University Affairs

Stanford admits 743 early applicants to the Class of 2019

Stanford has sent acceptance letters to 743 high school students who sought admission to the Class of 2019 under the university's early admission program.

Stanford University reports FY 2014 financial results

Steven Denning portrait / Photo: L.A. Cicero

Trustees give nod of approval to administrative campus in Redwood City

The administrative campus will blend a sense of warmth with a contemporary aesthetic, and reflect the qualitative aspects of the main campus, such as intimate courtyards, gateways and public spaces.

Stanford forms new Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

By combining resources of the Center for Teaching and Learning, parts of Academic Computing Services, the CourseWork engineering team and the Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning, the new organization will provide better coordination between groups that support teaching, learning and reaching learners online.

Faculty Senate to discuss undergraduate teaching survey, athletics

dogs must be leashed sign / Kate Chesley

Unruly dogs at Lake Lagunita prompt increased leash-law enforcement

The Stanford University Department of Public Safety has begun issuing citations to dog owners who ignore leash laws, especially around Lake Lagunita.

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Stanford Cyber Initiative will tackle Internet technology concerns from many angles

Thanks to a Hewlett Foundation grant, the Stanford Cyber Initiative will address the crucial and complex opportunities and challenges raised by cyber-technologies.

Stanford Professor Emeritus David Nivison dies at 91

A pioneer in the field of Chinese philosophy, Stanford Professor David Nivison bridged the gap between Western philosophical inquiry and traditional Chinese thought.

Kenneth E. Olivier, investment manager, joins Stanford's Board of Trustees

Olivier, who serves on the Stanford Management Company's Board of Directors, also serves on the advisory board of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.

John Powers standing in front of a screen showing a graph./Photo: L.A. Cicero

Stanford Management Company CEO John Powers to depart in 2015

Susan Fleischmann talking to the Faculty Senate./ Photo: L. A. Cicero

Faculty Senate hears update on student judicial affairs process

Improving overall understanding of the Fundamental Standard and Honor Code is important, the senate hears. Meanwhile, the Office of Community Standards also is working to identify further ways of strengthening the process for student conduct cases.

Stanford offers students a medical test for unintended drug ingestion

Stanford University offers testing for students who believe they may have consumed a drug without their knowledge or consent.

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Give bicyclists 3-foot clearance when passing

The new California law improves safety by giving bicyclists more space on the road.

Stanford Responds to Election Mailer

Stanford University is investigating the facts behind an academic research study independently undertaken by political science researchers at Stanford and Dartmouth that involved election mailers sent to voters. As it investigates, Stanford is also cooperating with an inquiry undertaken by election officials in the State of Montana.

Making educated choices about health care during Open Enrollment at Stanford

Thorough information about medical, dental and vision plans for 2015 is available online to help Stanford employees make decisions.