Graduate School of Business

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  • Zachary Ullah

    Zachary Ullah

    MBA, expected graduation 2018
    Masters Student in Environment and Resources

    BioZachary was born in Texas and grew up on three continents. He received his bachelor's degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Plan II Honors at the University of Texas in Austin in 2012 before working as a reservoir engineer in the energy industry. Zachary moved to Stanford with his wife and son in September 2016 as a student of Stanford Graduate School of Business.

  • Robert Urstein

    Robert Urstein

    Lecturer, Graduate School of Business

    BioRob Urstein is a Lecturer in Management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business where he teaches courses on innovation in higher education. An experienced academic leader, Urstein has more than 25 years of professional experience managing academic programs and teaching, advising, and coaching high school students, undergraduates, graduate students, and executives. He collaborates on research projects and serves as a governing board member of the College Transition Collaborative, which brings together pioneering social psychologists, education researchers, and higher education practitioners to create learning environments that produce more equitable higher education outcomes.

    In addition to his teaching and research, Urstein is an Entrepreneur in Residence at Entangled Ventures, and a Senior Strategist at Entangled Solutions, where he works on projects to equitably transition society to a knowledge economy.

    Urstein spent more than twelve years in leadership roles at Stanford, including three years as Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Dean of Freshmen, and Director of Undergraduate Advising and Research, where he was responsible for the transition of new undergraduates to Stanford; academic advising; undergraduate research programs, and academic policy and progress. At the Graduate School of Business, Urstein served for eight years as Assistant Dean, leading the PhD Program, and for two years as Managing Director of Global Innovation Programs, where he managed a portfolio of on campus and international programs focused on leadership, innovation, and entrepreneurship. He has taught MBA students since 2008. Prior to Stanford, Urstein spent ten years teaching and coaching in an independent high school, and in 2000-01 he was a Fulbright Senior Scholar in Oslo, Norway, working for the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Education. He has been at Stanford since 2004.