In 2007, two Stanford law students approached Erik Jensen with the idea of writing legal education textbooks to meet a growing demand for more widespread law enforcement and better judicial practices in Afghanistan.
DAILY NEWS BRIEF:Two new maps have been created in order to help students, faculty, and visitors, to locate pieces of art on the Stanford campus.
Professor Franklin “Lynn” Orr is the director of the Precourt Institute for Energy and previously served as the director of Stanford’s Global Climate and Energy Project from 2002 to 2008, as well as the Chester Naramore dean of earth sciences from 1994 to 2002.
The U.S.-Mexico FoCUS conference concluded Saturday afternoon as part of a four-day event featuring speakers such as George Shultz, the 60th U.S. Secretary of State, and Eduardo Medina Mora, Mexico Ambassador to the United States.
“If we want there to be a peace agreement we are going to have to change the dynamic; we are going to have to show that something is different this time,” said Ambassador Dennis Ross in regard to Israel-Palestine relations at an event hosted by Hillel at Stanford.
Palo Alto city officials have voted to spend $250,000 on improving living conditions for the homeless population of the city.
Stanford researchers have created a chip-sized particle accelerator smaller than a grain of salt and capable of accelerating electrons near the speed of light.
The National Institutes of Health awarded over $17 million to eight Stanford scientists on Sunday. The grant will enable the recipients to pursue major, groundbreaking… Continue Reading »