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Woods Institute awards four environmental venture grants

Photo of African savannah

The Woods Institute for the Environment has awarded four Environmental Venture Projects grants to interdisciplinary research aimed at promoting global sustainability. The funded projects tackle challenges in areas ranging from the savannahs of East Africa to the big cities of India.

Stanford Jazz Festival kicks off with a global focus

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Since 1972, the Stanford Jazz Festival has celebrated the art form considered to be quintessentially American. Yet, as the festival prepares to kick off on Friday, it sets its sites on jazz's African forebears and cousins in Brazil, Europe and around the world. See Randy Weston's African Rhythms Trio on Saturday.

Students create archive now on exhibit in Green Library

Photo of Briones exhibit

Juana Briones was born in 1802 in what is now Santa Cruz and was later a land owner in San Francisco and Palo Alto. Students in "Introduction to Public History and Public Service" created an archive describing her remarkable life. See the archive on exhibit in the Green Library East lobby.

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  • Transportation impacts on Wednesday: Between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Wednesday, June 23, Marguerite stops on Serra Mall for lines A, B, C, SLAC and VA will be moved to the Oval or to the Medical Center. Between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., the Marguerite line B stops near Tresidder will be relocated to Mayfield Avenue, at the crosswalk in front of Florence Moore Hall. Everything is subject to change, so visit the Parking & Transportation Services website or email marguerite@stanford.edu.
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CHARLES JUNKERMAN, associate provost and dean of Continuing Studies, is elected president of the Stanford Historical Society....

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