Stanford Athletics is showing its 'greener' side
Stanford Athletics is working to reduce its environmental footprint and raise awareness about its commitment to sustainability.
Stanford honors leaders past, present and future with 'Founders' symposium
In the second in a series of symposia marking Stanford's 125th year, President John Hennessy will open a campus conversation with alumni who have put their ideas into action in the world.
Seeking dialogue on investment responsibility
Alison Colwell, who recently joined Stanford to lead the new Investment Responsibility Stakeholder Relations program, brings global experience and a passion for bringing people together.
Health advisory information for the campus community
Stanford's incoming president comes to campus
After unanimous approval by the Stanford Board of Trustees, Marc Tessier-Lavigne was introduced as Stanford's next president. Tessier-Lavigne's day on campus included meeting members of the Stanford community at several events such as a meeting of the Faculty Senate.
Neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne named Stanford's next president
Tessier-Lavigne, president of The Rockefeller University and former Stanford faculty member, will assume the role Sept. 1.
Stanford University advisory on Zika virus
Filmmaker Ken Burns will be Stanford's 2016 Commencement speaker
The documentary filmmaker, who has received dozens of major awards for his work, will speak at the university's main ceremony in Stanford Stadium on Sunday, June 12.
Stanford releases fundraising results
In 2014–15, gifts to Stanford included a significant collection of art and support for the university's two hospitals.
With change ahead, campus service station to wind down operations
Stanford's Faculty Senate discusses shifting educational environment
Harry J. Elam Jr., vice provost for undergraduate education, titled his annual address to the senate "Our Shifting Educational Environment: Why Stanford's Leadership in Higher Education is Critical Now."
Q&A with Mariann Byerwalter, interim president and CEO of Stanford Health Care
Recently named interim president and CEO of Stanford Health Care, Mariann Byerwalter talks about why this is a particularly exciting time for SHC as it builds a new hospital and pursues innovative breakthroughs that improve people's lives.
Bryan Stevenson highlights racism, inequity in criminal justice system in Stanford talk
Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Alabama-based Equal Justice Initiative, said Americans need to better understand the deep racial problems in the criminal justice system and their societal consequences.
Escondido Village housing project moves ahead with revisions
What does the great engineering school of the future look like?
Stanford School of Engineering charts a vision for the future across three critical areas: research, education and culture.