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April 15, 2021
Members of Stanford GSB’s Women in Management share their thoughts.
Top row: Ali Lauer, Jenny Zhou, Zeinab Aboud, Jéssica Leão. Bottom row: Jane Conroy, Juli (Hye Ryeong) Cho, Janna Wandzilak, Alexa Grabell. Credit: Illustrations by Agata Nowicka.

April 14, 2021
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

April 13, 2021
How Stanford Seed deploys alumni to lift the global economy.
A close up of hands holding macadamia nuts. Credit: Louis Nderi

April 13, 2021
A conversation with Darius Teter, executive director of Stanford Seed.
Portrait of Darius Teter. Credit: Elena Zhukova

April 12, 2021
Members of the Stanford GSB Class of ’94 drew up a playbook for business leaders looking to promote racial equity.
An illustration showing figures pulling apart a table to make room, while other figures are rolling up more chairs. Credit: Illustration by Jesse Zhang

April 09, 2021
“There are times when I look around and everything I see,” says William Eaton, MBA ’75, “I can imagine adding strings to it.”
Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery. Credit: Jarod Opperman

April 08, 2021
Forget about electric cars and meatless meat: Mounting a serious response to climate change requires inventive work in less-glamorous sectors such as risk management and private equity.
Illustration depicting a cityscape featuring green spaces. Credit: Illustration by Celyn Brazier

April 06, 2021
Want to solve America’s urban homeless crisis? First, you have to believe it can be fixed.
Rebecca Foster, MBA ’05 and Liz Givens, MBA ’04, stand in the hallway under construction. Credit: Drew Kelly

April 05, 2021
How a professor’s love of art led her to a career in marketing research.
A close up of Szu-chi Huang’s reproduction of Winds, Upper Ausable Lake by Harold Weston that hangs in her office. Credit: Elena Zhukova

April 02, 2021
Joe Lacob, MBA ’83, looks back on the night he got booed into silence by his customers.
Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, left, speaks with former player Chris Mullin during a ceremony to retire his #17 jersey at halftime of a game between the Warriors and Minnesota Timberwolves on March 19, 2012. Credit: Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images

March 31, 2021
A pair of Stanford GSB professors use movies, skits, and Saturday Night Live-style cold opens to teach the “broad and deep applicability of finance.”
A still from the movie The Godfather. Credit: Getty Images/Steve Schapiro

March 30, 2021
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 26, 2021
Three women from the Class of ’72 discuss what it was like to be at Stanford GSB when the school was 98% male.
Three women stand with fists raised holding books. Credit: Photo courtesy of Luther Nussbaum

March 22, 2021
“I have had to learn to fight bureaucracy, corruption, and complacency — skills I hadn’t considered at business school.”
An illustration of a car traveling over the Golden Gate bridge into a hilly landscape with a bright sun ahead. Credits: Illustration by Kim Salt

March 12, 2021
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

February 24, 2021
Members of the Black Business Student Association answer the question: “What does Black History Month mean to you?”
Top, left to right: Brent Westbrook, Oriekose Idah, Wes Adams, Meghan Hunter. Bottom, Left to right: Micah Greenberg, Izunna Okonkwo, Melanie Okuneye, Adiam Tesfalul.

February 12, 2021
Four decades ago, Eaton drafted a business plan that became the blueprint for the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery. Today he still runs the place, making one-of-a-kind guitars.
Bill Eaton playing guitar. Credit: Second Peninsula

January 15, 2021
Pretending to be lawmakers, Stanford GSB students hone negotiating skills that work in the boardroom as well as the back room.
Matt Rickard presenting in the I'm Just a Bill class. Credit: Courtesy Stanford GSB

January 14, 2021
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 the GSB. Credit: Elena Zhukova

January 11, 2021
“Eddie’s natural ability to see, analyze, and explain all the economics of any given situation was truly remarkable, and a textbook example of comparative advantage.”
Ed Lazear. Credit: Nancy Rothstein