South America

image of child in a classroom
May 9, 2012
How Scholarship Can Help Alleviate Extreme Poverty
Álvaro Uribe mug shot
February 21, 2012
Stick to your core beliefs when confronted with unanticipated moments of crisis, and build a team that can help you effectively confront difficult challenges, advised former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe. 
June 1, 2011
Policy makers need to understand how early-stage companies in their own area work, rather than try to create another Silicon Valley, says Stanford management professor George Foster. He is coauthor of a new report published by the World Economic Forum.
March 1, 2011
With nearly 32 million visitors last year and its first quarterly dividend in the bank, Latin America's MercadoLibre e-commerce site is on its way, founder Marcos Galperin, MBA '99, told a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience.
Laurence Golborne, SEP ’96
October 1, 2010
Working tirelessly for the last two months, Laurence Golborne, Stanford Executive Program '96 and Chile's mining minister, coordinated the rescue effort that eventually brought all 33 trapped miners safely to the surface.
image of child in a classroom
May 9, 2012
How Scholarship Can Help Alleviate Extreme Poverty
Álvaro Uribe mug shot
February 21, 2012
Stick to your core beliefs when confronted with unanticipated moments of crisis, and build a team that can help you effectively confront difficult challenges, advised former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe. 
March 1, 2011
With nearly 32 million visitors last year and its first quarterly dividend in the bank, Latin America's MercadoLibre e-commerce site is on its way, founder Marcos Galperin, MBA '99, told a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience.
Laurence Golborne, SEP ’96
October 1, 2010
Working tirelessly for the last two months, Laurence Golborne, Stanford Executive Program '96 and Chile's mining minister, coordinated the rescue effort that eventually brought all 33 trapped miners safely to the surface.
June 1, 2011
Policy makers need to understand how early-stage companies in their own area work, rather than try to create another Silicon Valley, says Stanford management professor George Foster. He is coauthor of a new report published by the World Economic Forum.