But a major roadblock to the project’s completion remains.
The Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (IRiSS) opened a secure data center on campus last Friday, providing a select group of Stanford researchers local access to detailed census and health statistics.
Doug Bourn ’73 spent only four years at Stanford as an undergraduate, but his impact in and near the Stanford community resounded today as friends and students remembered the alumnus who was killed yesterday when his twin-engine plane crashed into an East Palo Alto neighborhood…
President Obama’s NASA budget proposal for 2011 scraps the program, instead redirecting billions of dollars to engine research, robotics and commercial space contracts.
In 2005, the journalism program’s curriculum still trained students for the nineties newsroom. But now, the Internet is a centerpiece of Stanford’s Graduate Program in Journalism.
More than 30 years after graduating from Stanford, Ted Zayner ‘78, a Bay Area resident since he arrived on the Farm, has found his calling.
Fall quarter, 114 Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP) citations were issued, up by nearly double from last year, according to a report from the Department of Public Safety (DPS). In contrast, alcohol-related medical emergencies during New Student Orientation (NSO) declined compared to last year.