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Stanford chosen for Advanced Manufacturing Partnership

Stanford is one of six universities involved in the federal government’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership, an initiative that aims to help create high-tech manufacturing jobs in the U.S. and boost the development of advanced technologies. With assistance from the government, members of the group, which also includes a group of U.S. companies, are set to invest more than $500 million is research, development and education over the next year.

Stanford ranks high in law and business school rankings

The newly released 2011 edition of the Princeton Review’s college rankings for law and business schools has given the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) and Law School (SLS) especially good marks. The rankings report that Stanford’s business school is the hardest to get into, while Stanford Law has the best “overall classroom experience.” The GSB placed second for “career prospects” and seventh for best “campus environment.”