

Our newest Executive MBA students in the joint degree program with IIT-Bombay are not the quiet, shy type...they are already attracting media attention in India.