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Stanford Earth —

After Stanford: Planet solutions

Michael Levin, MS-JD ’19, studied environment and resources and said he could spend 10 lifetimes at Stanford and still not get to do everything he wanted to do.

Graduate School of Business —

After Stanford: Gaming pioneer

Jess Adepoju, MBA ’19, is poised to transform her passion for gaming into a career.

Trading STEM for storytelling

Stanford scientist and graduating doctoral student Irena Fischer-Hwang made a new discovery during her studies at Stanford: a passion for data-driven news. She will be coming back to the Farm in the fall to pursue a second degree; this time, a master’s in communication.

Stanford to celebrate graduates during 128th Commencement Weekend

Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple and a prominent voice on ethics in technology and business, will give the Commencement address on Sunday. Ibtihaj Muhammad, an activist, entrepreneur and Olympics athlete, will give the Baccalaureate address on Saturday.

Stanford Graduate School of Education —

Giving new life to her Stanford regalia

Purchasing the cap, gown and hood before her Commencement ceremony nearly 50 years ago was no small outlay for Kay Hall Lewis, PhD ’72. She recently donated the academic regalia to the Graduate School of Education to pass along to a newly minted PhD.

Does climate change cause armed conflict?

As global temperatures climb, the risk of armed conflict is expected to increase substantially, according to experts across several fields. Extreme weather and related disasters can damage economies, lower farming production and intensify inequality.