New Faculty and Electives Enrich Student Experience
The return of the school year welcomes new tenure-line faculty and lecturers, plus new electives to broaden the student experience.
Each year Stanford Graduate School of Business welcomes new tenure-line faculty and lecturers to enrich programmatic offerings and elevate the diversity in faculty thought leadership. Additionally, Stanford GSB also introduces new elective courses for second-year MBA students and Sloan Fellows.
First-year MBA students’ curriculum is set to courses to develop general management perspectives and foundations, while second-year students focus almost exclusively on electives. For Stanford GSB’s one-year MBA for experienced professionals, Sloan Fellows take one quarter of general management foundational courses, and the remaining three quarters include electives.
Below is a listing of the new faculty and elective courses.
New Tenure-Line Faculty
- Juliane Begenau, assistant professor of finance
- Bart Bronnenberg, professor of marketing
- Jung Ho Choi, assistant professor of accounting
- Stefan Wager, assistant professor of operations, information & technology
- John M. de Figueiredo is the Edward and Ellen Marie Schwarzman Professor of Law at the Duke Law School and Professor of Strategy and Economics at the Fuqua School of Business
|Name & Title||Course|
|Stuart Coulson, Lecturer in Management||OIT 333: Design for Extreme Affordability OIT 334: Design for Extreme Affordability|
|Dikla Carmel-Hurwitz, Lecturer in Management||OB 209: Leadership Laboratory with Dale Miller|
|Kristin Hansen, Lecturer in Management||GSBGEN 515: Essentials of Strategic Communication with Matt Abrahams|
|David Hornik, Lecturer in Management||STRAMGT 356: The Startup Garage: Design STRAMGT 366: The Startup Garage: Testing and Launch|
|Andy Laats, MBA ’97, Lecturer in Management||STRAMGT 210: Managerial Skill|
|Rob Wallace, Lecturer in Management||New course on investment management|
|Sam Hinkie, MBA ’05, Lecturer in Management||GSBGEN 360: Sports Business Management with George Foster and David Kaval in Winter Quarter GSBGEN 539: Negotiation Dynamics: Lessons from the Sports and Entertainment Industries with George Foster and Paraag Marathe in Winter Quarter GSBGEN 561: Sports Investment Analysis with George Foster and Paraag Marathe in Spring Quarter GSBGEN 562: Sports Marketing with George Foster and David Kaval in Spring Quarter|
|Kim Jonker, MBA ’01, Lecturer in Management||STRAMGT 328: Social Ventures Practicum with Bill Meehan|
|Margaret Laws, Lecturer in Management||STRAMGT 356: The Startup Garage: Design STRAMGT 366: The Startup Garage: Testing and Launch|
|Lisa Monzón, Lecturer in Management||Joining I-LEAD, Lisa will support OB 330: Leadership Fellows OB 374: Interpersonal Dynamics Lisa will also be working with Dale Miller in OB 209: Leadership Labs|
|Patricia Nakache, Lecturer in Management||STRAMGT 356: The Startup Garage: Design STRAMGT 366: The Startup Garage: Testing and Launch|
|Josh Richman, Lecturer in Management||POLECON 515: Strategy Beyond the Market: Innovation in the Energy Industry with Steven Callander|
This Year’s New Electives
- ACCT 542: Corporate Taxes & Business Strategy
- FINANCE 207: Corporations, Finance, and Governance in the Global Economy
- FINANCE 209: Capital Markets and Institutional Investing
- FINANCE 315: Innovating for Financial Inclusion
- GSBGEN 370: The Power of You: Women and Leadership
- MGTECON 349: Smart Pricing and Market Design
- MKTG 243: Marketing Management (Accelerated)
- OIT 275: Online Marketplaces, Accelerated
- OIT 521: Data Science for Online Marketplaces
- POLECON 515: Strategy Beyond the Market: Innovation in the Energy Industry
- STRAMGT 340: Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital from the Perspective of Women
- STRAMGT 503: Spontaneous Management
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