Around the Farm

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Stanford Report —

Marine botanist Isabella Abbott honored

A lecture hall at Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station will be named for Isabella Ainoa Abbott, the university’s first Native Hawaiian faculty member and first female full professor in biological sciences.

JSK Journalism Fellowships —

JSK names U.S. journalism fellows for 2022-23

Joining international fellows previously announced, the 2022-2023 U.S. fellows are journalism leaders who will work on practical solutions to address the industry’s long-standing neglect of underserved communities.

Stanford Engineering —

How to fight climate change

Environmental scientist Chris Field explains why taking on climate change will require that we continue to reduce emissions and adapt to the effects of increasing temperatures.

Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —

K-pop’s ‘next level’: notes from the field

Professor Dafna Zur shares impressions from her visit with Soo-Man Lee, founder and chief producer of SM Entertainment, and the rare opportunity to tour the Seoul-based company and see the K-pop megastars-in-training.

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment —

Saving the Mekong River Delta from drowning

Southeast Asia’s most productive agricultural region and home to 17 million people could be mostly underwater within a lifetime. Researchers say saving the Mekong River Delta requires urgent, concerted action among countries in the region to lessen the impact of upstream dams and better manage water and sediments within the delta.