After three years studying Campus Drive’s traffic patterns, the University installed the first vehicle roundabout on Stanford’s campus at the intersection of Escondido Road and Campus Drive.
The new exhibit of documentary photographs taken by activist photographer Bob Fitch will have its opening reception on Tuesday, Sept. 30. Entitled “Movements for Change,” the exhibit is located in Green Library’s Bing Wing rotunda.
Stanford electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate Himanshi Asnani M.S. ’11 will be awarded the Marconi Society’s 2014 Paul Baran Young Scholar Award in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 2. The award commends young individuals’ outstanding academic work and leadership in the fields of communications and information science.
Despite concerns about the popularity of the humanities at Stanford, University administrators say they are not worried about enrollment in the humanities or the post-graduation career opportunities for students in these departments.
The number of undeclared juniors at the start of the academic school year has steadily decreased over the last five years.
On Tuesday evening, the Stanford Pre-Education Society (SPREES) held its debut event, a panel discussion featuring President John Hennessy and prominent education experts. They focused on available careers in education and attracting Stanford students toward a career in education.
Stanford experts affirm that, despite its portrayal in the U.S. media as a Latino—or even Mexican—issue, undocumented immigration in the U.S. affects a diverse set of nationalities and that in fact, Mexican migration to the States is on the decline.
of Literatures, Cultures and Languages (DLCL) is offering a new minor program in translation studies this year.