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A testamentary gift from Kenneth Langone (MBA ’60) and his wife, Elaine, as pledged in their will to provide scholarships in the School’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program in the future, is featured in a story highlighting several donations.

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Excerpt from The Chronicle of Philanthropy -- "Ken and Elaine Langone pledged $25 million to support scholarships for students attending the business school’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program. The program was launched in 1999 with a $10 million donation from the Langones; it enables working professionals to pursue an M.B.A. through courses held on weeknights, Saturdays, or online. Much of the couple’s latest gift will be directed toward assisting military veterans and active-duty military personnel in the program."

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Excerpt from The Chronicle of Philanthropy -- "Ken and Elaine Langone pledged $25 million to support scholarships for students attending the business school’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program. The program was launched in 1999 with a $10 million donation from the Langones; it enables working professionals to pursue an M.B.A. through courses held on weeknights, Saturdays, or online. Much of the couple’s latest gift will be directed toward assisting military veterans and active-duty military personnel in the program."

Research Center Events

Governance, Regulation and Accounting for Digital Assets

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NYU Stern Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research and the NYU Stern Volatility and Risk Institute are co-hosting a conference focusing on the many pending issues regarding digital assets. Our conference will explore how frameworks for governance, pending regulation, legal and accounting intersect for digital assets.

Research Center Events
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NYU Stern Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research and the NYU Stern Volatility and Risk Institute are co-hosting a conference focusing on the many pending issues regarding digital assets. Our conference will explore how frameworks for governance, pending regulation, legal and accounting intersect for digital assets.

School News

A testamentary gift from Kenneth Langone (MBA ’60) and his wife, Elaine, as pledged in their will to provide scholarships in the School’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program in the future, is featured: "$25M Gift To Boost Scholarships To Elite Part-Time MBA."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “Ken and his wife Elaine are believers in the American Dream and are deeply dedicated philanthropists, as reflected in their naming of NYU Langone Health and their significant support of a variety of philanthropic causes,” says Raghu Sundaram, NYU Stern’s dean, in a news release from the school. “This is just one more example of their extraordinary generosity. The Langone Part-Time MBA Program has long been a pillar and flagship offering of Stern, and we are enormously grateful to the Langone family for their longstanding commitment to supporting our working professional students and helping Stern sustain this program as one of the nation’s very best.”

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “Ken and his wife Elaine are believers in the American Dream and are deeply dedicated philanthropists, as reflected in their naming of NYU Langone Health and their significant support of a variety of philanthropic causes,” says Raghu Sundaram, NYU Stern’s dean, in a news release from the school. “This is just one more example of their extraordinary generosity. The Langone Part-Time MBA Program has long been a pillar and flagship offering of Stern, and we are enormously grateful to the Langone family for their longstanding commitment to supporting our working professional students and helping Stern sustain this program as one of the nation’s very best.”

Press Releases

NYU Stern’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program Receives $25 Million Testamentary Gift from its Naming Benefactor

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Today, New York University Stern School of Business announced a new $25 million testamentary gift from alumnus and Stern Executive Board member Kenneth G. Langone (MBA ’60) and his wife, Elaine, for scholarships to support the School’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program, especially military veterans and active-duty military personnel in the program.

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Today, New York University Stern School of Business announced a new $25 million testamentary gift from alumnus and Stern Executive Board member Kenneth G. Langone (MBA ’60) and his wife, Elaine, for scholarships to support the School’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program, especially military veterans and active-duty military personnel in the program.

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Record-breaking compensation for NYU Stern's Full-time MBA Class of 2022 is included in a piece featuring top b-schools: "MBA Salaries & Bonuses At The Top 30 U.S. Business Schools."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "Overall in 2022, the biggest average bonus was at NYU Stern, whose grads reported receiving $40,936."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "Overall in 2022, the biggest average bonus was at NYU Stern, whose grads reported receiving $40,936."

