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May 04, 2022
Long-time university supporters established Stanford Seed.
Bob and Dottie King. Credit: Courtesy of Seed
June 23, 2021
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 27, 2021
The state-of-the-art complex, designed for “structured serendipity,” prepares to open — again.
A view of the Knight Management Center from Jane Stanford Way. Credit: Elena Zhukova
May 26, 2021
Twenty-one students receive social innovation awards for their work on pressing issues.
From left: Shawon Jackson, Abdulhamid Haidar, Ted McKlveen. Credit: Javier Flores
April 13, 2021
How Stanford Seed deploys alumni to lift the global economy.
A close up of hands holding macadamia nuts. Credit: Louis Nderi
October 06, 2020
This year’s Siebel Scholars — Brian Aoyama, Mariana Martins, Bianca Pinasco, Austin Ward, and Joshua Young Yang — are well poised to contribute to humanity.
2021 Siebel Scholars. From left to right: Bianca Pinasco, Joshua Young Yang, Austin Ward, Mariana Martins, Brian Aoyama. | Photos courtesy of Siebel Scholars
October 05, 2020
The 2020 Social Innovation Fellow’s multi-channel tool has potential for broad use in bringing affordable healthcare to emerging markets.
Dare Ladejobi, MSx ’20. Credit: Adeolu Osibodu
September 21, 2020
NeuroNav’s service navigators and software curate options and unlock government funding to meet client goals.
Kimberly Schreiber, MBA ’20. Credit: Stacy Gieken
July 24, 2020
MBA, MSx, and PhD students honored Glenn Kramon, Saumitra Jha, and Arvind Krishnamurthy for their impact in teaching and service.
Saumitra Jha teaching in a classroom. Credit: Elena Zhukova
June 11, 2020
Student innovators are honored for working toward meaningful social and global progress.
Students working together. Credit: Elena Zhukova
March 13, 2020
With CoachMe, Stanford’s Social Innovation Fellow aims to use technology-supported coaching to help low-income people reach their health goals and reduce ER visits.
Karin Underwood, MBA ’19. Credit: Stacy Gieken
March 10, 2020
Stanford GSB students explore nonprofit and government work with the help of Social Management Immersion Fellowships.
A flight operator in Rwanda recovering a Zip (Zipline’s name for the drone vehicles used to make deliveries) after returning from making a delivery at a hospital. Credit: Cj Bernstein
October 28, 2019
The recently launched lab aims to support and guide innovation in the social sector.
Three individuals brainstorming over a computer, laughing. Credit: Elena Zhukova
October 03, 2019
This year’s Siebel Scholars join an elite group of student leaders with the goal of solving the world’s most critical issues.
The five 2020 Siebel Scholars stand together. Credit: Stacy Geiken
August 09, 2019
Sarah Craig, MSx ’18, is developing a community-supported approach to innovation in education in Virginia.
SIF Fellow Sarah Craig, MSx ’18, Credit: Stacy Geiken
June 20, 2019
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
May 29, 2019
New data revealed as 2019 Social Innovation Fellow awards announced.
2019 Social Innovation Fellowship recipients Christina Guilbeau and Karin Underwood Credit: Stacy Geiken
October 30, 2018
Five alumni and one faculty member recognized for contributions to Stanford GSB during annual reunion weekend.
October 10, 2018
More than 200 Stanford Seed participants from Africa and India gather for the first time to unite in their commitment to bring prosperity to communities through the growth of businesses.
Funkidz CEO Ciiru Waithaka with past Seed participants during a company visit. | Credit: Zachary M. Saitoti
October 09, 2018
Recognized for academic achievement and leadership, this year’s Siebel Scholars aim to make a positive impact.
From left to right: John Ettinger, Geoff Calder, Jennifer Villa, Tucker Kocher, Valerie Shen. Credit: Stacy Geiken