Stories published in 2015

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Stanford-based program trains indigenous leaders

The First Nations' Futures Institute celebrates 10 years of preparing young trailblazers to tackle environmental, economic, social and cultural challenges in their indigenous communities.

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Through the Looking Glass

Can Manu Prakash revolutionize global health with a lens and a piece of paper?

‘Bad’ inequality on the rise, Stanford scholar says

Rising inequality is primarily driven by market and institutional forces, Stanford sociologist David Grusky says. He suggests that changes in areas like education and labor markets can produce fair and open competition, thus reducing income and wealth inequality.

Holiday comfort and joy at Stanford

As the year draws to a close, Stanford singers prepare for holiday concerts while around campus, students take a break from studying  to enjoy some holiday traditions.