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Haas Center announces new executive director

Yi-Ching Ong returns to Stanford in July as the new executive director of the Haas Center for Public Service.

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COLLEGE students explore concepts of citizenship

Frosh tackled some big questions about the ideals of citizenship and democracy for their second course in COLLEGE, Stanford’s newly restructured undergraduate requirement program.

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Construction set to begin on GSE’s new home

Generous gifts from Stanford supporters will enable the creation of a unified Graduate School of Education, which will become home to the Stanford Accelerator for Learning and provide contemporary spaces to support research, teaching, and convening.

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COLLEGE prepares students for a lifetime of inquiry

Stanford’s newly restructured undergraduate requirement program encourages students to think critically across disciplines, reflect on their values, and consider how their education can lead them to purposeful lives.

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Biotechnology incubator in Stanford Research Park anchors growing life sciences district

A new life science incubator in Stanford Research Park will serve as an anchor for a thriving life science district that directly connects Stanford’s biomedical research and hospitals with industry partners to accelerate new medicines.

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

Trustees approved the 2022-23 budget, heard reports on Stanford Medicine and ResX, granted approval for construction on building projects, and took action on other items.

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Meet the 2022 Stanford Science Fellows

Ten exceptional scholars who are conducting award-winning research in the fields of the life sciences, mathematics, and physical sciences share what they hope to achieve as Stanford Science Fellows.

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Arun Majumdar named inaugural dean of the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability

A professor of mechanical engineering and former co-director of the Precourt Institute for Energy, Majumdar has expertise in energy solutions and policies through his research on sustainable grid technologies and his experience in both industry and government.

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John Kerry visits Stanford to learn about climate technologies

John Kerry, U.S. special presidential envoy for climate, visited Stanford to learn about the new school focused on climate and sustainability. The visit included campus tours and a conversation with students.

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Community projects address COVID-19 impacts

With support from the Office of Community Engagement, Stanford faculty will join forces with local community organizations to help remedy pandemic-related challenges.

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