Leaked financial aid data from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) suggests that the school awards fellowships based on applicants’ gender, immigration status and work experience, according to an analysis performed by a current student who found the confidential data in a shared folder. The GSB previously claimed to award scholarships based solely on need.
Students in Graduate School of Business (GSB) class GSBGEN 383: “Practical Policy and Politics” had a particularly high-profile guest speaker Thursday morning: Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, who visited Stanford before heading to a school in Milpitas.
In this edition of Gram Grads, The Stanford Daily sat down with Danica Jacinto (M.B.A. ’17), a recent graduate from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), to discuss themes of giving back and enjoying life.
People who perceive time as money are significantly more stressed than those who have a more fluid vision of time, according to new research by Jeffrey Pfeffer Ph.D. ’72 at the Graduate School of Business.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) announced a new fellowship program targeting applicants with strong ties to the Midwest.
The Graduate Student Council considered a variety of items in its meeting on Wednesday.
The Graduate Student Council met Wednesday and talked funding and elections.
“We provide student-athletes with unparalleled educational and athletic opportunities, and that should be pay enough. We don’t want to directly compensate them, and don’t feel we should have to.” Those were, essentially, the arguments of Pac-12 COO Jamie Zaninovich and Stanford Senior Associate Athletics Director Kevin Blue at last week’s Stanford Sports Innovation Conference hosted…