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Two-year Full-time MBA student Penny Burgess (MBA '23) column: "As the World Sterns: Living, Learning, And Doing Business In Cape Town."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "Overall, none of this life-changing experience would have been possible without the people we shared it with. This included our incredible organizers from both NYU Stern and University of Cape Town. Thanks to their planning, we learned more beyond just doing business in South Africa. We also received a series of lectures on the economic and political landscape of Africa as a continent, the complex issues behind food insecurity in South Africa, and how tourism can become more sustainable to both the environment and the community."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "Overall, none of this life-changing experience would have been possible without the people we shared it with. This included our incredible organizers from both NYU Stern and University of Cape Town. Thanks to their planning, we learned more beyond just doing business in South Africa. We also received a series of lectures on the economic and political landscape of Africa as a continent, the complex issues behind food insecurity in South Africa, and how tourism can become more sustainable to both the environment and the community."

School News

NYU Stern's Stern Center for Business and Human Rights is highlighted as a pioneering institute; Professor Michael Posner is quoted: "How to Study Business With a Focus on Human Rights."

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Excerpt from U.S. News & World Report -- "I think more and more companies are realizing whatever they're doing, there's a human rights component," says Michael Posner, founder and director of New York University's Stern Center for Business and Human Rights. "And business schools ought to be preparing the next generation of business leaders to tackle those issues in a smart way."

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Excerpt from U.S. News & World Report -- "I think more and more companies are realizing whatever they're doing, there's a human rights component," says Michael Posner, founder and director of New York University's Stern Center for Business and Human Rights. "And business schools ought to be preparing the next generation of business leaders to tackle those issues in a smart way."

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NYU Stern's Undergraduate College is recognized for having the highest SAT score for its admitted class among top b-schools: "Poets & Quants’ Best Undergraduate Business Schools of 2023."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "And five schools admitted classes that had an average SAT score of at least 1500, with New York University's Stern School of Business leading the way with an average of 1542."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "And five schools admitted classes that had an average SAT score of at least 1500, with New York University's Stern School of Business leading the way with an average of 1542."

School News

A testamentary gift from Anne E. Tasca (BS ’88), who named Stern as a beneficiary in her estate planning, is spotlighted; Chair of the Stern Executive Board Andre J.L. Koo (MBA ’94) is quoted: "NYU Stern Receives $53.6 Million From Alumna Anne Tasca."

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Excerpt from Philanthropy News Digest -- “Anne is a role model who has elevated the standards around educational access to phenomenal heights,” said NYU Stern executive board chair Andre J.L. Koo (MBA ’94), “We are enormously grateful for her vision, for her commitment, and for modeling so superbly the impact of what can be achieved through legacy giving.”

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Excerpt from Philanthropy News Digest -- “Anne is a role model who has elevated the standards around educational access to phenomenal heights,” said NYU Stern executive board chair Andre J.L. Koo (MBA ’94), “We are enormously grateful for her vision, for her commitment, and for modeling so superbly the impact of what can be achieved through legacy giving.”

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A testamentary gift for future scholarships from Anne E. Tasca (BS ’88), who named Stern as a beneficiary in her estate planning, is spotlighted: "NYU’s Stern School of Business Gets a $53.6 Million Commitment for Global Learning."

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Excerpt from The Chronicle of Philanthropy -- "The business school has received a commitment of $53.6 million from Anne Tasca to back scholarships for undergraduate and MBA students. The planned bequest will also pay for study abroad and travel opportunities for students, and endow a faculty chair named for her father, the economist and American diplomat Henry Tasca." 

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Excerpt from The Chronicle of Philanthropy -- "The business school has received a commitment of $53.6 million from Anne Tasca to back scholarships for undergraduate and MBA students. The planned bequest will also pay for study abroad and travel opportunities for students, and endow a faculty chair named for her father, the economist and American diplomat Henry Tasca." 

Research Center Events

Book Talk: A More Just Future with Professor Dolly Chugh and Senior Associate Dean Victor Mullins

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Join award-winning Stern professor, psychologist, and author Dolly Chugh in conversation with Stern's beloved Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Victor Mullins as they look at the emotional relationship we have with our country and its complicated past.

