At a talk hosted by Stanford’s Graduate School of Business Big Ideas Club and Silicon Valley Science Fiction Society on Saturday night that intertwined philosophy with technology, inventor and entrepreneur Adam M. Curry revealed the ideas behind the soon-to-be released Entangled, an app for people to explore and experiment with the nature of “collective consciousness” and reality.
Starting this July, the Stanford Graduate School of Business will offer a leadership program to give LGBT leaders a boost in the workplace — the first of its kind at a university level.
On Oct. 29, World Bank Group president Jim Yong Kim spoke at CEMEX Auditorium about health and global development.
Garth Saloner ’81 M.S. ’82 Ph.D. ’82, dean of the Graduate School of Business (GSB) since 2009, announced on Monday that he will be resigning from his position at the end of the 2016 academic year.
On Tuesday evening, the Graduate School of Business (GSB) hosted the third annual Israeli Entrepreneurship Fair, an event for Israeli companies from Silicon Valley to recruit potential employees and to share what they do with Stanford students. Approximately 300 people came over the course of the evening, and the room was filled with students and company representatives.
In a ranking released on Tuesday, U.S. News rated Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) as the best business school in the country.
On Feb. 28, three Stanford alumni were honored with the Dean’s Medal, one of the highest honors bestowed by the School of Medicine, which recognizes individuals whose scientific, medical, humanitarian or other contributions have significantly advanced the mission of Stanford Medicine.
According to Insights, a publication from the Graduate School of Business (GSB), Jens Hainmueller, a political science professor at Stanford, believes that anti-immigrant sentiment does not come from natives’ concerns about their loss of jobs, but rather from fears that the immigrants will change the country’s identity and fail to contribute to it.