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Is there a future for humanists in Silicon Valley?

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Reaction to tomorrow's BiblioTech conference has so far been outstanding. Silicon Valley leaders, faculty and humanities PhDs will explore career options in technology and industry. David Palumbo-Liu, professor of comparative literature, is a co-organizer of the event, which will be live-streamed.

Committee appointed to study Searsville Dam, Reservoir

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A new committee made up of Stanford faculty members will study the Searsville Dam and Reservoir over the next two years, bringing a multidisciplinary perspective in considering the needs of the university, the surrounding community and the environment.

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  • Facebook Open Office Hours: During a visit to campus last week, Thomas Friedman, foreign affairs columnist for the New York Times, responded to a question submitted on Stanford's Facebook page about challenges today's college students will face in the coming decade. Watch the video.
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SONIA BARRAGAN, NANCY LONHART, CHRIS SHAY and VUONG QUOC VU to receive Medical School awards  . . .

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