Operating in the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center since September 2010, the Stanford branch of the sandwich shop Ike’s Place is open until at least June 2014 and will remain open if the University accepts a rebid proposal from Ike Shehadeh, the owner of the eatery.
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EmailValet, an application produced through collaboration between doctoral student Nicolas Kokkalis and members of Stanford’s Human-Computer Interaction group, allows users to connect with a remote email assistant while restricting the assistant’s access to the user’s personal information.
After almost five years of planning, the University opened the Stanford Center at Peking University (SCPKU) last month. SCPKU, a $7 million project designed to strengthen ties with Peking University (PKU), builds off of a partnership between the two universities dating back to the 1970s, which has included joint academic ventures and a Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) established in 2004.
The Stanford School of Engineering announced Monday the eight individuals it has chosen to induct into its Stanford Engineering Heroes program. These new members will join the likes of Vint Cerf, Bill Hewlett, Dave Packard and Fred Terman.
Stanford’s School of Engineering and Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism announced Monday a new institute that will span both campuses and explore the relationship between technology and journalism.
The Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center was dedicated in front of a crowd of 150 on Tuesday, inaugurating the latest addition to the Science and Engineering Quad. The formal dedication of the $30 million building was held in the Huang Center Amphitheatre and featured School of Engineering Dean Jim Plummer, President John Hennessy, lead donor Jen-Hsun Huang M.S. ’92 and Board of Trustees Chair Leslie Hume.