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July 17, 2019
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A new Stanford GSB course probes the online world’s growing problems and potential remedies.
A static screen with a 404 error. Illustration by Tricia Seibold
July 9, 2019
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A suite of mobile learning tools is capturing the attention of U.S. military officials.
Students present app at competition, Courtesy of Phil Stiefel
June 27, 2019
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From interviewing Uber’s CEO to leading a global study trip, Stanford GSB’s graduating class share a few of their favorite moments as students.
Tawanda Mahere. Credit: Tricia Seibold
June 20, 2019
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Stanford GSB students recognized Professors Timothy McQuade, Jesper Sørensen, and David Kreps for their outstanding teaching.
Students gather with Tim McQuade and Dean Levin Credit: Kiefer Hickman
June 18, 2019
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Lord Browne of Madingley, MS ’81 and former CEO of BP, advised graduates to embrace that which makes them different.
Lord Browne of Madingley, MS ’81 and former CEO of BP. Credit: Saul Bromberger
June 13, 2019
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Intuitive platform provides actionable content to help founders launch and grow their businesses.
Student working on their laptop. Credit: Anastasiia Sapon
May 30, 2019
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Stanford Seed works with promising entrepreneurs to drive impact in their communities.
Frank Omondi, the managing director of Ten Senses Africa. Credit: Stanford Seed
May 29, 2019
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New data revealed as 2019 Social Innovation Fellow awards announced.
2019 Social Innovation Fellowship recipients Christina Guilbeau and Karin Underwood Credit: Stacy Geiken
May 29, 2019
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Two PhD students find that opening a shop in India to study a simple problem was anything but simple.
A vendor sells fresh produce at one of the research team’s shops. A different vendor is recruited each day from one of the Pink City's several retail vegetable markets. The team’s vendors sold tomatoes and okra throughout the experiment. They were accompanied by a surveyor, who recorded details of all transactions. The man on the bicycle is curious as he turns back to see why a vegetable stall is being photographed. Credit: Shashank Sreedharan
May 14, 2019
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Meet three graduates of an innovative Stanford GSB program designed to create a path for women and minorities in business academia.
Left to right: Helena Pedrotti, Silvia Klosin, Sarah Johns. Credit: Tricia Seibold
May 13, 2019
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The former naval aviator has quietly counseled countless Stanford vets during their transition from military to civilian life.
Hank Scherf. Credit: Kiefer Hickman
May 3, 2019
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Stanford GSB’s curricular strategist and Stanford MBA alum will help students and alumni build meaningful careers.
Jamie Schein. Credit: Stacy Geiken Photography
April 22, 2019
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The longtime professor talks about building Stanford GSB’s startup curriculum, refining ethics, and keeping pace.
Irv Grousbeck. Credit: Elena Zhukova
April 17, 2019
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Participants will gain a better understanding of AI and how to leverage the technologies for their organizations.
Paul Oyer, program director for Harnessing AI for Breakthrough Innovation and Strategic Impact. Credit: Saul Bromberger
April 16, 2019
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These young entrepreneurs are Forbes 30 Under 30 2019 honorees.
Students walking in front of Stanford GSB campus. Credit: Elena Zhukova
April 12, 2019
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Nova Credit, which began as a class project, helps immigrants and visitors to the U.S. bring their credit histories with them.
Illustration showing a man with a briefcase as a body running into red tape. Credit: Michael Morgenstern
April 5, 2019
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Credited with helping to turn Stanford GSB into a model of academic excellence in the 1970s, he profoundly changed business schools around the world.
James E. Howell and bookcases full of books. Credit: Courtesy of Stanford Libraries Department of Special Collections & University Archives
April 5, 2019
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Social entrepreneurs Daryn Dodson, MBA ’07, and Jenna Nicholas, MBA ’17, are building a more just, sustainable, and prosperous world — one community at a time.
Williamson, West Virginia. Credit: Travis DeWitz
April 5, 2019
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Sarah A. Martin, a West Point graduate who served in Afghanistan, explains why veterans are hard-wired for team success.
Sarah A. Martin looks up and smiles with fellow student in classroom. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford University News Service
March 27, 2019
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These Stanford GSB women are changing their industries and their communities.
Two women talk together at the Accelerate women’s leadership program at Stanford GSB. Credit: Tricia Seibold