Category: On the Move

Richard Thompson Ford, left, and David Alan Sklansky

Stanford Law professors Ford and Sklansky elected to American Law Institute

by Carla Spain on July 26, 2017 4:17 pm
The American Law Institute (ALI) recently announced 58 newly elected members, including Stanford Law Professors RICHARD THOMPSON FORD and DAVID ALAN SKLANSKY. ALI members are highly regarded judges, lawyers and law professors who are confidentially nominated by their peers, vetted by ALI’s Membership Committee and elected by the ALI Council. An expert on civil rights and anti-discrimination law, Ford (BA… Read more Stanford Law professors Ford and Sklansky elected to American Law Institute
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Catching up with Cardinal football players in the NFL

by Stanford Athletics on July 24, 2017 4:18 pm
Training camp begins this week for most teams in the National Football League. Stanford Athletics has caught up with the 33 former Cardinal football players signed to NFL teams, including SOLOMON THOMAS, who was the first-round draft choice of the San Francisco 49ers. Among the other players highlighted by athletics were wideout FRANCIS OWUSU, who… Read more Catching up with Cardinal football players in the NFL
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University IT's Bill Clebsch retiring in August

by University IT Communications on July 20, 2017 2:14 pm
BILL CLEBSCH, University IT associate vice president, is retiring on Aug. 18. For 11 years, Clebsch has led the IT Services organization in University IT, which includes about 340 people in more than 20 work groups. Collectively, IT Services is responsible for Stanford’s data center planning and operations, research computing, network and communication services, infrastructure… Read more University IT's Bill Clebsch retiring in August
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Catching up with Stanford's professional baseball players

by Stanford Athletics on July 11, 2017 2:57 pm
Stanford Athletics recently caught up with the former Cardinal baseball players now playing in the minor and major leagues. Among them is STEPHEN PISCOTTY, who plays outfield for the St. Louis Cardinals. Piscotty signed a six-year contract extension just one day after starting on Opening Day for the Cardinals. In his first full season as… Read more Catching up with Stanford's professional baseball players
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David Esquer back on the Farm as baseball coach

by Stanford Athletics on June 21, 2017 2:45 pm
Stanford alumnus DAVID ESQUER was welcomed back to the Farm this week as Stanford’s Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball. Esquer is the 21st head coach in program history, succeeding MARK MARQUESS, who retired after 41 years at the helm of the Cardinal. Esquer played under Marquess on Stanford’s 1987 national championship team and… Read more David Esquer back on the Farm as baseball coach
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What Stanford students leave behind

by Kate Chesley on June 15, 2017 3:08 pm
You can tell a lot about Stanford students by what they choose to leave behind when they pack up and leave for the summer. They like plastic containers with drawers. That’s what you’ll find in some 300 donation containers located at the major entrances and exits to residences. The donation containers are part of Residential… Read more What Stanford students leave behind
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The end of an era: Thai Cafe closes

by Joy Leighton and Natalie Jabbar on June 13, 2017 3:23 pm
Peanut sauce salad! Chicken soup! Curry! For three decades, MYKHANH BAHLMAN announced the arrival of hearty lunches for faculty, students and staff waiting in line at Stanford’s beloved Thai Café. This month, after serving more than a generation of hungry customers, Bahlman closed up her kitchen window for the last time. “I would like to… Read more The end of an era: Thai Cafe closes
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Stanford Humanities Center new fellows announced

by Tanu Wakefield on June 5, 2017 2:15 pm
The Humanities Center has announced its new class of 23 fellows for 2017-18. Their topics range from slavery in Brazil to the history of the scientific method to Native American poetry to post-industrial labor in Sumatra. Starting in fall 2017, the fellowship group at the Stanford Humanities Center will also include the new and continuing… Read more Stanford Humanities Center new fellows announced
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Kate Gibson is named San Mateo County’s Bike Commuter of the Year

by News Service on May 19, 2017 4:06 pm
KATE GIBSON, transportation demand management (TDM) and communications specialist in Land and Buildings Operations, was recently named the 2017 Bike Commuter of the Year in San Mateo County. Gibson commutes to Stanford by biking from her home to the Redwood City Caltrain station and then riding from the Palo Alto Caltrain station to her office.… Read more Kate Gibson is named San Mateo County’s Bike Commuter of the Year
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Knight Journalism Fellows tackle journalism’s challenges

by JSK Fellowships Program on May 5, 2017 4:50 pm
Eighteen journalists and journalism innovators from around the world have been awarded John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships for the 2017-18 academic year at Stanford. They are the 52nd class of journalism fellows at Stanford. The fellows come from a variety of news environments and organizations. Some come from countries with long traditions of supporting a… Read more Knight Journalism Fellows tackle journalism’s challenges