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Dolly Chugh Victor Mullins book talk

Join award-winning Stern professor, psychologist, and author Dolly Chugh in conversation with Stern's beloved Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Victor Mullins as they look at the emotional relationship we have with our country and its complicated past.

School News

NYU Stern is included in a trend story about starting compensation for Full-time MBA graduates of top b-schools: "Top 10 MBAs for Lucrative Jobs in 2023."

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Excerpt from Find MBA -- "At Stern in New York City, the median base salary increased $15,000 to $170,000, while signing bonuses matched last year’s record of $35,000." 

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Excerpt from Find MBA -- "At Stern in New York City, the median base salary increased $15,000 to $170,000, while signing bonuses matched last year’s record of $35,000." 

Business and Policy Leader Events

InnovateESG 2023

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On Friday, February 24, 2023, the Chen Institute for Global Real Estate Finance hosted "InnovateESG 2023: Advancing Real Estate’s Environmental, Social, and Governance Missions Through PropTech and Innovation." Anthony Malkin, Chairman, President, and CEO of Empire State Realty Trust, joined the forum as keynote speaker.

Business and Policy Leader Events
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On Friday, February 24, 2023, the Chen Institute for Global Real Estate Finance hosted "InnovateESG 2023: Advancing Real Estate’s Environmental, Social, and Governance Missions Through PropTech and Innovation." Anthony Malkin, Chairman, President, and CEO of Empire State Realty Trust, joined the forum as keynote speaker.

Research Center Events

NYU Stern's 18th Annual Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference

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The theme of the 18th Annual Conference will be Inflation & Valuation, the onset of new risks in alternative investing and will explore the impact of new risks: inflation, rising interest rates, geopolitical turmoil and climate contribution to the surge in volatility and slowdown in alternative investing with 6 different panels, industry speakers and a networking lunch and mixer.

Research Center Events
A flyer for Stern's 18th annual private equity and venture capital conference

The theme of the 18th Annual Conference will be Inflation & Valuation, the onset of new risks in alternative investing and will explore the impact of new risks: inflation, rising interest rates, geopolitical turmoil and climate contribution to the surge in volatility and slowdown in alternative investing with 6 different panels, industry speakers and a networking lunch and mixer.

School News

A $53.6M testamentary gift — the largest single gift ever received by Stern — from Anne E. Tasca (BS ’88), who named Stern in her estate planning, is spotlighted; Dean Raghu Sundaram is quoted: "NYU Stern Receives Largest Gift In School History: $53.6M."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “There is only one word to describe Anne’s generosity and that is ‘breathtaking,’” Stern Dean Raghu Sundaram says.

Press Releases

Anne E. Tasca Gives NYU Stern $53.6 Million, the Largest Single Gift in the School’s History

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Today, New York University Stern School of Business announced a landmark gift of $53.6 million from alumna Anne E. Tasca (BS ’88) that represents three remarkable milestones for the School: the largest single gift in the School’s history; the largest total giving amount from a woman donor; and the largest total testamentary commitment ever received from a single donor by the School. 

Press Releases
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Today, New York University Stern School of Business announced a landmark gift of $53.6 million from alumna Anne E. Tasca (BS ’88) that represents three remarkable milestones for the School: the largest single gift in the School’s history; the largest total giving amount from a woman donor; and the largest total testamentary commitment ever received from a single donor by the School. 

School News

NYU Stern's Langone Part-time MBA Program Online/Modular Option is highlighted; Dean Raghu Sundaram is quoted: "U.S. Schools Change Strategy."

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Excerpt from Find MBA -- “We live in a world in which the norms and needs of organizations and the professionals who work for them continue to evolve, often with great speed,” says Raghu Sundaram, dean at NYU Stern. “We recognize that one size does not fit all and hope to be giving students more innovative ways to customize their MBA experience.”

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Excerpt from Find MBA -- “We live in a world in which the norms and needs of organizations and the professionals who work for them continue to evolve, often with great speed,” says Raghu Sundaram, dean at NYU Stern. “We recognize that one size does not fit all and hope to be giving students more innovative ways to customize their MBA experience.”

