Gregory Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship, experiential learning and international business programs at Boston University. He also actively mentors student teams which participate in business plan and venture capital competitions. He is the owner of a commercial real estate holding company and speaks, reads and writes 7 different languages. He holds a BS from Cornell University and MBA from Harvard Business School.
Areas of Expertise: Business Planning, International Entrepreneurship, Global Strategy
SMG EN545 A1
Business Planning & Entrepreneurship
Case interview workshop for Engineering students
Hosted the Venture Capital Investment Competition for Questrom MBAs
Mass Challenge judge for 1st round applications.
2017 Faculty Microgrant Program, Aspen Institute, Teaching. (July 11, 2017).
We are delighted to recognize your efforts in successfully organizing this year's Aspen case competition at Boston University and your commitment to exploring the continued teaching of the IBM case study on campus.
Support for Questrom graduate students with Case Competitions
Start-up Nation Ltd. Israel provided a Grant for the writing of 2 case studies in the field of Israeli innovation and entrepreneurship. These will be integrated into my undergraduate and MBA classes.
Student nominated award for excellence in teaching.
Student nominated award for teaching excellence.
Develop new curriculum around social action, social responsibility and ethics with external entrepreneurs for 2nd year full-time MBA students. The Susilo Institute develops ethical capacity in today’s and tomorrow’s global business decision-makers to lead with integrity, inspire courage through action, and to use their voices boldly to impact their organizations and the world. It will activate this mission in the context of cross-cultural relationships, with a focus at its inception on understanding, appreciating and learning from both Eastern and Western perspectives.