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.
Stanford Ignite, a program offered by the Graduate School of Business’ Global Innovation Program, is now opening up to a wider range of participants, encouraging both Silicon Valley community members and humanities graduate students to join its cohort this summer.
Mary Barra M.B.A. ’90 was unanimously named the next CEO for General Motors. She is the first woman to hold such a high position in the auto company.
On Tuesday, Stanford Graduate School of Business student Zachary Katz, 24, pleaded not guilty to three felony charges in connection with a fatal head-on collision on U.S. Highway 101 in early October, according to the San Mateo County District Attorney’s Office.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business—consistently ranked among the top in the country—admitted a record 406 students to its Class of 2015.
UAR provides returning students resources to best transition back onto campus.
Stanford Graduate School of Business student Zachary Katz was charged with driving under the influence early Saturday morning after being involved in a head-on collision on Highway 101.