A bomb threat has been reported at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business building, and evacuation is currently in progress as a precaution and is expected to last an hour to 90 minutes, according to an email from University spokesperson Lisa Lapin.
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.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) is launching its first UK-based teaching program in London. According to the GSB, the Stanford Ignite program is a 10-week course aimed at innovative individuals with an interest in science and technology. It is also offered in Bangalore, India, Beijing, New York City, Santiago, Chile, and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The US News and World Report recently released ratings of top graduate programs showing that Stanford’s graduate schools of business, education, engineering, law and medicine are all ranked among the top three in the nation.
The Stanford Daily recently sat down with professor of Political Science in the Stanford Graduate School of Business David Brady, renowned political scientist and author of numerous books, to discuss his thoughts on his experience teaching and projects he worked on at Stanford.
The Graduate School of Business’s (GSB) Ignite program concluded its nine week certificate program in innovation and entrepreneurship in Beijing this past weekend as students presented their final venture projects to a panel of industry leaders and expert investors.
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.
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.