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Zillow CEO Rich Barton elected to Stanford Board of Trustees

Rich Barton, co-founder and CEO of Zillow Group, will begin a five-year term as a member of the Board of Trustees on Feb. 1.

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Stanford Board of Trustees hears panels on civil discourse, deliberative democracy and more

The Stanford Board of Trustees received updates on civil discourse, deliberative democracy, the Hoover Institution and academic freedom, among other items, during its final meeting of 2021.

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Clara Wu Tsai elected to Stanford Board of Trustees

Clara Wu Tsai, a businesswoman, investor and philanthropist, will begin a five-year term on Dec. 1.

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Stanford’s Board of Trustees holds first meeting of the 2021-22 academic year

At its first meeting of the 2021-2022 academic year, Stanford’s Board of Trustees moved forward several building projects and received updates on how the university is raising its sights after the challenging beginning of the pandemic.

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José E. Feliciano, James Coulter elected to Stanford Board of Trustees

The Stanford Board of Trustees has elected two new members, José E. Feliciano and James Coulter.

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Stanford’s Board of Trustees holds final meetings of the 2020-21 academic year

Trustees approve 2021-22 budget, discuss the university’s racial justice initiatives, hear a report on graduate and postdoctoral education and take action on other items.

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Stanford initiatives proceed despite pandemic, trustees learn

Stanford trustees received briefings on such university initiatives as the new school for climate and sustainability and undergraduate education enhancements, as well as pandemic progress and campus activities.

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Stanford trustees express gratitude for campus pandemic response

In a series of remote meetings this week, the Stanford Board of Trustees, chaired by Jeff Raikes, discussed the ongoing pandemic, new construction, the university’s engagement with the external world and Long-Range Vision progress.

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