Faculty News

Professor and Vice Dean Mor Armony Receives the 2024 Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM) Distinguished Fellows Award

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On July 2, 2024, Mor Armony, Vice Dean for Faculty and Research, Harvey Golub Professor of Business Leadership and Professor of Technology, Operations & Statistics, received the 2024 Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM) Distinguished Fellows Award, which recognizes outstanding research and scholarship in operations management.

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Executive Director for MBA Admissions Lindsay Loyd in-depth Q&A interview: "Admissions Director Q&A: Lindsay Loyd of NYU Stern."

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Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "This may seem obvious because 'New York' is in our name and is our location, but it goes so much deeper than that; what sets us apart is how we leverage NYC across many dimensions! Stern is in and of the city, and we’ve made it a priority to be intertwined with it. What does this mean for our students? The many benefits of this one-of-a-kind city we call home are core to our MBA programs, from our curriculum, to internships, to careers and lifelong peer networks."
 

Press Releases

Student-Led NYU Impact Investment Fund (NIIF) Invests in Company That Offers Systemic Solutions to Improving Maternal and Neonatal Health in Low-resource Settings

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The student-led NYU Impact Investment Fund (NIIF) has completed its latest investment with an investment in Maternova, a company that offers systemic solutions to improving maternal and neonatal health in low-resource settings by accelerating the commercialization of a fundamental set of medical devices needed to save maternal and newborn lives.  

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Professor Robert Seamans interview: "3 MBA Programs Equipping Students for the AI-Driven Future."

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Excerpt from Find MBA -- “'My goal is to make sure students are critical thinkers and lifelong learners. I encourage them to dabble with AI, but try not to put it on a pedestal,' Seamans says. He prepares his students by integrating AI into courses on strategy, game theory and data-driven decision making, while also directing Stern’s Center for the Future of Management, which focuses on the evolving global business landscape."

Research Center Events

Market Microstructure and Financial Stability: Is there a Link?

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Hosted by the NYU Stern Volatility and Risk Institute, the symposium "Market Microstructure and Financial Stability: Is There a Link?" is a joint initiative by the Jain Family Institute (JFI) and the Yale School of Management Financial Stability Program (YPFS).

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NYU Stern's new Initiative on Purpose and Flourishing, led by Professor of Management Practice Suzy Welch, is featured: "People and Places: June 24."

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Excerpt from AACSB Insights -- "The Stern School of Business at New York University in New York City is launching a new Initiative on Purpose and Flourishing. The goal is to bring together business leaders and management scholars to help individuals answer the question, 'What should I do with my life, and why?' To that end, the initiative will focus on program development, conferences and events, and research and outreach. It will be led by professor of management Suzy Welch, who teaches a class called 'Becoming You: Crafting the Authentic Life You Want and Need.'"

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NYU Stern's refreshed one-year Luxury & Retail MBA Program is highlighted in a dedicated feature; Professor Thomaï Serdari is quoted: "NYU Stern Announces Updates to Specialized MBA."

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Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "NYU Stern’s one-year MBA in luxury is changing: after a five-year stint as the ‘Fashion and Luxury’ MBA, it has been refreshed and given the new name of NYU Stern Luxury & Retail MBA. Stern is rolling out updates for the one-year program – promising to put its wildly-popular experiential learning firmly at the front and center, to rebrand in order to better reflect program content, and to imbue its curriculum with ever more industry contact." 

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Vice Dean for MBA and Graduate Programs J.P. Eggers is quoted: "What is an MBA? Everything applicants need to know."

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Excerpt from Fortune -- “'I think getting an MBA in general, and certainly more now, is about being adaptable, being able to be able to learn, being able to figure out what’s next for you all the time,' explains J.P. Eggers, vice dean for MBA and graduate programs at NYU’s Stern School of Business."

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NYU Stern's Full-time MBA, Luxury & Retail MBA, and Andre Koo Technology and Entrepreneurship MBA Programs are included in a round-up story about application deadlines: "Wharton, NYU Stern & Michigan Ross Release MBA Application Deadlines and Essays."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "NYU Stern boasts unique application requirements. That starts with the Pick Six Essay, where students select six photos accompanied by a one sentence caption to reflect the passions and pursuits. Consider it a conversation starter that spotlights who candidates are beyond their academic achievements and professional credentials. Along with a 150-word introduction and a 500-word optional essay, Stern also assigns an essay around its identity – “Change. Dare it. Dream it. Drive it” – that is also the structure of its revamped core curriculum. Here, MBA applicants select one word to accompany “Change” to show how change has impacted their personal narrative and how they will embrace it at Stern – all in 350 words."
 

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Executive Director for MBA Admissions Lindsay Loyd podcast interview: "Episode 357: Insights from Top MBA Admissions Directors."

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Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "All sorts of people go to business school and no you don't need a business degree in undergrad. So we certainly have folks who have done an undergraduate degree in business, but we also have economics, STEM fields, liberal arts, history ... We have people from the military, we have people from Teach for America — all sorts of backgrounds." 
 

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Vice Dean for MBA and Graduate Programs J.P. Eggers discusses what students should consider when deciding on the format of an MBA program.

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Excerpt from Fortune -- “'If what a student mostly needs is—and what they're after is—the credential and the education, there's a lot of evidence that many of the elements that are available through online programs or part time programs can be really good at ways to deliver those things,' adds Eggers, who soon will lead the Stern school as its interim dean."

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Andre Koo Technology and Entrepreneurship MBA alumna Rutu Suthar (MBA '24) shares her experience in a Stern Solutions experiential learning project: "Fridays from the Frontline: Building Community-Powered Entrepreneurship in India."

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Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "I was drawn to this course because a key reason for pursuing an MBA was to create far-reaching social impact in my career. Naturally, I jumped at the opportunity to do so within the program itself. I had always imagined my MBA journey taking me beyond the classroom and to parts of the world that could benefit the most from the skills and resources I was acquiring. On a personal level, I have always shared a connection with India through my family and was keen to discover it through this unique new lens."

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NYU Stern's two-year Full-time MBA Class of 2023 starting compensation is featured: "US MBA Grads Can Earn Six-Figure Salaries In These Industries."

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Excerpt from BusinessBecause — "MBA graduates from NYU Stern who enter the entertainment, media, and sports sectors can expect six-figure salaries."
 

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Professor Zhengyuan Zhou in-depth Q&A interview: "2024 Best 40-Under-40 MBA Professors: Zhengyuan Zhou, NYU Stern School of Business."

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Excerpt from Poets & Quants — "My research broadly focuses on leveraging and developing reinforcement learning tools to learn optimal policies in a diverse range of applications of societal interest, such as revenue management in retailers and online platforms, inventory and logistics management in supply chains, and load balancing in energy markets, to name just a few."
 

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