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Scholar explores Islamic history through romantic poetry

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As most modern people would agree, love is a fickle emotion, and things haven't changed much in 500 years. In medieval Persian society, poets yearned to feel loved by the object of their affection, whether it was an alluring woman, the king or a great spiritual leader.

More sponsors sought at Global Climate and Energy Project

The Global Climate and Energy Project has opened the door for more companies to join the project through a revised contract with its current corporate sponsors. GCEP, which launched nine years ago, has supported 80 research programs with more than $100 million.

International health program remembered as life-changing

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The Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Scholars Program is now three decades old, and participants say their experience in the global health program changed the way they practice medicine. Stanford participants shared their experiences at a recent symposium marking the program's 30th year.

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  • Save the date for "Leading Matters on Campus": Stanford faculty and staff are invited to join President John Hennessy and Provost John Etchemendy for "Leading Matters on Campus," a presentation that has inspired Stanford alumni and friends worldwide. The campus event is scheduled for Oct. 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Maples Pavilion and includes a complimentary lunch. Invitations will be emailed in August. For now, please mark your calendars.
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