SEP costs $58,000 per student and features a general management curriculum that covers a wide variety of topics.
Professor Condoleezza Rice recently announced her support for the “full reinstatement” of the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) at Stanford.
Four former statesmen — Henry Kissinger, Sam Nunn, George Shultz and William Perry ’49 M.S. ’50 — addressed an audience of Stanford students on Friday on the prospects and challenges of global nuclear nonproliferation. The gathering marked the fourth conference held at Stanford by the four men, who have come to be known in their advocacy as the “Gang of Four.”
Dear Editor, It is regrettable that PBS allowed its reputation to be marred and compromised by airing the documentary “Turmoil and Triumph,” an uncritical, distorted, flattering history of the Reagan era. Secretary of State George Shultz was gushingly self-aggrandizing. Glaringly omitted from the film was the illegal funding of the Contras leading to the Iran-Contra…
Federal research funding… New engineering library… Obama appointee… Aspen Ideas… Shultz documentary… Stanford news from around the Web for Friday, July 9, 2010.
No Caltrain on weekends?… Skype rents from Stanford… Yim returns to coach… Census drives jobs loss… Shultz takes questions… Stanford news from around the Web for Friday, July 2, 2010.
Economist Paul Volcker gave a sobering assessment of the global financial situation last night, saying difficult fiscal and economic adjustments are necessary to rebuild the world economy.
When Washington looks for advice on nuclear deterrence, disarmament and nonproliferation, it knows it can look to Stanford.