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Mar 14 2018 | Stanford News Stanford, Students, VPGE
Stanford will welcome about 80 prospective graduate students to campus Friday for Graduate Recruitment and Diversity Day (GRAD Day), which introduces admitted graduate students and promising candidates to the resources, programs and supportive community that allow students from diverse backgrounds...
Mar 13 2018 | Stanford Graduate School of Education Stanford, Students
Ninety-one percent of the Stanford Graduate School of Education class of 2017 received one or more jobs offers within four months of earning their degrees, according to a new survey. The GSE graduates held a variety of positions across the education sector and related industries — predominantly in...
Mar 12 2018 | Stanford Earth Research, Stanford, Students
Nearly every major plan to limit the damage from climate change relies in part on combining bioenergy with carbon capture and storage, a technology in early development known as “BECCS.” Feedstock plants would grow by absorbing carbon dioxide from the air, and the carbon-dioxide generated from...
Mar 5 2018 | Stanford News Stanford
After accepting the position of associate dean for religious life at Stanford last year, Sughra Ahmed and her family decided to perform the hajj before bidding farewell to each other – making their way from their home in England to Mecca, the holiest city of Islam in Saudi Arabia. “Circumambulating...
Mar 1 2018 | Wired Fellow, Research, Stanford
EACH AUTUMN, BUSINESSES flock to elite universities like Harvard and Stanford to recruit engineers for their first post-university jobs. Curious students pile into classrooms to hear recruiters deliver their best pitches. These are the first moments when prospective employees size up a company’s...

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