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Oct 1 2020 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
The blue whale is the largest animal on Earth. It’s also among the loudest. “Sound is a vital mode of communication in the ocean environment, especially over long distances,” said William Oestreich, a graduate student in biology at Stanford University’s Hopkins Marine Station. “Light, or any sort...
Sep 30 2020 | Stanford Business Stanford, Students
This September, Stanford Graduate School of Business welcomed the largest class to date from around the world to its MBA program. The members of the MBA Class of 2022 have very diverse backgrounds and experiences. Incoming students are from 66 countries, with international students making up 35% of...
Sep 24 2020 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
The deadly new coronavirus is spreading faster in America’s jails and prisons than it did on the Princess Diamond cruise ship or at the pandemic’s outbreak in Wuhan, China, according to a new study co-authored by Stanford Engineering researchers.
Sep 18 2020 | VPGE News Stanford, Students, VPGE
I want to join your School and program and President Tessier-Lavigne in warmly welcoming you to the new academic year! As always, I love the energy and excitement of the start of the year — even if we have to experience much of it virtually or socially distanced for now.
Sep 17 2020 | Stanford News Stanford, Students
In recent decades, ideas originating with Stanford students and faculty brought technologies that have disrupted industries, revolutionized business and eased communication in our daily lives. But they have also been linked to societal problems such as widening inequality, racial bias and lack of...