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A dedicated feature on Professor Johannes Stroebel includes an in-depth Q&A interview: "The P&Q Interview: NYU Stern’s Johannes Stroebel, Winner of the Fischer Black Prize For Financial Research With Impact."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “We are extraordinarily proud of Johannes for winning this distinguished award,” says Raghu Sundaram, NYU Stern’s dean. “He is an exceptional colleague and a thought leader in the profession, including in important emerging areas such as climate finance and social networks, and this award is yet another testament to the enormous significance and impact of his research.”

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “We are extraordinarily proud of Johannes for winning this distinguished award,” says Raghu Sundaram, NYU Stern’s dean. “He is an exceptional colleague and a thought leader in the profession, including in important emerging areas such as climate finance and social networks, and this award is yet another testament to the enormous significance and impact of his research.”

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NYU Stern admissions interview questions for the School's Full-time MBA Program are included in a trend story featuring top b-schools: "2023 MBA Interview Questions: A School-By-School List."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — Example questions from NYU Stern Full-time MBA interviews include:

"A time you demonstrated EQ?"
 

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — Example questions from NYU Stern Full-time MBA interviews include:

"A time you demonstrated EQ?"
 

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NYU Stern's "Doing Business in... (DBi) New Zealand" course is highlighted: "Otago, New York Universities Join Forces."

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Excerpt from Otago Daily Times —  "The programme was part of the MBA course offered by Stern to strengthen students’ business skills and to understand new markets, Otago Business School Dean Prof Robin Gauld said."

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Excerpt from Otago Daily Times —  "The programme was part of the MBA course offered by Stern to strengthen students’ business skills and to understand new markets, Otago Business School Dean Prof Robin Gauld said."

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NYU Stern's Langone Part-time MBA Online/Modular Option is highlighted: "Elite US Business Schools To Add Online MBA Options In 2023."

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Excerpt from BusinessBecause —  "New York University's Stern School of Business is another elite institution adding an online option in 2023. In the fall of 2022, NYU Stern gave part-time MBA students an online option for most classes.


"Stern emphasizes that this is not an Online MBA per say but a hybrid option that allows a combination of teaching, with students required to take nine in-person courses." 
 

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Excerpt from BusinessBecause —  "New York University's Stern School of Business is another elite institution adding an online option in 2023. In the fall of 2022, NYU Stern gave part-time MBA students an online option for most classes.


"Stern emphasizes that this is not an Online MBA per say but a hybrid option that allows a combination of teaching, with students required to take nine in-person courses." 
 

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Professor Anne Weisberg in-depth podcast interview: "Ep. 12 Inclusive Leadership, Anne Weisberg, NYU."

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Excerpt from ExecU the Podcast —  “It's very important when you're doing leadership development programs for specific groups within your organization, that they don't feel like it's remedial, and that it's not perceived as like something is wrong with these people that we need to fix, but rather, we're investing in these people because it's good for our business.”

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Excerpt from ExecU the Podcast —  “It's very important when you're doing leadership development programs for specific groups within your organization, that they don't feel like it's remedial, and that it's not perceived as like something is wrong with these people that we need to fix, but rather, we're investing in these people because it's good for our business.”

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Professor Anat Lechner in-depth podcast interview: "Ep. 2 Structuring for Innovation, Anat Lechner, NYU."

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Excerpt from ExecU the Podcast —  “When an environment becomes psychologically unsafe for people, many retreat, or in any case [are] thrown out of balance. So instead of being assertive you'll either become more aggressive or you'll become more defensive…”

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Excerpt from ExecU the Podcast —  “When an environment becomes psychologically unsafe for people, many retreat, or in any case [are] thrown out of balance. So instead of being assertive you'll either become more aggressive or you'll become more defensive…”

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NYU Stern's unique Fashion & Luxury MBA Program is spotlighted in a dedicated feature; Professor Thomaï Serdari is quoted: "NYU Stern’s One-Year Fashion & Luxury MBA Is One Of A Kind."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “When I was looking at MBA programs, it was quite literally the only one that allowed me to get such a focused degree from an esteemed and respected university, and also only have to leave the industry for a year.”

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “When I was looking at MBA programs, it was quite literally the only one that allowed me to get such a focused degree from an esteemed and respected university, and also only have to leave the industry for a year.”

