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Thursday, July 12, 2012

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Innovative Psychology One program celebrates 10 years

With a dual mission of providing an exciting introductory course for undergraduates along with training for teaching fellows and faculty, Psychology One is a learning experience at all levels. It is celebrating its first decade with a conference today and tomorrow.

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George Shultz on energy: 'You've got to walk the talk'

For George Shultz, energy conservation is more than a policy issue. It's personal. "You've got to walk the talk," says the former secretary of state. He leads a group preparing to propose a federal tax on carbon to slash U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and oil consumption.

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Hunting with fire may benefit Australia's small mammals

Western Australia's Martu people set small fires as a matter of course while hunting lizards. But the technique may also buffer the landscape against two extremes – overgrown brush and widespread lightning fires – that hurt Australia's endangered small mammals.

Campus Announcements

  • CASBS residential fellowships: The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford (CASBS) welcomes fellowship applications for the 2013-14 academic year. The application period began May 17 and ends October 1. For more information visit the CASBS website.
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