Education

A faculty member speaking in front of class
September 9, 2014
Stanford GSB welcomes seven tenure-line faculty and 17 lecturers from a range of disciplines who will infuse the school’s curriculum with fresh perspectives.
Stanford Ignite-Bangalore classroom
September 3, 2014
Applications are due by October 7, 2014 for Stanford Ignite-Bangalore. Financial assistance is available for exceptional, self-sponsored applicants with need.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz
August 19, 2014
Stanford scaling experts Huggy Rao and Robert Sutton teach what it takes to create, spread, and sustain excellence as a venture expands and matures.
Pittsburgh skyline
July 8, 2014
New research shows they are increasingly segregated by education.
Degree candidates walking toward the 2014 Stanford GSB diploma ceremony
June 16, 2014
Stanford GSB alumnus Phil Knight and Dean Garth Saloner urge 2014 graduates to follow their dreams.
Roadside MBA book cover
June 10, 2014
In an excerpt from their new book, three economists share what they learned about small businesses in America.
Flag of India
April 9, 2014
Applications accepted through June 13, 2014.
Silhouette of African continent
April 9, 2014
Applications accepted through June 13, 2014.
Phil Knight
March 26, 2014
Distinguished alum will share his experience with graduating students as they embark on new paths.
Students working at a computer
March 25, 2014
A Stanford sociologist examines why workers team up with the same people again and again.
A faculty member speaking in front of class
September 9, 2014
Stanford GSB welcomes seven tenure-line faculty and 17 lecturers from a range of disciplines who will infuse the school’s curriculum with fresh perspectives.
Stanford Ignite-Bangalore classroom
September 3, 2014
Applications are due by October 7, 2014 for Stanford Ignite-Bangalore. Financial assistance is available for exceptional, self-sponsored applicants with need.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz
August 19, 2014
Stanford scaling experts Huggy Rao and Robert Sutton teach what it takes to create, spread, and sustain excellence as a venture expands and matures.
Degree candidates walking toward the 2014 Stanford GSB diploma ceremony
June 16, 2014
Stanford GSB alumnus Phil Knight and Dean Garth Saloner urge 2014 graduates to follow their dreams.
Roadside MBA book cover
June 10, 2014
In an excerpt from their new book, three economists share what they learned about small businesses in America.
Flag of India
April 9, 2014
Applications accepted through June 13, 2014.
Silhouette of African continent
April 9, 2014
Applications accepted through June 13, 2014.
Phil Knight
March 26, 2014
Distinguished alum will share his experience with graduating students as they embark on new paths.
March 24, 2014
Speaking at the Stanford Center at Peking University in Beijing, the first lady says study abroad allows students to realize that countries all have a stake in each other's success.
Stanford Engineering Professor Tom Byers
February 13, 2014
A new Stanford online course aims to teach the best practices of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and venture capitalists as well as allow participants to test their own startup ideas. A free webinar video is available.
Pittsburgh skyline
July 8, 2014
New research shows they are increasingly segregated by education.
Students working at a computer
March 25, 2014
A Stanford sociologist examines why workers team up with the same people again and again.
Professor Sarah Soule
February 18, 2014
Their goal: to speed the flow of research results and open access to ideas and knowledge.
Students sitting in a lounge area.
February 11, 2014
A study in Southern India shows that high-performing roommates may have greater influence than friends or study partners.
math teacher Mia Shaw
October 2, 2012
A startup helps school-based instructors of math and English team up with digital teachers.
November 1, 2010
The academic reward system, and indeed the very way experts become trained in their academic disciplines, make it difficult for researchers to learn to talk to peers from other areas of academia, says Professor Myra Strober in a new book.