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Oct 10 2019 | Scope Education, Fellow, Stanford, Students
Carolyn Dundes came to Stanford Medicine to learn about brain development and stem cell biology, not to be a spokesperson for gender minorities. But, as an out and proud transgender scientist, Dundes will continue to do so until it's no longer necessary.
Oct 8 2019 | Stanford News Announcement, Stanford, Students
Stanford Graduate School of Business today announced a school-wide commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, reinforcing its pledge to promote these values and cultivate a culture based on openness, fairness, and respect. This aligns with Stanford’s stated goal of advancing human welfare in a...
Oct 3 2019 | Stanford News Education, Stanford, Students
Chris Golde, assistant director of career communities for PhDs and postdocs, is one of three career coaches at BEAM career education who work with graduate students and postdocs undergoing a job search. She offers advice about being open to all the possibilities. VPGE partners with campus offices,...
Oct 3 2019 | The Dish Awards, Fellow, Stanford
Sixteen Stanford graduate students are among this year’s recipients of the Siebel Scholars award. The scholarship is awarded annually by the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation in Redwood City. Now in its 19th year, the award this year recognizes 93 exceptional graduate students at leading schools...
Sep 30 2019 | Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Fellow, Research, Stanford
A preventive treatment developed by Stanford researchers could greatly reduce the incidence and severity of wildfires. The approach, outlined Sept. 30 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, involves an environmentally benign gel-like fluid that helps common wildland fire retardants...

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