The Haskins Giving Society Award Dinner
This year’s magnificent Haskins Giving Society Award Dinner honored Philip L. Milstein, MBA ‘74, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and celebrated Stern’s dedicated Haskins Giving Society members. Read More ▶

Alumni in the News

     

To Be A Leader, Act Like One

Stern Board of Overseers Chair, Alison Mass, BS '80, MBA '81, offers insights and career advice from her vantage point as Global Head, Financial and Strategic Investors Group in the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs. Read More ▶

The Unconcscious Competence of Risk Management

Robert Mbonu, MS '16, discusses the importance of embedding Enterprise Risk Management into the culture of organizations and offers a four point model for implementation. Read More ▶

Innovation for a Better World

Samir Ibrahim, BS '11, CEO of SunCulture, co-founded the Kenya-based company that produces the ArgoSolar Irrigation Kit to help improve crop yield for farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa. He shares what he’s learned over the last five years and reflects on his time at Stern. Read More ▶

 

Faculty News & Research

 


Worth A Thousand Words

Professor Irv Schenkler comments on the impact of visual meaning and immediacy on the United Airlines brand in the wake of scandal, and offers better approaches to crisis communication.  Read More ▶



The Downside of Shared Social Responsibility

Professor Minah Jung’s research on shared social responsibility shows that consumers are more likely to purchase when they know a portion of the price is donated to charity, regardless of how much is going to charity. Read More ▶



How Hollywood Sees Business

In an article about the power of business movies, Professor Lisa Leslie shares why she references 12 Angry Men in her Leadership class. Read More ▶



The Collateral Damage of Globalization

Professor Nouriel Roubini argues that backlash against globalization can be addressed through policies that compensate workers in order to level out the costs and benefits. Read More ▶



The Lynchpin of Tax Reform

Professor Emeritus Ingo Walter outlines how the US administration can couple tax reform to infrastructure to generate higher income and output in addition to long-term economic growth. Read More ▶


Irresistible
As part of the Alumni Relations Author Lecture Series, Professor Adam Alter discussed his new book, "Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked," with esteemed author and journalist, Malcolm Gladwell.
Watch Conversation 
Tectonic Shifts in Financial Markets
The Center for Global Economy and Business welcomed alumnus Dr. Henry Kaufman to discuss his new book “Tectonic Shifts in Financial Markets: People, Policies, and Institutions” with Professor Kim Schoenholtz.
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Stern on the Scene

 
 

Service Possible 

Oisin Hanrahan, CEO and Co-founder of Handy, joined Professor Luke Williams, MBA students, and alumni for a 2016-2017 Langone Speaker Series event. Read More ▶


Upcoming Events

Tap: Unlocking the Mobile Economy
Thursday, May 4
Attend a book launch discussion with Professor Anindya Ghose to learn about his latest research on mobile, hosted by NYU Stern Alumni Relations as part of the Author Lecture Series. 
Reception and Case Study Session with Professor Tensie Whelan
Wednesday, May 10
Join the Westchester-Fairfield Stern community for an event designed to enhance sustainable business acumen.

 

 

Career Corner

 
 
Job Postings  | Open to Stern Alumni
  • JPMorgan, Executive Director, Corporate and Investment Bank Strategy, New York, NY, Job ID 59344
  • USAA Real Estate Company, Director/Senior Director Fund Accounting, Addison, TX, Job ID 59965
  • AMC Networks, Treasury Analyst, New York, NY, Job ID 59469
  • The Arnold Group, Principal Consultant, Seattle, WA, Job ID 59847
  • NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business, Corporate Engagement and Research Director, Center for Sustainable Business, New York, NY, Link
CAREER ACCOUNT
 
 

#SternPride


Start Up Possible

In a new NYU Stern course, “Tech and the City” created by Professor Arun Sundararajan and Albert Wenger, eight teams of MBA students immersed themselves in early-stage NYC tech companies in order to understand their core business principles and vision and led a customer-inclusive project about the company’s product-market fit. Read More 

 

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