Tag: TV Studio

Pam and Joe

Stanford Legal podcast

The Stanford Legal posted is hosted by Stanford law professors Pam Karlan and Joe Bankman. Initially broadcast on SiriusXM, the program helps listeners make sense of what the law is, why it’s that way, and what changes we should hope for…or fear.
Howard Wolf at the mic

Stanford Pathfinders podcast

Stanford Pathfinders hosted by Howard Wolf is recorded in our audio booth and TV studio. The program is broadcasted on SiriusXM and also available worldwide as a podcast. Nike founder Phil Knight and Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang inaugurate the first two episodes. The program features some of Stanford’s most accomplished alumni who have gone on… Read more Stanford Pathfinders podcast

GSB SEED's Profiles of Purpose

Seed, the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies, is a Stanford Graduate School of Business-led initiative that’s working to end the cycle of global poverty. Ehi Binitie, co-founder of Rancard, shares his journey of solving phenomenal problems that many parts of the world never get to see. In this series, meet the entrepreneurs behind… Read more GSB SEED's Profiles of Purpose
Professors in the studio

SiriusXM at Stanford

Stanford Radio, a joint venture between SiriusXM Satellite Radio and Stanford University, has launched two new shows, The Future of Everything and School’s In. The Future of Everything, hosted by Stanford bioengineer Russ Altman, explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives, from driverless cars to privacy, security, genetics and health. School’s In, hosted by Stanford Graduate School… Read more SiriusXM at Stanford

It's On Us

Student-athletes at Stanford talk about how “It’s On Us,” as a community, to prevent sexual assault and relationship violence. Sexual Assault Support & Resources: https://notalone.stanford.edu —— update ——

Thomas Sowell on Uncommon Knowledge

Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell discusses inequality and how it is part of the human condition. Sowell notes that political and ideological struggles have led to a dangerous confusion about income inequality in America. We cannot properly understand inequality if we focus on the distribution of wealth and ignore wealth production factors such as geography,… Read more Thomas Sowell on Uncommon Knowledge
Tara Fela-Durotyoye

GSB SEED Initiative

CEOs share positive impact of SEED’s Transformation Program The Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED) is a Stanford Graduate School of Business-led initiative working to end the cycle of poverty in developing economies. We believe that business is one of the most powerful engines of change in developing economies—and that the innovative and… Read more GSB SEED Initiative