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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Photo: Ann Carlson, in green.

Artist takes performance to new heights at Jasper Ridge

Visiting artist Ann Carlson, in green, is no stranger to unconventional performance sites, including frozen ponds, dairy farms and trains. Her latest project, Picture Jasper Ridge, brought her to Stanford's biological preserve.

Photo of Terman site after demolition

Demolished Terman Center to live on across campus

The Department of Project Management recycled or reused 99.6 percent of the former Terman Center. The resulting vacant lot will become temporarily available as open space until it once again houses an academic building.

Photo of Fahmida Ahmed

Sustainability: Good for   you, good for the planet

Often what is good for individual health also helps save natural resources, says Fahmida Ahmed, associate director of the university's sustainability office. BeWell spoke with Ahmed about how sustainability and wellness intersect.

Campus Announcements

  • Amy Blue Award reminder: The deadline is approaching for nominations for the 2012 Amy J. Blue Awards, which honor staff members who are exceptionally effective, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work. The awards are presented to three staff members each year. Nominations must be received by midnight Wednesday, March 21. For details, visit the award website

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