Thursday, January 27, 2011

Larry Summers on the Difference Between Harvard "A" Students and Harvard "C" Students

WSJ reports that on a panel at Davos, Summers, a former President of Harvard, told the audience that at Harvard, the A students tend to become professors and the C students become wealthy donors.

1 comment:

  1. The real answer is: Most people don't go to Harvard to anything but join a network of people to business with, as evidenced by the many wealthy C student donors.