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Stanford Wants to Help the Midwest -- And That's Awesome

Stanford business school recently announced a new fellowship program – theStanford USA MBA Fellowship- that will cover the full cost of tuition and fees – about $160k each - for 3 graduates who would then go work for 2 years in the Midwest. An admission officer said the program hopes [...]
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