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Faculty members of the Stanford Law School are offering up their end-of-year reading list, with books focusing on subjects ranging from Lizzie Borden to the... [Read More]
An undergraduate, a graduate student and a staff member have won the 2018 Stanford Earth Photo Contest. Winners were human biology major HANNA PAYNE for... [Read More]
Looking for a good book to read in front of the fireplace during the upcoming holidays? Stanford Graduate School of Business professors suggest their favorite... [Read More]
Researchers at the School of Medicine and collaborators at two other institutions will investigate tobacco policies and evaluate their effects on health across the United States. Stanford,... [Read More]
The Stanford autumn quarter tradition of adopting witty and memorable themes for residence halls was on full display Thursday when first-year students moved into their... [Read More]
GEORGE JEDENOFF, who was born in Russia on July 5, 1917, earned his undergraduate degree in 1940 and his MBA in 1942, both from Stanford.... [Read More]
JASMIN KAMRUDDIN, a senior African American studies and political science major from Atlanta, has been selected to deliver the student Convocation address on Thursday, Sept.... [Read More]
Stanford biologist LAUREN O'CONNELL is one of 11 recipients of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Enabling Discovery through Genomic Tools (EDGE) program. The awardees are tasked... [Read More]
New resident fellows will be overseeing activities in Arroyo and Kimball halls beginning this fall. Arroyo is an all-first-year residence located in the Wilbur Hall... [Read More]
Stanford recently welcomed several new staff in Student Affairs and the Ombuds Office. Among them is BRENDA MCCOMB, who joined the university as interim associate vice... [Read More]
Prominent journalists, including the executive editor of the Associated Press and the executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, will be featured speakers in... [Read More]
Stanford's LAUREN TOMPKINS will collaborate on a $25 million project funded by the National Science Foundation to establish the Institute for Research and Innovation in... [Read More]
For DEAN WINSLOW, professor of medicine, one comment last fall served as an ending and a beginning. At his confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed... [Read More]
Two albums containing an eclectic mix of materials gathered by Count Mauro Tosti di Valminuta, one of Benito Mussolini's trusted diplomats, have been added to... [Read More]
New members of the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame will be recognized on Saturday, Sept. 8, during the Cardinal's football game against the University of... [Read More]
ZAC MANCHESTER, assistant professor of aeronautics and astronautics, recently received NASA's 2018 Early Career Faculty Award for Space Technology Research. The grant program honors faculty... [Read More]
Stanford's ROBLE GYMNASIUM, located on Santa Teresa Street, will be presented with the prestigious Preservation Design Award for Rehabilitation at the 2018 California Preservation Awards.... [Read More]
At the Hoover Institution, the Summer Policy Boot Camp reflects a major rethinking about how to train people to become successful policy leaders. While students may learn about... [Read More]
Faculty affiliated with the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) have apparently moved on from the usual summer reading of spy thrillers and detective mysteries.... [Read More]
This summer, LAILA SOUDI, the project lead for the Stanford Refugee Research Project, traveled the Syrian border in Jordan and Lebanon to examine opportunities for... [Read More]