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Experiential learning with Stern's Center for Sustainable Business is highlighted; Vice Dean of MBA and Graduate Programs JP Eggers and current student Yurany Hernandez (MBA '23) are quoted: "MBA Projects Target Real-World Impact."

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Excerpt from Financial Times -- “We’ve seen a significant growth in the number of organisations that can benefit from expertise delivered through MBAs with deep knowledge of traditional business, as well as sustainability,” says JP Eggers, vice-dean of MBA and graduate programmes at New York University’s Stern School of Business.

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Excerpt from Financial Times -- “We’ve seen a significant growth in the number of organisations that can benefit from expertise delivered through MBAs with deep knowledge of traditional business, as well as sustainability,” says JP Eggers, vice-dean of MBA and graduate programmes at New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Student Club Events

NYU’s 13th Annual Social Innovation Symposium: Better Together

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This will be the 13th annual Symposium planned in collaboration between NYU’s Stern School of Business, the School of Law, and the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, attracting hundreds of students, academics, and professionals working across the public, private and social sectors. 

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This will be the 13th annual Symposium planned in collaboration between NYU’s Stern School of Business, the School of Law, and the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, attracting hundreds of students, academics, and professionals working across the public, private and social sectors. 

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 included: "People and Places: February 7, 2023."

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Excerpt from AACSB Insights -- "New York University Stern School of Business has announced a 25 million USD testamentary gift from alumnus and Stern executive board member Kenneth G. Langone and his wife, Elaine. The money will fund scholarships to support students in the school’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program, especially military veterans and active-duty military personnel. Langone, a co-founder of Home Depot and the founder of Invemed Associates, previously donated 10 million USD to Stern, which named the part-time MBA in his honor."

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Excerpt from AACSB Insights -- "New York University Stern School of Business has announced a 25 million USD testamentary gift from alumnus and Stern executive board member Kenneth G. Langone and his wife, Elaine. The money will fund scholarships to support students in the school’s Langone Part-Time MBA Program, especially military veterans and active-duty military personnel. Langone, a co-founder of Home Depot and the founder of Invemed Associates, previously donated 10 million USD to Stern, which named the part-time MBA in his honor."

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NYU Stern recognized as the best b-school to boost full-time MBA career prospects; Vice Dean of MBA and Graduate Programs J.P. Eggers is quoted: "MBA Ranking: Business School Careers, Culture And Curriculum."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “EQ is core to Stern’s values; we screen for it, we stress it in our admissions process,” Eggers tells P&Q in a 2022 interview. “I can confirm that when I speak with employers (recruiters and hiring managers) and ask about what they see from our students that is different, this is 100% what they say – Stern MBAs are team-oriented, cooperative, fun to be around, different and unique, and possess high EQ. At the same time, Stern MBAs bring strong tech and quantitative skills to the table. Data analytics is part of Stern’s core curriculum and is built into so many classes throughout the MBA experience. In today’s global, tech-driven environment, it’s a cost of entry requirement for doing business.”

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — “EQ is core to Stern’s values; we screen for it, we stress it in our admissions process,” Eggers tells P&Q in a 2022 interview. “I can confirm that when I speak with employers (recruiters and hiring managers) and ask about what they see from our students that is different, this is 100% what they say – Stern MBAs are team-oriented, cooperative, fun to be around, different and unique, and possess high EQ. At the same time, Stern MBAs bring strong tech and quantitative skills to the table. Data analytics is part of Stern’s core curriculum and is built into so many classes throughout the MBA experience. In today’s global, tech-driven environment, it’s a cost of entry requirement for doing business.”

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 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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On Friday, January 27, 2023, the NYU Stern Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research and the NYU Stern Volatility and Risk Institute co-hosted a conference focusing on the many pending issues regarding digital assets. The conference explored how frameworks for governance, pending regulation, legal and accounting intersect for digital assets

Research Center Events
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On Friday, January 27, 2023, the NYU Stern Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research and the NYU Stern Volatility and Risk Institute co-hosted a conference focusing on the many pending issues regarding digital assets. The conference explored 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.”

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