In spite of Stanford’s decision to withdraw its application from the competition to build an applied science campus in New York City, the University’s partnership with the City College of New York (CCNY) will “absolutely continue,” according to a recent University press release, which also stated the two schools would be “moving forward with a joint development of an undergraduate curriculum in entrepreneurship.”
A School of Medicine study found that 80 percent of surveyed Veterans Affairs (VA) patients are interested in sharing their health records electronically with family members, caregivers and outside providers in order to improve their care.
President and CEO of FINCA International Rupert Scofield shared insights on social entrepreneurship Tuesday in a speech as part of a series of events hosted by the Graduate School of Business’s Public Management Program.
Stanford’s biannual Splash! Program attracted more than 1,500 middle and high schoolers to campus this weekend to attend a range of about 300 Stanford student-taught classes, from “The Philosophy of Star Wars” to “How to Curl Your Hair with a Straightener” to even “Getting Free Money from Safeway Using Coupons.”
Students and University officials have recently scrutinized the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in response to an Oct. 17 New York Times article about FAFSA’s inability to accommodate students with same-sex parents and students who are no longer receiving financial support from their parents.