Stories published in 2018

’Tis the season at Stanford

Before heading home for the holidays, Stanford faculty, staff and students celebrated with a performance of The Nutcracker, the annual Messiah sing-along conducted by music Professor Stephen Sano and a Stanford-themed, life-sized gingerbread house.

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How can the U.S. reduce climate change? Carbon pricing

In a Q&A, Frank Wolak and Mark Thurber of the Program on Energy and Sustainable Development explain carbon pricing and how it would work in the United States.

Meet our faculty

Stanford faculty members share their breadth of life experiences and interests that fuel the dynamic learning environment on campus.

Q&A: Tracking the history of El Niño

With the recent forecast of El Niño as a high possibility this winter, a Stanford researcher weighs in on how reconstructing past weather events using coral reefs can help demystify this complex phenomenon.