On Sunday morning, 398 pairs of hands thrust through the White House fence and bound themselves with white plastic zip-ties to the iron bars in… Continue Reading »
Coursera recently blocked access to users in Cuba, Iran and Sudan in order to comply with federal export regulations prohibiting massive open online course (MOOC) providers from operating in sanctioned countries.
Despite the University’s policy of prohibiting Stanford funded, organized or sponsored trips for undergraduates to countries on the State Department’s travel warning list, trips to… Continue Reading »
The University has approved the first exception to an 11-year-old policy prohibiting undergraduate student trips to countries on the U.S. State Department’s Travel Warning List.
The State Department and the Graduate School of Business (GSB) jointly hosted the Rio+2.0 conference last week to discuss the use of technology and social media in advancing sustainable development solutions, according to the Stanford Center for Social Innovation.
Stanford University researchers issued a call last week to the Obama administration for a new policy toward nuclear diplomacy with North Korea in “Activating a North Korea Policy,” an article published in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
Stanford alumnus James B. Warlick Jr.’78 has been named the U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria, as confirmed by the Senate on Dec. 29.