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    In April, NYU celebrated Ally Week to promote the practice of “Allyship,” defined as the active and consistent practice of unlearning and re-evaluating beliefs and actions, as a person seeks to work in solidarity with a marginalized individual or group of people.
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    Excerpt from Financial Times -- "As part of orientation for its full-time and part-time MBA programme, Stern has put students to work on short projects that integrate Google Glass and a clip-on camera called Narrative Clip. An early project had teams using the camera to observe New York City streets and then using that data to develop a proposal for improving traffic safety, says Maya Georgieva, associate director of Stern’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, who lead the project."
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    Excerpt from Dhaka Tribune -- "Our assessment is that a valuation of $50bn [for garment industry exports] by 2021 is achievable, but far from guaranteed. To stay on track toward this goal, Bangladesh can’t afford the unsustainability that political unrest, poor working conditions and inadequate infrastructure bring to the garment sector. To make the '$50 billion by 2021' slogan a reality, the garment industry in Bangladesh will have to adopt another refrain since Rana Plaza: 'Business as usual is not an option.'"
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "My internship was just as much a chance to learn about the company, as it was to receive a full-time offer, in a short 10 weeks. So I embraced every opportunity I was given to gain exposure to different areas of the company, whether it was taking on an additional project, attending an industry event, or participating in store visits. This was also an opportunity to demonstrate how my previous work experience in advertising translated to a marketing role within the beauty industry."
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "At Stern School of Business in New York, students received a combined $200,000 in seed funding at a yearly competition for entrepreneurs, held by Stern’s Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. RecoverLINK, a mobile healthcare technology designed for heart failure patients launched by two Stern MBAs, among others, took home $75,000 in funding."
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    Excerpt from Financial Times -- "'How and what we learnt was of a different variety because the whole business environment was so different,' [Goldfrank] recalls, adding that this was in itself valuable in that it showed the challenges of operating in such a different economy. The pace of change in Cuba, where no business school yet exists, is a subject of debate. Tom Pugel, vice-dean of MBA programmes at Stern, is more confident than many of his academic peers and predicts that the country will have its own business school in five years."
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    Excerpt from The Huffington Post -- "I can have all of the book learning in the world, but I must be able to see the situation, accurately assess it, and effectively apply the right knowledge. I now know that if I want to succeed as a leader I must daily train my brain to be ready for these challenges as a leader. The next time a prospective student asks me what I find challenging about business school, I will still say juggling. However, I can now confidently offer them a solution: 'Let me tell you about Stern's mindfulness program.'"
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    Excerpt from TIME -- "We live in a constantly evolving world. Companies are changing the way they do things. New industries and types of companies are emerging. Having an MBA will ensure you are prepared to flourish in this environment. An MBA gives you a broad base of business knowledge, the confidence and the network to embark on any kind of opportunity, whether it’s at your current organization, a new one or in your own business."
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    Excerpt from The Guardian -- "...Bangladesh’s garment sector remains a risky place to do business and a dangerous place to work. An April 2014 report by the NYU Stern Center for Human Rights found that industry efforts to improve factory conditions had affected fewer than 2,000 of the estimated 5,000-6,000 workplaces. Complicating the issue, hidden subcontractors do much of the country’s textile manufacturing work. 'The worst conditions are largely in the factories and facilities that fall outside the scope of these agreements,' the report said."
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    Excerpt from Metro -- "We would like to see applicants take ownership of the application process and to be accountable. Ultimately, it's your application and you need to be responsible for your part of the process."
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    Excerpt from Quartz -- "Meanwhile, one small team of researchers at NYU’s Stern Center for Business and Human Rights has made it their mission to put all of Bangladesh’s garment factories on a single map. 'You can’t do anything to fix something,' Nayantara Banerjee, a Stern graduate fellow and the project’s manager, told Quartz, 'if you can’t find it.'"
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    Excerpt from China Daily -- "Analysts in academia from across the globe reviewed that market on April 17 at New York University's Stern School of Business. It was sponsored by Stern's Center for Global Economy and Business and the Center for Real Estate Finance Research."
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    Excerpt from Vogue India -- "A non-profit, Uplift rehabilitates orphans and juvenile delinquents across India by delivering vocational training alongside a range of 'soft skills' to hundreds of (as he dubs them) at-risk youths. Ever the multitasker, Patel, who has his sights on a career in management consulting, just unveiled Uplift's fifth location in Delhi."
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    Excerpt from MetroMBA -- "The center‘s research will focus on relationships among recruitment companies based in South Asia and construction firms doing business in the Arabian Gulf. The goal of the project is to better understand the incentives and pressures that exist at different points in the chain that are contributing to violations of migrant workers’ rights. The Center expects to publish a report with findings and recommendations in early 2016."
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    Excerpt from BadCredit.org -- "Hard-working, bold and full of ideas, these students are ready to tackle the finance industry and shape the U.S. economy in ways we’ve never seen before."
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    Excerpt from Accepted.com -- "Make sure an MBA program is going to give you the value that you're seeking. It's a big investment. Time, money and effort. And so, be really sure that this is what you need for the next step in your career and profession and that this is the right time to do it."

