As finals begin and students across campus begin to cram for chemistry, fix those last bugs on their CS assignments or crowd the Hume Center for help on their final English papers, many students are searching for the best place to get their work done. Many students agree that the perfect study spot must combine…
Last week, the Graduate School of Business (GSB) announced an online program targeted at engaging working executives in a part-time, cohort-based, self-paced curriculum. The program is called the LEAD Certificate and derives its name from a few guiding principles: Learn, Engage, Accelerate and Disrupt.
Despite almost 30 years of research generally pointing to the contrary, new research by Stanford’s Graduate School of Business professor Jeffrey Zwiebel and U.C. Berkeley co-author Brett Green suggests that the common perception of “hot hand” streaks in sports may not just be an illusion.
Students around campus are participating in human research experiments in social science labs, making some extra money and experiencing the research process from the subject side.
At their Oct. 6-7 meeting, Stanford’s Board of Trustees visited the new Anderson Collection and reviewed several plans regarding construction on campus. President John Hennessy also gave his assessment of the prior academic year.
Although multiple new initiatives to conserve water have been made at Stanford, the University had been experimenting with ways to decrease water consumption even before the California drought and emergency regulations.
Summer is over and campus is buzzing with frosh.
Bathed in California sun, quintessential Stanford spots like Main Quad, White Plaza and Palm Drive look more beautiful than ever. But when NSO is over and the freshman dorms lose their luster (it won’t take long), you’ll likely find yourself wandering aimlessly into the depths of campus.
Don’t worry—The Stanford Daily is here to provide a roadmap of the greatest hidden buildings and spaces on campus.
Steve Ballmer, ex-CEO of Microsoft, will be teaching a course at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in the fall. Ballmer will co-teach a class called “Leading Organizations” along with The Economics of Technology Professor Susan Athey.