Category: On the Move

Linda Darling-Hammond

Linda Darling-Hammond named president for California State Board of Education

by Kate Chesley on February 13, 2019 2:32 pm
In his State of the State Address on Tuesday, Feb. 12, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that he was appointing LINDA DARLING-HAMMOND to the position of president for the State Board of Education. Newsom called Darling-Hammond, the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education, Emerita, a “nationally recognized education expert” and said she would work “alongside State… Read more Linda Darling-Hammond named president for California State Board of Education
soccer players

The Cardinal dominated the first round of the National Women's Soccer League Draft

by Stanford Athletics on January 15, 2019 2:47 pm
Three Cardinal were selected in the first seven picks of the 2019 National Women’s Soccer League Draft, including TIERNA DAVIDSON going No. 1 overall to the Chicago Red Stars. Joining Davidson in the first round were JORDAN DIBIASI and TEGAN MCGRADY, who were picked third and seventh, respectively, by the Washington Spirit. They join former… Read more The Cardinal dominated the first round of the National Women's Soccer League Draft
Marcus Cole

Marcus Cole named dean of the Notre Dame Law School

by Stephanie Ashe on January 14, 2019 2:50 pm
Law School Professor G. MARCUS COLE, the William F. Baxter-Visa International Professor of Law, has been appointed dean of the Law School and professor of law at the University of Notre Dame. Cole will assume the deanship in the summer of 2019. “Professor Cole has been a member of the Stanford Law School faculty for… Read more Marcus Cole named dean of the Notre Dame Law School
Anne Sweeney-Hoy

Anne Sweeney-Hoy appointed senior associate vice president of finance

by Stanford News Service on January 8, 2019 1:11 pm
ANNE SWEENEY-HOY, Stanford’s chief ethics and compliance officer, has been appointed senior associate vice president of finance and leader of the Financial Management Services (FMS) organization. She succeeds SUSAN CALANDRA, who is retiring after 25 years at Stanford. The announcement of Sweeney-Hoy’s appointment was made by RANDY LIVINGSTON, vice president for business affairs, chief financial officer and… Read more Anne Sweeney-Hoy appointed senior associate vice president of finance
Graduate School of Business graduates

Stanford MBA Class of 2018 chose careers where they could make a difference

by Graduate School of Business Communications on December 14, 2018 2:29 pm
The MBA Class of 2018 broke records for salaries for the fourth consecutive year, yet their career choices were not about chasing the money. “Our graduates pursued roles where they can make a difference in the world and have [a] positive impact on the greater economy, regardless of salary,” said YOSSI FEINBERG, senior associate dean… Read more Stanford MBA Class of 2018 chose careers where they could make a difference
Mark Cullen

Mark Cullen named Stanford's senior associate vice provost for research

by Nathan Collins on November 27, 2018 3:56 pm
  MARK CULLEN, professor of medicine and senior associate dean of research in the School of Medicine, has been named senior associate vice provost for research. In the new role, Cullen will advise Dean of Research and Vice Provost KAM MOLER on university-wide research policy and compliance issues as well as develop strategy for the… Read more Mark Cullen named Stanford's senior associate vice provost for research
Stanford Redwood City

Stanford Redwood City staff members get a taste – literally – of their new workplace

by Kate Chesley on November 8, 2018 3:24 pm
LISA SIMPSON was hoping at least 500 of the 2,300 staff members moving to the new Stanford Redwood City campus would come to the Thursday resource fair designed to give people a taste of their new work place. By noon, the number of fair participants had easily exceeded 500 with still two more hours of… Read more Stanford Redwood City staff members get a taste – literally – of their new workplace
Glade Dlott

Graduate student Glade Dlott receives award to study soil microbes at national lab

by Taylor Kubota on October 2, 2018 2:36 pm
In only a handful of soil, you hold thousands – or even tens of thousands – of different kinds of bacteria and fungi. These microbes break down waste, help nutrients cycle through ecosystems and serve as food sources for other microscopic soil dwellers, like protists, mites and nematodes. Although we are certain that microbes in… Read more Graduate student Glade Dlott receives award to study soil microbes at national lab
Richard Thompson Ford

New resident fellows appointed in Arroyo and Kimball halls

by Kate Chesley on September 16, 2018 10:16 am
New resident fellows will be overseeing activities in Arroyo and Kimball halls beginning this fall. Arroyo is an all-first-year residence located in the Wilbur Hall complex. It houses 85 first-year students. Kimball Hall is an arts and performance theme house located on the east side of campus in the Gerhard Casper Quad housing 212 upper-class… Read more New resident fellows appointed in Arroyo and Kimball halls
Brenda McComb

New student affairs professionals and ombudsperson join Stanford

by Alex Kekauoha on September 13, 2018 3:03 pm
Stanford recently welcomed several new staff in Student Affairs and the Ombuds Office. Among them is BRENDA MCCOMB, who joined the university as interim associate vice provost and dean of students. McComb comes to Stanford from Oregon State University, where she held several positions, including dean of the Graduate School and senior vice provost for academic affairs.… Read more New student affairs professionals and ombudsperson join Stanford