Teaching & Students

Stanford Report —

Bioengineering honors student named Rhodes Scholar

Sayeh Kohani, who is studying bioengineering and public policy, has won a 2022 Rhodes Scholarship, which provides all expenses for two or three years of graduate study at the University of Oxford in England.

Meet the fall 2021 visiting artists

Leading visual and performing artists engage deeply with students and faculty, and share their work with the broader Stanford community. Among the fall 2021 cohort are several artists who were invited to extend their original terms due to the pandemic.

Stanford Report —

Equity seed grant bolsters environmental justice efforts

Stanford researchers have been working to weave critical concepts of equitable sustainability and environmental justice into research, teaching and community-based learning, including through a new environmental justice minor.

Stanford Athletics —

Olympian Brooke Forde’s transition beyond swimming

Cardinal swimmer Brooke Forde won a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics and now sets her eyes on the future. Her passion for the environment and climate change motivates her to make a difference in the world.

Stanford Report —

Immersive sustainability course embodies new school principles

Graduate students across disciplines participated in an immersive, weeklong summer course centered on systems thinking, transdisciplinary thinking, and connecting research and practice that could be a model keystone experience for Stanford’s new school focused on climate and sustainability.