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June 29, 2022
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
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

June 16, 2022
Dual ceremonies celebrate Classes of 2020 and 2022.
A group of four students in their cap and gowns smiling at the camera on graduation day. Best Grad Photo Inc.

June 09, 2022
Authenticity, equity, and freedom. Representation and belonging. Inclusivity, empathy, and safety.
Collage of colorful portraits of students of the GSB pride club, smiling, laughing, and looking serious. Photos by Elena Zhukova

June 02, 2022
This Stanford Executive Program course used virtual reality to help business leaders embrace an “improviser’s mindset.”
Women who are lit in bright red and blue in a dark room wearing VR glasses. Credit: iStock/tolgart

June 02, 2022
Stanford Executive Program participants say immersive sessions reenergized their work lives.
Bill Barnett teaching an SEP class in 2016. Credit: Elena Zhukova

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

May 20, 2022
Stanford dy/dx launches with help from top venture capital firms.
students working in the Co Lab at Stanford GSB. Credit: Elena Zhukova

May 17, 2022
“AAPI month is a chance to celebrate how Asian culture is woven into our national fabric.”
Top row, left to right: Abhi Satyavarupu, Diane Lee, Myles Mann, Jay Lee, Megan Ruan; Bottom row, left to right: Kevin Liang, Nancy Wang (top), Nishaad Ruparel (bottom), Chloe Colberg, Alice Huang (top), Rohan Chen (bottom). Credit: Elena Zhukova

May 06, 2022
Legislator Kira Rudik says a military victory is the only way to save her country.
Kira Rudik. Credit: Yevhenii Zavhorodnii

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

April 29, 2022
The award will fund research on China’s currency strategy.
Matteo Maggiori | Credit: Courtesy of Matteo Maggiori

April 25, 2022
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
Back to Class: 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
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 18, 2022
Audio versions of case studies get high marks from students.
GSB students in a classroom wearing masks, watching intently as a male student holds his hand forward while speaking to the class. | Photo by Elena Zhukova.

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

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

March 31, 2022
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
Stanford GSB releases annual report on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Students in class at the GSB. | Credit: Elena Zhukova.