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August 09, 2022
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Stanford Impact Founder Fellow plans to disrupt and decarbonize the world’s real estate.
Bright and colorful portrait of Leia de Guzman smiling in front of the change wall at Stanford GSB. Photo by Saul Bromberger

August 05, 2022
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Leo Guzman’s company is switching electric cooperatives from coal to clean energy.
Wide view of an array of solar panels in the desert in New Mexico, U.S.A. Photo by iStock/MonaMakela

July 29, 2022
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Exploring an entrepreneur’s intersection with business, technology, and creativity.
Changemaker: Nils Thorjussen

July 29, 2022
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Stanford Impact Founder Fellow is helping livestock farmers use pastureland for carbon offsets.
Portrait of John Foye on Stanford Campus. Photo by Elena Zhukova

July 07, 2022
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The Stanford GSB economics professor will serve as chief economist of the antitrust division at the Department of Justice.
portrait of Susan Athey. Credit: Tricia Seibold

June 29, 2022
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Students choose Szu-chi Huang, Scott Brady, and Darrell Duffie for 2022 teaching awards.
An MBA student hands an award to GSB associate professor of marketing Szu-chi Huang. Photo by Julia Yu.

June 29, 2022
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For 25 years, GMIX has sent students around the world and out of their comfort zone.
Stephen Lee jumps into a pose with the mountains of Bhutan in the background. Credit: Courtesy of Stephen Lee

May 26, 2022
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Joint master’s degree program expands the scope of educators’ training.
A view Stanford University from Palm Drive. Credit:  Farrin Abbott / Stanford News

May 04, 2022
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Long-time university supporters established Stanford Seed.
Bob and Dottie King. Credit: Courtesy of Seed

April 25, 2022
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The paper, co-founded by Nataliya Anon, MBA ’01, is a source of news for Ukrainian-Americans and support for people in the war zone.
Nataliya Anon speaks at a rally in support of Ukraine. Credit: Courtesy of Nataliya Anon

April 25, 2022
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A new course pushes students (and instructors and guests) to question their assumptions and confront real-world challenges.
Colorful illustration of three people walking through a dark and slightly ominous doorway surrounded by large intertwining pillars. Illustration by Dalbert Vilarino

April 22, 2022
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Designer and entrepreneur Jason Mayden, MS ’11, finds inspiration at the junction of science and art.
Jason Mayden smiling, sitting in his workshop at his desk, which is covered in materials, papers, and tools.

April 11, 2022
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How inspiration and insight converge on the path to great products.
Close-up portrait of Jason Mayden. | Kelsey Doyle

April 04, 2022
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Prizes recognize leadership in addressing social, environmental issues.
Photo collage of SIF student awardees. | Photos courtesy of students.

March 31, 2022
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Andy Laats, MBA ’97, recalls Nixon’s dilemma: How to grow without bailing on its core partners
Portrait of Andy Laats. | Credit: Ryan Field

March 29, 2022
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Stanford GSB releases annual report on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Students in class at the GSB. | Credit: Elena Zhukova.

March 23, 2022
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“People wrote me off as a kid from a broken home. I owe it to the people who invested in me to impact the lives of others.”
An illustration of a male figure writing while papers fly up around him. | Credit: Illustration by Kim Salt.

March 10, 2022
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Leading investor and Stanford GSB volunteer tabbed to give address.
Theresia Gouw | Photo courtesy of Theresia Gouw

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.

December 03, 2021
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Two MBA students spent a year surveying parents, executives, and policymakers about our “unprecedented childcare crisis.”
A father walking his young daughter to daycare. | Credit: iStock/Nadezhda1906.