Stanford GSB Academic Year Begins with New Faculty and Electives

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Stanford GSB Academic Year Begins with New Faculty and Electives

The start of each school year brings new additions to faculty, lecturers, and electives that enhance the student experience.
September 28, 2018
MBA students engage in a discussion for their Negotiations course outside Arbuckle Pavilion. | Photo by: Elena Zukhova

Each academic year, Stanford GSB welcomes new faculty and elective courses to broaden its perspectives and offerings. This year’s faculty additions bring the total number of tenure-line faculty (tenured and untenured) to 125 and lecturers to 128. Classes began on September 14 for first-year MBA students and on September 24 for second-year MBA, PhD, and Sloan Fellows. Below are the newest members of the faculty.

New Tenure-Line Faculty

Laura Blattner, assistant professor of finance

Julien Clement, assistant professor of organizational behavior

Ashley Martin, assistant professor of organizational behavior

Gregory Martin, assistant professor of political economy

Kevin Smith, assistant professor of accounting

New Lecturers for 2018-19

Henry Most, adjunct lecturer in management

Gregory Page, lecturer in management

Alison Rosenthal, lecturer in management

Harpinder Singh, lecturer in management

Mark Voorsanger, adjunct lecturer in management

Stanford GSB also welcomes new elective courses each academic year. While first-year students focus on core foundational management courses, second-year MBA students and Sloan Fellows choose electives to suit their career goals and personalize their experience at the school. Below is a listing of new electives for the academic year.

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