Virtual Lifelong Learning
Videos of Recent Virtual Events
Who Gets What: The New Economics of Matchmaking and Market Design, with GSB Professor Al Roth, 2012 Nobel Laureate
Do economists have to be dull theoreticians? Not so for Nobel laureate Al Roth. Al Roth will present examples of his real world applications of market matching and his ground breaking successes with labor markets, school choice, and his life-saving favorite, kidney exchanges. The talk will include a welcome and introduction by Dean Saloner.
"The 2-Hour Job Search" with Steve Dalton - Available to alumni only
This workshop is ideal for GSB alumni looking to make their networking-based job search more efficient and effective. Special attention will be given to identifying relevant startups, the needs of international students, and those with more experience. Delivered by Steve Dalton, MBA Senior Career Consultant at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, this workshop is one of the most original and practical approaches to the networking-based job search.
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An Evening with Five GSB Deans, Moderated by Dean Garth Saloner
It was a history-making event as the four past GSB Deans talked together for the first time. The GSB Oral History Program brought together Arjay Miller, Robert Jaedicke, A. Michael Spence, and Robert Joss to discuss the Stanford GSBs' past and its future, with Dean Garth Saloner as moderator.
May 22 - Portland - The Business Model of Ecotrust with Spencer Beebe, Founder and Chairman
May 23 - Melbourne - GSB Alumni Informal Drinks
May 25 - Tokyo - Fourth Annual GSB Golf Outing