Arik Lifschitz is a Lead Academic Advising Director in the office of Academic Advising. He advises undergraduate students on issues related to academic planning, exploring interests, identifying goals, assessing academic progress, connecting with faculty, finding opportunities for research and service, navigating university requirements and policies, and other aspects of students' academic endeavors.
In addition, Arik has an active research program in the areas of management and education, with a special focus on the relationship between structure, content, and outcomes in educational settings. He also has broad experience in applied research, having worked with organizations in the education, culture, health, and infrastructure industries. Arik earned his PhD in Management from Columbia University in 2006.
Current Role at Stanford
Lead Academic Advising Director
- Football as a Status System in US Higher Education SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION 2014; 87 (3): 204-219
- RATIONAL AND REASONABLE MICROFOUNDATIONS OF MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES 2013; 27 (2): 156-172
Kinship in the shadow of the corporation: The interbuilder network in Clyde River Shipbuilding, 1711-1990
AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
2006; 71 (2): 334-352
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