The Computer Science department is collaborating with students to address ethnic diversity in the field.
A joint political science study by Stanford and Dartmouth College researchers may have violated University policy and state laws for its use of Montana’s official state seal on campaign mailers that ranked the political ideology of nonpartisan state Supreme Court candidates.
Joseph McNamara, former Hoover Institution research fellow and San Jose police chief passed away to cancer last month. He was 79.
George Knoles PhD ’39, former Stanford history professor and chair of the history department, passed away this summer at the age of 107.
Immune responses to influenza strengthen during pregnancy, Stanford study finds.
Touch of Grey, Uncle John’s Band, China Cat — learn why these Palo Alto houses are as eccentric as their names.
At first, Daniel Greene, a fourth year Ph.D. student, couldn’t believe what his friend told him about baking bread each night and having impromptu dance parties in the kitchen at Synergy, one of the seven Stanford cooperative living communities. When Greene visited the Farm for a conference and stayed in Synergy, he was blown away by the friendly community he experienced in such a short time.
The University evacuated and closed down Tresidder Memorial Union and surrounding buildings Tuesday morning in response to a report of a suspicious backpack found stuffed in a newspaper dispenser between the CoHo and Jamba Juice around 8:55 a.m.