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Jun 9 2014 | Stanford Report Fellow, Research, Students
New Stanford research shows that enormous lakes that existed in the western United States during the peak of the last Ice Age grew large due to a cooler climate and a reduced evaporation rate. The finding could help improve computer simulations of climate change. Daniel Ibarra is a graduate student...
Jun 5 2014 | Stanford Report Fellow, Research, Students
Researchers outline viable local and regional options for mitigating and adapting to effects of ocean acidification. Researcher Aaron Strong a 2011 David and Lucile Packard Foundation SGF, 2013 EDGE-STEM student mentor, 2013 GPS Fellow, 2014 James and Nancy Kelso SIGF, and SPICE funding recipient....
May 1 2014 | Stanford Report Students
Student theater troupe re-imagines and re-translates the family farce in Plautus' Casina, setting it in the Gilded Age of San Francisco, where a motley crew of characters pokes fun at social institutions. BY TANU WAKEFIELD The Stanford Classics in Theater (SCIT) troupe is a recipient of a VPGE...
Apr 25 2014 | VPGE Newsletter Education, Events, Students, VPGE
The VPGE Spring Newsletter announces the 2014 Stanford Graduate Summer Institute and Spring quarter workshops and highlights SPICE and student participation. Find out more
Apr 9 2014 | Stanford Report Education, Events, Students
Under a new model of career services, Stanford is offering specialized career development support to students and connecting them to internship and employment opportunities, mentoring and networking programs, and experiential learning opportunities, such as off-campus "career treks." BY KATHLEEN...

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