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July 1, 2020
Before they travel to help poor people overseas, students in one of Stanford’s most sought-after courses apply their skills on campus.
A woman using post-its to brainstorm at the Credit: Elena Zhukova
June 29, 2020
In the midst of a global pandemic, MBA students team up to launch ventures to help those most in need.
Portrait compilation of MBA students featured in the story. Credit: Cory Hall Placement: top/full/key
June 24, 2020
The Stanford GSB community gathered virtually to reflect on the accomplishments of the Class of 2020.
The students of section two during the section Olympics. Credit: Courtesy of Sevda Memet, MBA ’20
June 22, 2020
A gifted manager of people and a visionary leader in management, Bob Jaedicke was loved by all who knew him.
Bob Jaedicke sitting at a desk. Credit: Courtesy of Stanford GSB
June 19, 2020
A message from Stanford GSB Black alumni.
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June 17, 2020
An original AIDS activist finds new meaning as he pivots from making quilts to COVID-19 masks for marginalized communities.
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June 11, 2020
Student innovators are honored for working toward meaningful social and global progress.
Students working together. Credit: Elena Zhukova
June 9, 2020
Participants receive free access to Stanford’s online entrepreneurial toolkit to guide them through the process of creating and evaluating projects designed to drive recovery.
A scenic picture of Hoover Tower. Credit: Linda A. Cicero/Stanford News Service
June 5, 2020
The Stanford Black Business Student Association challenges the Stanford GSB community to lead in the fight against racial violence and injustice.
June 5, 2020
Members of the Classes of 2008 and 2009 share what they learned from looking for a job in the wake of the Great Recession.
Two women talking in a classroom of other students. Credit: Elena Zhukova
June 4, 2020
At Stanford Venture Studio’s annual Demo Day event, student groups presented their ideas to Stanford GSB alumni, industry experts, and investors.
A woman giving a presentation online from her home. Credit: iStock/
May 29, 2020
Students chronicle their COVID-19 reflections to create a unique archive.
A man’s reflection in the word wall monument at the GSB. Credit: Elena Zhukova
May 27, 2020
The former Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions will rejoin Stanford GSB as Associate Dean for External Relations.
Derrick Bolton excitedly raising his hands and standing at a podium while speaking at an event. Credit: Micaela Go
May 12, 2020
“To be an artist you need to be an entrepreneur.”
John Graham, MBA ’87, sitting in his home studio looking at sheet music. Courtesy of John Graham
April 14, 2020
Students are taking advantage of new class offerings and preparing to lead in a transformed world.
Lisa De Simone working at home. Credit: Courtesy of Lisa De Simone
April 1, 2020
His Medium article was read by 40 million people and sounded an alarm. Here’s what he hopes will happen now.
An illustration of two women, one wearing a medical face mask, and the other not wearing a mask, moving away from each other. Credit: iStock/Ada Yokota
March 25, 2020
Though concerns over COVID-19 forced the cancellation Me2We on-campus, participants brought the same enthusiasm and excitement, virtually.
Close up shot of a computer screen, in which Me2We participants are chatting in a virtual LEAD event. Credit: Tricia Seibold
March 19, 2020
Inspired by her students, a Stanford GSB Social Innovation Fellow connects Bay Area youth with degrees, jobs, and their own potential.
Claire Fisher, MBA and MA Ed ’18, is one of two 2018 recipients of the Stanford GSB Social Innovation Fellowship. Credit: Stacy Geiken
March 18, 2020
Faculty members explore new technologies to bring classroom lessons to remote students.
Emilio Calvano’s workstation. He uses a graphics tablet connected to a laptop. Credit: Emilio Calvano
March 13, 2020
With CoachMe, Stanford’s Social Innovation Fellow aims to use technology-supported coaching to help low-income people reach their health goals and reduce ER visits.
Karin Underwood, MBA ’19. Credit: Stacy Gieken