The Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) announced a new fellowship program targeting applicants with strong ties to the Midwest.
Tyra Banks, model and former host of “America’s Next Top Model,” will co-teach a class on personal branding at Stanford for two weeks next May.
Henry A. Fernandez M.B.A. ’83, chairman and chief executive officer of MSCI Inc., will begin a five-year term on the Stanford University Board of Trustees on Oct. 1.
Stanford president John Hennessy and provost John Etchemendy announced today in a press release the appointment of former Department of Economics chair Jonathan Levin as the new dean of the Graduate School of Business (GSB). Levin was chair of the Department of Economics from 2011 to 2014, and is currently the Holbrook Working Professor of…
Rhia Catapano is a first year Ph.D. student in the marketing department at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. For this edition of the Glam Grads series, The Daily spoke with Catapano about her marketing research and the transition to Stanford life.
Together with their teaching staff, the 13 students of Econ 183: “The Cardinal Fund” act as the wealth manager for the $1 million Cardinal Fund provided by the Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) endowment. The class has seen questionable investment returns, but remains a unique learning experience for its members.
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.
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.