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    Excerpt from MOGUL -- "Gain knowledge, build your network, and open doors to new opportunities. These are three key benefits of earning your MBA."
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    Excerpt from Fast Company -- "New York-based KitSplit is a self-declared 'Airbnb for creative equipment' that allows production companies, studios, and individual artists to lease out their unused equipment for short-term periods. The company, which launched in December, takes a 15% commission from the rental of equipment leased online. As of this writing, more than $1 million worth of cameras, drones, and other high-end creative equipment are available through the service."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "If this era of war ever ends, and we emerge from the slumber of automated killing to the daylight of moral questioning, we will face a reckoning. If we are honest with ourselves, the answers won’t be simple."
  • BusinessBecause
    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "Students on Stern’s master in business analytics program, which filled its class of 60 and closed the admissions process a month early, also 'get their hands dirty' with programming language. 'We are teaching the managers [and] executives who need to understand the language of analytics and how to leverage data to make strategic decisions,' said Roy Lee, Stern's assistant dean of global degree programs, in an interview with BusinessBecause."
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    Prof. David Yermack's course on bitcoin is highlighted

    February 23, 2015
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    Excerpt from BusinessBecause -- "Offered jointly by Stern and NYU’s law school, the course covered topics such as bitcoin as an investment and the trading of bitcoin, and the legal and regulatory treatment of the currency. It ran from September to December 2014. 'We are exploring a new technology that raises interesting questions about the nature of money and how that is likely to change in the future,' said David Yermack, a finance professor at Stern who created the course with law school professor Geoff Miller."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "Advanced Professional Certificate students are to take 15 units, a quarter of the number required for an MBA, on a part-time basis, in MBA classes that have capacity. Each student will follow one of three tracks: finance, marketing, or general business. 'The finance track could quickly empower people who didn’t major in finance in college, but who now work in the industry, with a broader perspective that helps them excel in their function,' says Isser Gallogly, assistant dean of MBA admissions. 'Liberal arts majors can combine the fundamentals of marketing with the latest thinking in analytics and digital through the marketing track. Entrepreneurs without a business degree can customize the handful of business courses they want to take in the general business track. Others with an MBA may want to delve into a new area of interest.'"
  • NYU Stern and The Clearing House Launch Gallatin Lecture Series feature
    NYU Stern Professor and Nobel Laureate Robert Engle delivered the inaugural “Gallatin Lecture Series on Banking,” the first in a series of four lectures jointly hosted by NYU Stern and The Clearing House.
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "This past week, New York University’s Stern School of Business announced a new scholarship program. It will give 10 low-income undergraduate students the opportunity to attend Stern without incurring the burden of debt for the next four years. Alumnus Leonard R. Stern has donated $5.75 million to fund the new Leonard R. Stern New York City scholarship program aimed at high-achieving low income high school students in the city."
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    Excerpt from Forbes -- "We can only expect localization demands to increase—and business pressures to pull in the opposite direction. While the political dynamics have shifted, companies should still have respect for human rights—and the strength of the global Internet—at the forefront of decisions over where to store their data."

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