Skip to main content
Leavey School of Business Santa Clara University


Leavey alumnus Prashant ManiarImage link to full article
Leavey Alumnus Prashant Maniar Brings a Global Perspective to Clean Tech in India

With 16 years in Silicon Valley and a robust focus on entrepreneurship and clean technology, Leavey alumnus Prashant Maniar combines strategic insights with ethical leadership to foster sustainable solutions and build impactful global partnerships. Discover how his time in the Leavey Evening MBA program led him to become a pioneering force in clean tech who is shaping the future of climate action in India.

More »

Featured Stories

Meir Statman, Leavey School of Business’ Glenn Klimek Professor of Finance

Dive into the fascinating world of behavioral finance as Meir Statman, professor of finance, unveils the third generation of this groundbreaking field in his new book, "A Wealth of Well-Being: A Holistic Approach to Behavioral Finance." Learn how understanding "normal" investors and their quest for life well-being is transforming the world of finance.

Dean Ed Grier with AACSB AI Conference attendees

Last month, the Leavey School of Business hosted the AACSB conference on AI, where leaders and experts discussed AI's future impact on academia and business. The event covered essential tools and best practices, including generative AI in teaching, leadership development, workforce preparation, curriculum changes, and AI policies. Explore recorded sessions from the conference.

A business classroom in 1971 shows the school’s changing demographics.

From the first women on campus to a renovated home for the school, the 1960s and 1970s are the season of change.

Each month, Leavey News will feature a chapter from the centennial book "A Legacy of Innovation." Stay tuned for upcoming chapters.

Headshot of Leavey faculty Youngtae Kim over exchange board

Without oversight, the stock market could easily turn into the wild west – companies could disclose or withhold any information they desired, allowing investors to potentially be throwing money at fraudulent companies – which is why regulatory agencies, like the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are critical for maintaining a fair and honest marketplace.

Life at Leavey

Upcoming Events

Sign Up for Leavey News

Leavey News email newsletter on a laptop screen