Martine Haas Appointed Lauder Professor

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Martine Haas has been appointed Lauder Professor at the Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management & International Studies. Haas is the Anthony L. Davis Director of the Lauder Institute.

The Lauder Professorship was established by brothers Leonard A. Lauder, W’54, and Ronald S. Lauder, W’65, when they founded the Lauder Institute in honor of their father, Joseph H. Lauder. The Lauder offers a combined MA in International Studies from Penn Arts & Sciences with an MBA from the Wharton School or a JD from Penn Law, preparing each class of 70 students to become successful, culturally fluent global business leaders.

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