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Portrait of Greg Boardman
Jun 8 2017
Greg Boardman, vice provost for student affairs, has been named a recipient of a 2017 Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for Distinctive Contributions to Undergraduate Education. He is one of two staff members, three faculty members and three students who will receive university awards on Sunday, June 18, ...
Jun 3 2017
Former Dean of Students James Lyons,  left, honored Greg Boardman, vice provost for student affairs,  with a special award  during the annual ceremony for the James W. Lyons Award  for Service on May 23.  Seven students also received the annual honor.. 
Jun 2 2017
The university’s Band Oversight Committee has removed the Stanford Band's provisional status, allowing it to again be considered a student organization in good standing.
Howard Wolf and Lauren Phillips standing with Lauren's citation
May 26 2017
Senior Lauren "LoMo" Phillips, right, was awarded the Stanford Alumni Association’s 2017 J.E. Wallace Sterling Award for outstanding service to Stanford. Howard Wolf, president of Stanford Alumni Association and vice president for alumni affairs, recently presented the award to Phillips, who is...

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