Sharing the results of its new Career Connections model, Stanford BEAM hosted the BEAM Connection event to celebrate the stories of students and alumni Thursday. The career education center underwent a rebranding last September and adopted the new philosophy of Bridging Education, Ambition, and Meaningful Work (BEAM) into its name. The celebratory event encouraged both…
Stanford Cooking Society invited author and alumna Nancy Singleton Hachisu ’78 to encourage student culinary activities by leading a hands-on cooking class on Japanese cuisine Monday night. The dinner menu consisted of country vegetable soup (kenchinjiru) and a miso hummus with brown rice featuring organic soy sauce (ohitashi) Students had the opportunity to use traditional Japanese knives for chopping.
Stanford professors Albert Bandura, professor emeritus of psychology, and Stanley Falkow, professor emeritus of microbiology and immunology, have been awarded the 2015 National Medal of Science, according to a Stanford News report. They will receive their medals at a White House ceremony in January.
On Tuesday, Nov. 24, Stanford will open access to Meyer Green, the new landscaped bowl field replacing Meyer Library located in the intersection of Green Library, Sweet Hall and the Graduate School of Education.
Building on its initiative from last year to be more inclusive of the student diversity on campus, Stanford in Government (SIG) has formed a new Diversity and Outreach committee to streamline its partnerships with other student groups.
Filmmaker Mira Nair joined Stanford history professors Robert Crews and Aishwary Kumar on Wednesday to screen “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” (2013) and discuss the challenges associated with producing ethnic films.
Social apps are not uncommon on a campus like as Stanford. Amidst this saturated market, app developers realize they need to use inventive marketing techniques to differentiate their product from its battalion of competitors. These strategies can range from signing a NBA player to adopting a viral catchphrase.