Category: On the Move

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The spectacular scenery of Women's Rowing

by on March 2, 2015 5:08 pm
Stanford Athletics offers up some breathtaking pictures of winter training sessions for members of the Stanford WOMEN’S ROWING team. Check out all the photographs at this website. The team trains at Stanford’s Redwood Shores boathouse.
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Finding a workout plan that works for you

by on January 7, 2015 12:01 am
As we head into the New Year, many of us will make a resolution that involves exercise. But how do we make sure that 2015 is the year our exercise program succeeds? To find out, BeWell sat down with ASHLEY GEPHART, a BeWell health adviser. Starting a fitness routine seems easy, but maintaining that plan… Read more Finding a workout plan that works for you
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Stanford Law School students named Skadden Fellows

by on December 16, 2014 4:00 am
Making a difference for the less fortunate is the goal of the Skadden Foundation. Now Stanford Law School’s NISHA KASHYAP, JD ’14, and STACY VILLALOBOS, JD ’15, will have an opportunity to devote themselves to good works for two years. On Dec. 11, they were named 2015 Skadden Fellows. Kashyap and Villalobos join a group… Read more Stanford Law School students named Skadden Fellows
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Marguerite goes electric!

by on October 28, 2014 3:31 pm
You may have noticed that Stanford has increased its fleet of zero-emission, battery-electric Marguerite transit buses to 13, up from three. As Stanford retires up to 15 buses that are less fuel-efficient and more costly to maintain, the university is “greening” its fleet with electric vehicles. Be on the lookout for 10 more electric buses… Read more Marguerite goes electric!
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What happens when economists hit the road?

by on October 22, 2014 5:10 pm
Three economists, including Stanford’s PAUL OYER, hit the road to learn about small business in America—a journey based on their book, Roadside MBA: Backroad Lessons for Entrepreneurs, Executives and Small Business Owners. Their adventures started in 2010, when the three lamented that most MBA case studies focus on large companies, rather than the small- and… Read more What happens when economists hit the road?
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Stanford law students hear arguments before the Supreme Court

by on October 9, 2014 5:00 pm
Students from Stanford’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic traveled with Professor JEFFREY FISHER to Washington, D.C. this week for oral arguments in the clinic’s case Heien v. North Carolina.  At issue in the case was whether a police officer’s mistake of law can provide the individualized suspicion that the Fourth Amendment requires. The clinic represented the petitioner… Read more Stanford law students hear arguments before the Supreme Court
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Stanford Law School’s Lucas Guttentag advises Obama administration

by on September 10, 2014 4:30 pm
Stanford Law School’s LUCAS GUTTENTAG has begun serving the Obama administration as senior counselor to the recently confirmed director of U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS), Leon Rodriguez. USCIS is a component of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. “I’m honored and delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to the administration at this very… Read more Stanford Law School’s Lucas Guttentag advises Obama administration
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Grant Miller to lead Stanford Center for International Development

by on September 10, 2014 4:00 am
  GRANT MILLER, associate professor of medicine, recently became the director of the Stanford Center for International Development (SCID). Longtime director NICK HOPE is stepping down, but will remain as director of the center’s China Program. SCID is one of the largest and most active centers at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR),… Read more Grant Miller to lead Stanford Center for International Development
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Twenty-two former Cardinal Football players make NFL active rosters

by on September 3, 2014 4:00 am
Former Stanford football players filled 22 slots on active rosters in the NFL as teams cut to 53 players today. Each team was required to trim its roster to the regular season maximum ahead of this week’s season opener. Of the 22 Cardinal, four head into their rookie seasons. Three other rookies were signed to… Read more Twenty-two former Cardinal Football players make NFL active rosters
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Hans Weiler named Stanford's next academic secretary

by on July 23, 2014 4:00 am
HANS N. WEILER, a professor emeritus of education and political science at Stanford, was recently named academic secretary of the university. As academic secretary, Weiler will serve as the parliamentarian to the Faculty Senate, as well as the Academic Council and its committees. The Office of the Academic Secretary also serves as the secretary, legislative… Read more Hans Weiler named Stanford's next academic secretary