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Mongabay —

Conventional survey techniques underestimate Amazon biodiversity

Report cites a study by scientists at Stanford, Oregon State University, State University of New York, Syracuse University, Virginia Tech, and Brazil’s Museu Nacional that found that a new method of tracking animal populations is far more effective. The article also quotes Jose Fragoso, senior scientist in biology at Stanford.

Forbes —

4 telltale signs you’re a workplace ambivert

Article cites a study by Francis Flynn, professor at Graduate School of Business. This link may redirect to the site's "Top stories" page. If so, type "ambivert" in the search window to find this story.


Latinos: The force behind small-business growth in America

The piece, coauthored by Jerry Porras, professor emeritus, Graduate School of Business, cites the Graduate School of Business Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative and the State of Latino Entrepreneurship 2015 Report.