David J. Hayes J.D. ’78, a distinguished visiting lecturer in law at Stanford Law School, believes hunting must be compatible with the health of the species, and that there are steps the American government can take to discourage trophy hunting.
Sarah Wang, an MBA student at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, was recently awarded a scholarship from the Financial Women of San Francisco (FWSF).
In a study published by Energy in June, a group of Stanford academics predicted that California will use only renewable energy by 2050.
In a study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research in June, a group of Stanford academics discovered that transferring government workers and all retirees under 65 to Obamacare would save U.S. taxpayers $12 billion per year.