Solnit is the author of 20 books on topics ranging from the environment to politics to feminism. This quarter, she is serving as the Stein Visiting Writer with the Creative Writing department.
Beverly Daniel Tatum, president emerita of Spelman College, is the Haas Center’s 2017 Mimi and Peter E. Haas Distinguished Visitor. During her time at Stanford, Tatum lectured on her expertise in race relations as it applies to her degrees in clinical psychology and religious studies. The Daily spoke with Tatum about her experiences with racial injustice and her studies regarding its impact on religion and education.
Toomas Hendrik Ilves served as the fourth president of Estonia from 2006 until 2016. This January, he came to Stanford as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute. The Daily sat down with Ilves to discuss what he’s been researching.
During a three-and-a-half month session on the International Space Station, Rubins participated in the first successful effort to sequence DNA under low-gravity conditions.
This edition of Glam Grads features Jessica Jordan, a first-year Ph.D in English, who recently won an Honorable Mention in the American Studies Program’s Bob Dylan essay writing contest.
Keller, formerly executive editor at The New York TImes, currently serves as editor-in-chief of the Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization dedicated to criminal justice.
The Daily sat down with Associate Professor of Psychiatry Shashank V. Joshi to discuss his work as a psychiatrist, professor and advocate for student mental health. As a panel member of the California State Superintendent’s Student Mental Health Policy Work Group, Joshi provided input on a bill that requires California school districts to enact specific policy regarding suicide prevention for seventh through 12th grade students.
New computer science lecturer Christopher Gregg sits down to talk about his time with the fast-growing CS department as well as his typewriter hacks and former wearable-technology class.