Throughout the academic year, Dean of Students Conor Grennan invites Stern MBA students to join him for lunch and conversation. Students will have unique access to Stern’s leadership, to share their thoughts about the school, and discuss important business issues with the dean and their peers.
When allowed by the university, Dean Grennan typically hosts weekly lunches for first-year MBA students both on- and off-campus. These small group lunches allow students to join Dean Grennan and a guest colleague for conversation and a discussion on any and all Stern related topics.
Dean of Students, Conor Grennan
Conor Grennan is Dean of Students for the MBA program at NYU Stern. Before Stern, Conor spent 8 years in Prague and Brussels at the EastWest Institute, a think tank focused on international conflict resolution. Conor is the founder of Next Generation Nepal, a non-profit dedicated to rescuing and reconnecting trafficked children in Nepal. While earning his MBA at Stern, Conor wrote the NY Times bestselling memoir, Little Princes: One Man’s Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal.