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January 19, 2022
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Stanford GSB students and graduates find success in a strong job market, even as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
A student works outside at Stanford GSB. | Credit: Elena Zhukova.

November 19, 2021
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Panel at economic forum discusses climate change, financial technology as key areas of mutual interest.
An illustration showing the US Flag and the Chinese flag intersecting. | Credit: iStock/simon2579

November 03, 2021
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Webinar hosted by Darrell Duffie discusses the risks and importance of the stablecoin market.
A photo illustration of digitized US money. Credit: iStock/dem10

October 11, 2021
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Guido W. Imbens shares the Nobel Prize for his contributions to the analysis of causal relationships.
Guido Imbens

October 07, 2021
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Stanford scholar Caroline Hoxby selected as vice president.
Susan Athey. Credit: Tricia Seibold

September 29, 2021
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Get to know Stanford GSB’s new MBA class by the numbers.
Photo by Elena Zhukova

September 29, 2021
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Jonathan Levin and William Dally to join White House panel on science and technology.
Jonathan Levin. Credit: Aubrie Pick

September 24, 2021
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The five Siebel Scholars were selected for their academic excellence and leadership qualities.
A photo composition of the 2022 Siebel Scholars. Credit: Photos courtesy of Siebel Scholars

August 26, 2021
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The Stanford School of Medicine and Stanford GSB will convene experts in health care, business, and government to discuss the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An illustrated group of masked figures shown within the shape of a puzzle piece. Credit: istock

August 25, 2021
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A closer look at the MSx students on campus.
New students laughing and smiling around a table in Arbuckle dining hall. Credit: Elena Zhukova

July 13, 2021
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Students in the MBA and PhD programs honored Rebecca Lester and Anne Beyer, respectively, for their outstanding teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rebecca Lester teaching in the classroom at Stanford GSB. Credit: Elena Zhukova

June 23, 2021
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Graduating students leave with a unique, shared experience that has prepared them to be leaders that the world needs.
Three students at the graduation celebration. Credit: Photo by Best Grad Photo Inc.

May 26, 2021
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Twenty-one students receive social innovation awards for their work on pressing issues.
From left: Shawon Jackson, Abdulhamid Haidar, Ted McKlveen. Credit: Javier Flores

March 30, 2021
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The Stanford Executive Education Black Leaders Program is the only program of its kind offered by a leading business school.
Brian Lowery, The Walter Kenneth Kilpatrick Professor of Organizational Behavior and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Credit: Elena Zhukova

March 12, 2021
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By the numbers, learn more about the newest class of MSx students.
A photo collage of the new students of the MSx Class of 2021. Credit: Photos Courtesy of the Class of 2021

January 14, 2021
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Despite the economic challenges of the global pandemic, the job market for Stanford GSB graduates remained robust.
A student working in an outdoor study space at Stanford GSB. Credit: Elena Zhukova

December 08, 2020
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Stanford GSB shares progress and learnings, and our focus on racial equity as a priority.
Students, masked and distanced, study together in front of the color wall during fall quarter, 2020. Credit: Elena Zhukova

December 04, 2020
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This biennial award recognizes outstanding contributions from a financial economist under age 40.
Matteo Maggiori. Credit: Courtesy Matteo Maggiori

November 25, 2020
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Described as “perhaps the foremost labor economist of his generation,” professor Edward P. Lazear passed away from pancreatic cancer on Nov. 23.
Edward Lazear. Credit: Nancy Rothstein

October 29, 2020
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Meet the alumni and students who are making a difference in finance, social entrepreneurship, healthcare, technology, and media.