World leaders convened Thursday and Friday at the Hoover Institution for the inaugural Global Energy Forum to discuss the future of energy worldwide as the field continues to undergo major changes.
The Faculty Senate heard reports from both Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education Harry Elam and the Emeriti Council on Thursday afternoon, in the body’s final meeting of the academic year.
Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) received a $1 million grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York to fund research and training on international peace and security projects over the next two years. The grant will fund research on a variety of issues, including collaborative civilian-military operations aimed at strengthening communities in…
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.”
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Students spoke Tuesday evening at a panel discussion, “ROTC and the Stanford Experience,” presented by the Truman Service Initiative.
When Washington looks for advice on nuclear deterrence, disarmament and nonproliferation, it knows it can look to Stanford.
Former U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz, left, and former Secretary of Defense William Perry ‘49 M.S. ‘50 spoke on Tuesday after a screening of the documentary “Nuclear Tipping Point.” The two have joined with Henry Kissinger and Sam Nunn in recent public efforts to discuss reducing reliance on nuclear weapons.