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CISAC faculty and fellows recommend books, podcasts for summer 2019

by Katy Gabel Chui on June 13, 2019 3:17 pm
Looking for some summer reading? Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) faculty and fellows have a few suggestions. HYUN-BINN CHO, postdoctoral fellow at CISAC, recommends Active Defense: China’s Military Strategy Since 1949. PAUL EDWARDS, the William J. Perry Fellow in International Security and senior research scholar at CISAC and professor of information and history at… Read more CISAC faculty and fellows recommend books, podcasts for summer 2019
Stanford anthropologist Ian Hodder

Stanford archaeologist Ian Hodder honored by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II

by Alex Shashkevich on June 12, 2019 3:40 pm
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has honored Stanford anthropologist IAN HODDER for his work in archaeology and his contribution to the relations between the United Kingdom and Turkey. Hodder, the Dunlevie Family Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences, received the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George – a British order of chivalry… Read more Stanford archaeologist Ian Hodder honored by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II
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Twenty-seven from Stanford win Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants

by Kathleen Sullivan on June 10, 2019 3:59 pm
The Bechtel International Center recently announced that 27 people with Stanford affiliations, including seniors, graduate students and alumni, have won grants to pursue special projects abroad next year with funding from the FULBRIGHT U.S. STUDENT PROGRAM. Under the program, they will travel to 15 countries, including Italy, Hungary, Nepal, Netherlands, Paraguay, Spain and Vietnam. They… Read more Twenty-seven from Stanford win Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants
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Economist Pascaline Dupas named director of the Stanford King Center on Global Development

by King Center on Global Development on June 7, 2019 3:20 pm
PASCALINE DUPAS, a development economist whose scholarship focuses on policies aimed at reducing global poverty, has been named director of the Stanford King Center on Global Development. She succeeds GRANT MILLER, professor of medicine, who will be stepping down as director this summer. Dupas, a professor of economics and a senior fellow at the Stanford… Read more Economist Pascaline Dupas named director of the Stanford King Center on Global Development
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Stanford Alumni Association recognizes students for service to the university

by Stanford Alumni Association on June 6, 2019 3:00 pm
Every year, the Stanford Alumni Association recognizes Stanford students for their service and contributions to the campus community. Among them this year is graduating senior JANET COLEMAN-BELIN, recipient of the year’s Outstanding Achievement Award. She won the award for making a significant impact on the campus community through undergraduate activities and for demonstrating a strong… Read more Stanford Alumni Association recognizes students for service to the university
Conrad Ray

Golf coach Conrad Ray named national coach of the year

by Stanford Athletics on June 4, 2019 2:33 pm
CONRAD RAY, Knowles Family Director of Men’s Golf, has received the 2019 Dave Williams Award as the Division I National Coach of the Year. Ray previously earned the honor in 2007. Just completing his 15th year of coaching on the Farm, Ray recently guided the Cardinal to the national title. Sixth-seeded Stanford defeated fifth-seeded Texas in… Read more Golf coach Conrad Ray named national coach of the year
Ben Hallock

Ben Hallock and Makenzie Fischer are named the nation's top water polo players

by Stanford Athletics on June 3, 2019 2:31 pm
Redshirt sophomore BEN HALLOCK and junior MAKENZIE FISCHER were honored with Peter J. Cutino Awards, which recognize the nation’s most outstanding men’s and women’s water polo players, as voted by Division I coaches. It’s the fourth time one school has swept both men’s and women’s Cutino Awards and the third time Stanford has done it.… Read more Ben Hallock and Makenzie Fischer are named the nation's top water polo players
Koren Bakkegard

Koren Bakkegard wins Fidler Award in Student Affairs

by Kate Chesley on June 2, 2019 12:08 pm
The good news is that KOREN BAKKEGARD, interim associate vice provost of student affairs and dean of residential education, has won the Margaret Fidler Award for Distinguished Service in Stanford Student Affairs. The bad news (for Stanford) is that Bakkegard, who joined the university in 2004, has been named associate vice provost and dean of… Read more Koren Bakkegard wins Fidler Award in Student Affairs
Robinson Award winners

Stanford student journalists have been honored with James S. Robinson Awards

by Kate Chesley on May 30, 2019 1:16 pm
Student journalists who reported on the effects of the Camp Fire in Northern California and on the university’s partnerships with Saudi Arabian institutions have been awarded James S. Robinson Awards for Student Journalists. The prize was established in memory of JAMES ROBINSON, an award-winning journalist who served as editor of Stanford Report before he died… Read more Stanford student journalists have been honored with James S. Robinson Awards
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Philippines investigative journalist and press freedom beacon Maria Ressa wins 2019 Shorenstein Journalism Award

by Noa Ronkin on May 29, 2019 2:37 pm
Stanford’s Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center (APARC) has awarded journalist Maria Ressa the 2019 Shorenstein Journalism Award. Ressa, the co-founder, CEO and executive editor of the Philippine news platform Rappler, has been a journalist in Asia for more than 30 years and commended worldwide for her work in fighting disinformation and attempts to silence the… Read more Philippines investigative journalist and press freedom beacon Maria Ressa wins 2019 Shorenstein Journalism Award