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Sep 8 2015 | Stanford Report Announcement, Education, Stanford
Career educators at BEAM connect with students – undergraduates as well as graduate students – to help them explore career paths, identify and apply for opportunities, and cultivate personalized networks that shape their professional journeys. With the continuing evolution of career education on...
Aug 27 2015 | Stanford Graduate School of Business Fellow, Research, Stanford
Research shows that white Americans, when faced with evidence of racial privilege, deny that they have benefited personally.
Aug 12 2015 | Scope Fellow, Research, Stanford
Imagine you're thrown into wild ocean waters, battered by waves until you can't tell which way is up. Your only chance of survival is to somehow sense the location of a rock outcropping and cling to it. Now factor in that the churning water is highly acidic and lethal – that's the predicament...
Aug 4 2015 | Stanford News Faculty, Stanford
Stanford School of Law Professor David Sklansky advocates overhauling federal prison sentencing guidelines that have locked up millions of Americans – many of them young black men – for nonviolent crimes. One big problem is the proliferation of mandatory minimum sentencing laws. It is time to fix...
Jul 30 2015 | KQED Fellow, Research, Stanford
Bangladesh—a country just east of India on the Bay of Bengal—is known for its lush, tropical environment and extensive river system. It’s capital, Dhaka, is the tenth largest city in the world and travel by boat and Rickshaw is a common way to get around town. While the waterways are an inviting...

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