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  UPDATE MY CONTACT INFO | SEARCH ALUMNI DIRECTORY June 2015  
 
 
 
Words of
Wisdom
 
Last Saturday, we welcomed 482 new graduates into the GSB alumni community. What advice would you pass on to the Class of 2015? Share a piece of life, career, or business advice on Twitter with #GSB15.
 
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VIRTUAL
 
Getting (More)
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NEW GROUP
 
Stanford Professionals in Energy
 
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NEW BENEFIT
 
Explore GSB Case Studies
 
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FRANCE
 
Stanford Alumni Golf Tournament
 
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Stanford Alumni
Golf Tournament in Europe
 
August 22 | Biaritz, France
 
Take part in the IV Biarritz Scramble Cup 2015! Co-organized by the Stanford University alumni clubs in Spain, France, Portugal, and the United Kingdom, all GSB alumni are invited to join in for this boisterous event, where partners must choose each others' stroke at least once at each hole. The tournament will be held in the second oldest golf club in Continental Europe, Golf de Biarritz-Le Phare. Don't miss out!
 
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Stanford Sierra Camp
 
October 1-4, 2015 | Lake Tahoe, CA
 
There are limited spots remaining for the annual GSB Family Camp Weekend at beautiful Fallen Leaf Lake. Don't miss this opportunity to spend time with your family and other GSB alumni for Kid's Camp, hiking, biking, BBQ, s'mores, and fun!
 
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JULY
16
 
Getting (More of) What You Want
 
July 16 | Free Webinar
 
Learn how to integrate the latest economic and psychological research to become a more successful, more effective negotiator. In this free webinar, Professor Maggie Neale will share insights from her new book, Getting (More of) What You Want: How the Secrets of Economics and Psychology Can Help You Negotiate Anything, in Business and in Life. You will learn how to avoid common mistakes and discover the counter-intuitive methods that successful negotiators use to get (more of) what they want.
 
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Challenges and Opportunities of Innovation
June 26 | Free Virtual Event
 
Our Bay Area and Beijing alumni chapters have joined forces to organize an event focusing on innovation considered both broadly as well as within the context of China's growing economy. Featuring GSB Professor Yossi Feinberg, and Dongming Chen, Dean of the School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Peking University in Beijing, the discussion will be broadcast live online as the two participate virtually from their home campuses. Advanced registration is required.
 
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Evaluate a Venture Project
 
On Campus and in Global Locations
 
Stanford Ignite seeks entrepreneurs, CEOs, and industry experts to evaluate innovative venture projects devised by student teams. The Stanford Ignite certificate program, offered in cities around the world, helps innovators to develop and commercialize their ideas. This summer, the full-time program and post-9/11 veterans program will be offered to current Stanford graduate students, working professionals, and recent U.S. veterans. If you’d like to participate as a panelist, please indicate your interest on this form.
 
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MBA Admissions Is Coming to a City Near You
Global Locations
 
MBA Admissions will be holding events for prospective applicants in over 100 cities around the world. As alumni, you are our most valuable resource for identifying talent. Please encourage any prospective applicants to attend an information session.
 
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Words of Wisdom
 
Advice for the Class of 2015
 
Last weekend we welcomed 482 new graduates into our alumni community. Tom Steyer, MBA '83, offered sage advice to the new grads in his commencement address. What words of wisdom would you share with the Class of 2015? Tag your 1-2 sentence piece of life, career, or business advice on Twitter with #GSB15. You can also view students' photos of their last days on campus, and read other alums’ words of advice in the GSB Facebook album.
 
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Stanford Professionals in Energy
New Alumni Group
 
Three GSB alumni (Alicia Seiger, '02; Josh Richman, '05; and Sydney Larson, '15) are proud to announce the launch of Stanford Professionals in Energy (SPIE), Stanford's first alumni group focused on energy. Open to all Stanford alumni, the goal of SPIE is to serve as a platform for sharing information and ideas across the energy sector: from renewables and electric vehicles to oil and gas and utilities. SPIE will foster increased alumni engagement with the innovative and extensive energy-related activities occurring on Stanford's campus, and will also facilitate collaboration between generations of alumni leaders in the energy sector. Join today to get the latest details on upcoming launch events in the Bay Area and Washington, D.C. Email spie@alumni.stanford.edu with questions and input.
 
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Explore GSB Case Studies
Online
 
As part of our website redesign, GSB alumni have been given access to over 900 faculty-authored case studies. You are invited to explore available cases online, where you can gain valuable insights from the in-depth consideration of real people and organizations as they negotiate key inflection points in the pursuit of professional objectives. This new benefit underscores our commitment to keeping alumni connected to the academic endeavors of the school.
 
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