Stanford GSB Community Response

How We Adapted
If you want to move a business school’s curriculum online in a single weekend, you better practice what you teach.

School News

School Story & News Search

October 25, 2021
Written
Renee Hirschberg wants to hear what alumni need now, and how Stanford GSB can help.
Outdoor portrait of Renee Hirschberg smiling into the camera on a sunny day. |Credit: Rob Strong

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

April 14, 2021
Written
How the Stanford GSB campus and community responded to the pandemic — as told through images.
A group of masked students stop to talk in Town Square on campus. Credit: Elena Zhukova

March 12, 2021
Written
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

December 02, 2020
Video
In early 2020, Molly Kang, MBA ’15, was poised to upend the wedding industry with a direct-to-consumer bridal dress company. Then came social distancing.
Photo by Steve Goldbloom

In the Media

About Stanford GSB

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Bloomberg TV

October 15, 2021
Video

The Close Full Show

In this broadcast segment, Dean Jonathan Levin discusses Bloomberg Businessweek’s MBA ranking and how Stanford GSB navigated the pandemic. (10/15/2021)

Harvard Business Review

August 18, 2021
Written

Getting Back to Business

This article features lecturer Robert E. Siegel’s new book on blending both digital innovation and traditional business operations.

Poets&Quants

August 12, 2021
Written

Stanford to Require Weekly COVID-19 Testing for All Students

This article highlights Stanford University’s decision to require weekly COVID-19 testing for students.

Alumni in the News

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Protocol

September 17, 2021
Written

When COVID Rocked the Insurance Market, This Startup Saw Opportunity

Peter Colis, MBA ’16, and Lingke Wang, MBA ’16, discuss how COVID-19 helped propel their life insurance startup forward.

Los Angeles Times

April 15, 2021
Written

How Angelenos Are Battling Food Insecurity by Using Hyperlocal Apps to Share Their Bounty

This article highlights Olio, an app that helps people share surplus food, created by Tessa Clarke, MBA ’04 and Saasha Celestial-One, MBA ’04.

Business Insider

February 22, 2021
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MBA Programs Are in High Demand, but Insiders Say the Job Market Is Tougher Than Ever.

Jamie Schein, assistant dean and director of the Career Management Center, Allegra Tepper, MBA ’20, and Francisco Enriquez, MBA ’21, discuss the job market.