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Feb 9 2022 | Stanford Report Faculty, Research, Stanford, Students, VPGE
Engineers working to reverse the proliferation of greenhouse gases know that in addition to reducing carbon dioxide emissions we will also need to remove carbon dioxide from power plant fumes or from the skies. But, what do we do with all that captured carbon? Matteo Cargnello, a chemical engineer...
Feb 9 2022 | Stanford Report Announcement, Stanford, Students, VPGE
Cassandra Volpe Horii has joined Stanford as its new director of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and associate vice provost for education. Her appointment began Feb. 7. Horii will work closely with Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Sarah Church and Vice Provost for Graduate...
Feb 2 2022 | Stanford Engineering Faculty, Research, Stanford, VPGE
Stacey Bent is a professor of Chemical Engineering and Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs. In this interview, she shares a deeper look at her research focus – the chemistry of surfaces – plus thoughtful perspective on how loss, family, and work has shaped her outlook. Read...
Feb 2 2022 | Stanford Report Fellow, Research, Stanford
In a primary election, if voters believe that it is too hard or impossible for a woman candidate to win a general election, they’ll support a male candidate from their party instead – even if they personally preferred a woman, according to new Stanford research.
Feb 1 2022 | Stanford Report Faculty, Research, Stanford, VPGE
An unrelenting pandemic that continues to disproportionately affect communities of color, ongoing roadblocks to obstruct efforts to expand the franchise and protect voting discrimination, a growing movement to push anti-racist curricula out of schools – events over the past year have only...

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