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    Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences has launched a one-year Master of Science in Computing, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation (MS-CEI) degree program in collaboration with the Stern School of Business to foster the next-generation of technical innovators and entrepreneurs.
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    New York University’s Stern School of Business is pleased to announce the establishment of three new scholarship funds for high-potential students transferring from a two-year community college who have been admitted to the Undergraduate College. The scholarships, the first of their kind for transfer students, are made possible thanks to the generosity of Howard Meyers, BS ‘64 and his wife Rory Meyers; Pamela Craig, MBA ‘84, and her husband Robert V. Delaney Jr., MS ‘82; and Martin Cohen, MBA ‘76 and his wife Michele Cohen, all of whom believe in the transformative power of scholarship. Their scholarships help support Stern’s Access Initiative, which aims to create more full-need undergraduate scholarships for talented, low-income students with the brightest future potential. 
  • Washington, D.C.
    New York University Stern School of Business is extending its New York City-based Executive MBA program (EMBA) to downtown Washington, D.C. Now senior-level executives who work in the surrounding region, along with others who can travel periodically, can earn an MBA from the highest ranked EMBA program in this local market. 
  • In a new study, Professor Priya Raghubir, chair of the Marketing Department at NYU Stern School of Business, and former NYU Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar Isabelle Engeler find a gap in how women and men interpret dating situations and intentions, which could lead to problematic misunderstandings between dating partners. 
  • People with higher cognitive abilities are more likely to learn and apply social stereotypes, finds a new study. The results, stemming from a series of experiments, show that those with higher cognitive abilities also more easily unlearn stereotypes when presented with new information. The study ... also included Adam Alter, an associate professor in NYU’s Stern School of Business.
  • Alixandra Barasch
    In a new study, Professor Alixandra Barasch of the NYU Stern School of Business and co-authors, Kristin Diehl of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, Jackie Silverman of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Gal Zauberman at Yale School of Management, find that choosing to take photos may help us remember the visual details of that experience, but at the expense of our nonvisual memory.
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    NYU Stern unveiled its new MBA application for the 2017-18 admissions season to enhance how the School will assess candidates on “fit” with its culture as well as program choice, given the range of degree options now available.
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    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) brought 44 new enforcement actions against public companies or their subsidiaries (public company–related defendants) in the first half of fiscal year 2017, according to a report released today by the NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business and Cornerstone Research. Issuer Reporting and Disclosure remained the most frequent type of allegation against these defendants.
  • New York University Stern School of Business is launching a new category of specialized MBA, optimized for MBA seekers who are firmly committed to business careers either in technology or in fashion and luxury.    
  • Over 500 students, alumni and faculty members from 17 schools and divisions across NYU’s global campuses entered the Entrepreneurs Challenge, hosted by the W.R. Berkley Innovation Labs.
  • In his address, Mr. Kathwari will discuss his reputation as an “activist CEO.” He will share his perspective on the need to balance managing a socially responsible enterprise while also focusing on sound financial performance, and his leadership expertise as it relates to organizing humanitarian efforts. 
  • Cover of Regulating Wall Street: CHOICE Act vs. Dodd-Frank
    The NYU Stern School of Business today announced a new book, Regulating Wall Street: CHOICE Act vs. Dodd-Frank, authored by more than a dozen faculty members from NYU Stern and the NYU School of Law. With the change in power in Washington D.C., both Congress and the Administration seek to repeal parts of the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, streamline regulation and reduce compliance costs. In their analysis, the authors address the prominent issues of financial regulation and examine the benefits and drawbacks of the CHOICE Act—the prominent proposal to reform financial regulation—while comparing it to Dodd-Frank.
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    In response to an increasing demand on dentists to manage both patient care and the business of dentistry, New York University’s College of Dentistry (NYU Dentistry) and its Stern School of Business have created a dual degree DDS/Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.  
  • Four New York University faculty have been awarded fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation: Jayeeta Basu, an assistant professor at NYU School of Medicine; Johannes Stroebel, an associate professor at NYU Stern School of Business; Nicolas Tritsch, an assistant professor in the Neuroscience Institute at NYU School of Medicine; and Daniel Turner, an assistant professor in NYU’s Department of Chemistry.
  • Hila Lifshitz-Assaf
    Using Wikipedia as a case study, NYU Stern Professor Hila Lifshitz-Assaf and co-authors demonstrate how open-innovation organizations organically develop work flows that ensure stable production, despite the lack of pre-defined procedures, established rules or roles. 
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    Digital technology is redefining business models and transforming industries from finance to fashion at an unprecedented pace. In response, NYU Stern School of Business is introducing a new Advanced Professional Certificate (APC) in Digital Business. 
  • NYU Stern is establishing a new merit-based scholarship, the Advancing Women in Business Scholarship, for incoming full-time MBA students. The scholarships will be awarded to students who demonstrate a deep and abiding commitment to advancing women in business and will cover the first year of tuition and mandatory fees. 
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    A faculty team from the NYU Stern School of Business has recently published an eBook, The Infrastructure Finance Challenge, an analysis of the drivers, challenges and actionable choices for the future of infrastructure finance. 
  • NYU Stern School of Business announced that Professor of Finance Viral Acharya has been appointed Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) by the Central Government of India. Professor Acharya will officially begin his three-year term of service on January 20, 2017. 
  • In pursuit of a deeper strategic understanding of how big data increases competitive advantage, 70 energetic business analytics students traveled to Shanghai for a key module in their MS in Business Analytics (MSBA) program.   
     
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    U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) actions against public companies or their subsidiaries (public company–related defendants) outpaced the overall growth in enforcements over the last four fiscal years. SEC actions targeting these defendants in FY 2016 increased 130 percent from FY 2013, compared to a 61 percent increase in all independent or stand-alone enforcement actions.
  • NYU's Stern School of Business, the first business school to establish a FinTech specialization for MBA students, held its inaugural FinTech Conference on November 9, 2016. Featuring keynote speaker Dan Schulman (MBA ‘86), president and CEO of PayPal, the conference addressed many critical issues in the industry, ranging from regulation to public policy, equity crowdfunding, marketplace investing and blockchain technologies.
  • With Veterans Day approaching, New York University’s Stern School of Business is announcing a $15 million endowment gift from alumnus Lorenzo Fertitta (MBA ’93) and brother Frank J. Fertitta III to create a new program exclusively for U.S. military veteran and active duty students who will be entering the School’s full-time MBA program next year.  
  • New research by NYU Stern Professor Sinziana Dorobantu and co-authors, Wharton School Professor Witold Henisz and Moore School Professor Lite Nartey, reveals that stakeholders’ perceptions of an organization are critical in understanding whether a negative news event escalates into a bigger crisis by sparking a broader social movement against the organization. 
  • Research has shown that people are predisposed to believe men are more capable leaders than women, and women with assertive or dominant characteristics are often viewed in a more negative light than their male counterparts. New research from NYU Stern Professor Rebecca Schaumberg finds that this perception is reversed for female leaders who exhibit self-reliance – the capacity to self-govern and control their own outcomes.