Around the Farm

Bill Lane Center for the American West —

A home for undergraduates

Undergraduate education and programming has been central to the Bill Lane Center since  2005. This video highlights students’ transformational experiences in the American West through internships, teaching and research.

Stanford School of Engineering —

Developing electronics for the extremes of space

Stanford’s Russ Altman and Debbie Senesky discuss why silicon, the bedrock of terrestrial electronics, doesn't have the right stuff to help us explore hot spots like Venus.

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment —

Connecting local knowledge with environmental policy

Stanford undergraduates gain hands-on experience with environmental policy work through unique internship program at California state agencies.

Graduate School of Business —

Paving the way to healthy homes

How a singular focus on one basic thing — floors — is transforming lives in Africa.

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —

Will America’s food aid programs survive?

If anything has been made clear in the previous pages, it is that the historical willingness of the U.S. government to provide food aid has varied considerably throughout the country’s history.