Stanford led the nation’s universities in fundraising in 2013, bringing in $931.57 million over the course of the year, according to a survey conducted by the Council for Aid to Education (CAE).
Three Stanford alumni–David “Wei” Jai ’13, Andrew Parker ’11 and Eric Tuan ’12–have been selected as recipients of the 2014 Gates Cambridge Scholarship, granting them full scholarships to pursue graduate studies at the University of Cambridge.
A trio of a delayed phone all-clear message regarding Tuesday’s evacuation of Tresidder Memorial Union, a malfunctioning steam valve at the Cardinal Cogen facility and a series of Amber Alerts awoke the Stanford community early Wednesday morning.
Provost John Etchemendy Ph.D. ‘82 recently approved an Office of Sustainability initiative to install solar panels on a parking structure and on twelve other buildings across campus as a companion project to the Stanford Energy Systems Innovations (SESI) initiative.
Members of Stanford Law School’s Religious Liberty Clinic presented in front of the Ventura City Council last Tuesday in defense of Harbor Community Church, a residential homeless ministry located in Ventura, Calif. The clinic’s involvement marks a year since the program’s founding, during which the clinic — the only of its kind in the country…
Spoken word has developed a larger presence on campus in recent years thanks to the efforts of groups like the Spoken Word Collective, which has hosted open mics and quarterly shows.
The Stanford Democrats are shifting away from an events-based structure towards a campaign-focused model for this year with the hope of creating opportunities for direct political involvement.
Next April, 30 high school students from across the nation who are aspiring to enter the technology field will come to Stanford for the first she++ #include summit.