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Stanford grad student sitting pretty after international design competition

by on September 17, 2014 4:00 am
XANDER BREMER, a product design master’s student and a teaching assistant in the Product Realization Lab, was awarded second prize in the International Design Awards’ Home Interior Products competition for his Cirro Chair. The IDA jury examined more than 1,000 entries submitted by architects and designers of interiors, fashion, products and graphics from 52 countries… Read more Stanford grad student sitting pretty after international design competition
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Stanford's Office for Religious Life welcomes new students

by on September 16, 2014 4:00 am
The Office for Religious Life (ORL) oversees and provides support for Stanford Associated Religions (SAR), some 40 religious organizations invited to offer their spiritual services to the campus. The New Student Orientation community coordinators for ORL put together a video to welcome freshmen and transfer students to Stanford and to introduce them to Stanford’s broad… Read more Stanford's Office for Religious Life welcomes new students
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Stanford study finds that clean energy is good politics

by on September 15, 2014 4:00 am
Renewable energy seems like good politics on either side of the aisle, according to a new Stanford study that scrutinized how states across America use clean energy. Dubbed The State Clean Energy Cookbook, the study was created by Stanford’s Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance and the Hoover Institution’s Shultz-Stephenson Task Force on Energy… Read more Stanford study finds that clean energy is good politics
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Stanford researchers explore how the Affordable Care Act affects young adults

by on September 12, 2014 4:00 am
One of the earliest – and most popular – parts of the Affordable Care Act allowed young adults to stay on their parents’ insurance until their 26th birthday. Recently, Stanford researchers led by TINA HERNANDEZ-BOUSSARD, assistant professor (research) of surgery in the Stanford School of Medicine, published a paper in the journal Health Affairs that… Read more Stanford researchers explore how the Affordable Care Act affects young adults
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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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Margot Gerritsen at TEDxStanford: 'The beauty I see in algebra'

by on September 9, 2014 12:00 am
At TEDxStanford in May, MARGOT GERRITSEN, associate professor of energy resources engineering at Stanford, took the audience “back to class” with a talk about the beauty of algebra. Her talk is highlighted as one of this week’s Editor’s Picks on the TEDxTalks website.
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Fleet Street members try out the acoustics in Stanford's new library

by on September 7, 2014 10:40 pm
While scouting new campus locations for rehearsals and performances, four members of STANFORD FLEET STREET SINGERS, an all-male a cappella group, tried out the acoustics in a seminar room in the new Lathrop Library. They liked what they heard. So did ROBERT EMERY SMITH, director of technology services for the University Registrar, who encountered them… Read more Fleet Street members try out the acoustics in Stanford's new library
Margot Gerritsen, director of the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering at Stanford, speaks during a celebration of the institute's 10th anniversary. (Photo: Norbert von der Groeben)

Stanford Engineering institute celebrates 10 years of using 'big math'

by on September 5, 2014 4:00 am
The Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME) was founded in 2004 to bring advanced mathematics and computing techniques to bear in understanding and solving a wide array of complex problems. Ten years later, it remains grounded in computational mathematics – a set of tools and techniques with a myriad of applications such as simulating… Read more Stanford Engineering institute celebrates 10 years of using 'big math'
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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