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Record-breaking pay for NYU Stern's Full-time MBA Class of 2022 is highlighted; Associate Dean of Career Services Brian Ruggiero is quoted: "The Economic Slowdown Has Not Dimmed Career Prospects for Graduates of the World's Top Business Schools Yet."

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Excerpt from Find MBA -- “'Our top hiring industries remained consistent, with consulting, investment banking, and tech topping the list,' says Brian Ruggiero, NYU Stern associate dean of career services."
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Excerpt from Find MBA -- “'Our top hiring industries remained consistent, with consulting, investment banking, and tech topping the list,' says Brian Ruggiero, NYU Stern associate dean of career services."
Press Releases

Professor Johannes Stroebel Wins 2023 Fischer Black Prize

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Johannes Stroebel, the David S. Loeb Professor of Finance at New York University Stern School of Business, has received the 2023 Fischer Black Prize from the American Finance Association (AFA).
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Johannes Stroebel, the David S. Loeb Professor of Finance at New York University Stern School of Business, has received the 2023 Fischer Black Prize from the American Finance Association (AFA).
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Professor Brian Hanssen is recognized: "The Favorite Business Professors Of The Class of 2022."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- “Professor Brian Hanssen is my favorite professor because he cares about each and every single one of his students. He taught me Organizational Communication and because of him, it’s one of my favorite classes at Stern."
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Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- “Professor Brian Hanssen is my favorite professor because he cares about each and every single one of his students. He taught me Organizational Communication and because of him, it’s one of my favorite classes at Stern."
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NYU Stern Andre Koo Technology and Entrepreneurship MBA alumna Sam Jordan (MBA '22) is profiled for her startup: "2022 Most Disruptive MBA Startups: TrovBase, New York University (Stern)."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "Professor Deepak Hegde, founding director of Endless Frontier Labs at NYU Stern and director of the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship, was extremely helpful in shaping our early plans. Hegde taught me to approach the startup like a scientist, which is through data-driven hypothesis testing. This, along with teaching me how to weigh trade-offs when choosing our initial target market and how to approach the go-to market based on our choice of customer, ensured that we had a product that people wanted."
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Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "Professor Deepak Hegde, founding director of Endless Frontier Labs at NYU Stern and director of the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship, was extremely helpful in shaping our early plans. Hegde taught me to approach the startup like a scientist, which is through data-driven hypothesis testing. This, along with teaching me how to weigh trade-offs when choosing our initial target market and how to approach the go-to market based on our choice of customer, ensured that we had a product that people wanted."
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The record-breaking compensation for NYU Stern's Full-time MBA Class of 2022 is highlighted: "MBA Grads From These 6 Top Business Schools Landed $200K Starting Pay Packages in 2022."

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Excerpt from Fortune -- "Based on 2022 salary reports released thus far, Fortune has compiled a list of business schools that see their grads land starting pay packages—including base and bonus pay—of at least $200,000."
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Excerpt from Fortune -- "Based on 2022 salary reports released thus far, Fortune has compiled a list of business schools that see their grads land starting pay packages—including base and bonus pay—of at least $200,000."
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Professor Ashish Bhatia in-depth Q&A interview: "2022 Best Undergraduate Professors: Ashish Bhatia, New York University Stern School of Business."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "He developed and leads NYU Stern’s Business, Technology, and Entrepreneurship (BTE) program, a new type of undergraduate degree. One of BTE’s defining features is a first-year experiential learning experience with a Design Sprint and Data Sprint where students learn by engaging with companies on real challenges. He also developed and teaches NYC Entrepreneurship Lab, an experiential class pairing students with startups."
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Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "He developed and leads NYU Stern’s Business, Technology, and Entrepreneurship (BTE) program, a new type of undergraduate degree. One of BTE’s defining features is a first-year experiential learning experience with a Design Sprint and Data Sprint where students learn by engaging with companies on real challenges. He also developed and teaches NYC Entrepreneurship Lab, an experiential class pairing students with startups."

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