Stanford law school grads do not seem to have the same trouble in finding jobs as their peers do
President Obama devoted the first half of his Monday to talking about his vision for the future of education in America, first on NBC’s Today Show and later on a conference call from the Oval Office with a group of college journalists.
Starting salaries… Jobs and grad school… Giving pledge… False alarm… Summer?… Lesjak ’81… Satellites… Preemies… College rankings… Swimming… Rice and Albright… Stanford news from around the Web for Monday, Aug. 9, 2010.
There is no doubt that Palo Alto is rich, or as Palo Alto teens might say, hella rich. The affluence of Stanford’s next-neighbor highlights the ways, both major and minor, in which the University maintains economic ties to surrounding cities and the region as a whole.
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.