Skip to main content

Awards

Grad wins fellowships to pursue bold innovation at MIT

Kartik Chandra, who studied computer science, English and physics at Stanford, won two fellowships that will support his graduate studies in electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Read More

Neale Mahoney and Heidi Williams named co-recipients of the 2021 ASHEcon Medal

Two faculty from the Department of Economics in the School of Humanities and Sciences have been named co-recipients of the biennial 2021 ASHEcon Medal.

Read More
Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —

Sherri Rose wins Spiegelman Award for contributions to public health statistics

Sherri Rose has been honored with the Mortimer Spiegelman Award, the nation’s highest honor in biostatistics.

Read More

Stanford awards 2020 Marsh O’Neill Awards to Kevin Manalili and Richard Tiberio

Kevin Manalili, director of facilities planning and management for the School of Engineering, and Richard Tiberio, senior research scientist at Stanford Nano Shared Facilities, have each won a 2020 Marsh O’Neill Award for Exceptional and Enduring Support of Stanford University’s Research Enterprise.

Read More
Stanford Athletics —

2021 Stanford Athletic Board Awards

Wrestler Shane Griffith and women's basketball player Ashten Prechtel were recently recognized with the Bob Murphy Award, given to student-athletes whose unforgettable performance in an athletic contest secures a place in Stanford Athletics history.

Read More
Stanford News —

Brown Institute for Media Innovation announces Magic Grant winners

Stanford graduate students are among recipients of grants aimed at fostering new tools and modes of expression.

Read More

Faculty Women’s Forum announces 2021 award winners

The 2021 Faculty Women’s Forum Awards will be presented in a virtual ceremony beginning at noon on Monday, June 14. Advance registration is required to attend.

Read More

Three staffers win 2021 Amy J. Blue Awards

The awards honor the life and work of the late Amy J. Blue, an associate vice president for administrative services and facilities, who was known as a woman of incisive intelligence, abundant energy and unrelenting honesty.

Read More
Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences —

Ronald Egan elected to the American Philosophical Society

Ronald Egan, who specializes in the study of classical Chinese literature, is elected to the oldest learned society in the country.

Read More

2021 President’s Awards for Excellence Through Diversity

The awards recognize and honor individuals and programs that have made exceptional contributions to enhancing and supporting diversity within the Stanford community.

Read More