Food chain fix
When the pandemic upset the U.S. food landscape, increasing food insecurity and malnutrition, two Stanford students stepped in to help. Their solution has since grown into a non-profit with $15 million in donations and grants, 20 full-time employees, more than 100 student fellows, and a logistics network that connects the surplus of thousands of farmers to communities fighting hunger.
Women’s Leadership Summit lifts and empowers
More than 300 faculty, staff, and students gathered to build community and explore leadership, empowerment, DEIB, and the importance of strong mentorship and allies.
How to talk to children about mass shootings
Stanford Medicine child and adolescent psychologists on helping kids process tragedy.
The overlooked accelerant for Thwaites Glacier ice loss
A new study suggests the 80-mile-wide stream of sliding ice at the heart of Thwaites Glacier is likely to widen over the next 20 years, which could speed up ice loss.