Stanford launches Scholar Rescue Fund
The Rescue Fund offers residencies to international scholars facing hardship in their home countries.
May 10, 2023
Meet the team preserving Stanford's land, water, and wildlife
The staff behind the Conservation Program are leading Stanford’s land stewardship efforts to ensure the university’s vast natural landscape and biodiversity can thrive.
April 22, 2023
Run on sunshine: A look at Stanford's sustainability efforts
Through various efforts -- big and small, seen and unseen -- Stanford aims to embody the future of sustainability.
April 20, 2023
Stanford Doerr School announces its first focus area
It will focus on greenhouse gas removal from the atmosphere as the first of what will be several Flagship Destinations
April 13, 2023
Stanford researchers expand disease-tracking in wastewater beyond COVID-19
Newly developed methods can provide real-time about other viruses circulating in a community
March 23, 2023
'Two-eyed seeing' off the California coast amid climate change
A new research partnership will combine Indigenous and scientific knowledge to monitor marine life in a sacred tribal region that may be a glimpse of how native species will fare
March 22, 2023
How to make computing more sustainable
SLAC researcher Sadasivan Shankar talks about a new environmental effort starting at the lab – building a roadmap that will help improve the energy efficiency of computing.
March 22, 2023
2023 Community Partnership Awards announced
March 3 event recognized Stanford and community organizations working for the health and sustainability of our local region
March 07, 2023
More low-income high schoolers are using Stanford's digital path to reach college
Stanford Digital Education’s Title I high school outreach program, partnering with a national nonprofit, has more than doubled the number of teens the university reaches nationwide
March 06, 2023
Stanford proposes improvement to Searsville Dam and reservoir
The beginning of the environmental review process this month provides opportunities for community participation
February 21, 2023
Stanford Magazine: Meet Stanford's first Black administrator
Sam McDonald came to campus to build roads and departed with one named after him
February 17, 2023
KQED News: Honoring a Stanford legend and the park that is his legacy
San Mateo County Parks Department is inviting people to Sam McDonald Park to experience a hike created in honor of Stanford University’s first Black grounds superintendent.
February 14, 2023
Local organizations collaborate with Stanford through seed awards from the Office of Community Engagement
This year’s projects will apply research and education on multiple fronts, from housing to indigenous land stewardship to health disparity.
February 06, 2023
A Community Partnership
Santa Clara County Counsel James Williams and his team tackle big issues with help from Stanford Law students
January 05, 2023
Stanford Medicine leaders sign pledge to address climate change
A roundtable at the Biden White House on reducing the health care industry's climate warming emissions included leaders from Stanford.
November 28, 2022
Stanford research ushers in 'new frontier' in tackling global poverty
In the first real-world test of a tool pioneered at Stanford to better evaluate anti-poverty policies, a new study shows the economic benefits of expanding electricity access.
November 16, 2022
Stanford thanks veterans for their service
On Veterans Day, Stanford pays tribute those who answer the call to service. It included a first-time collaboration with the City of Palo Alto and local American Legion post.
November 11, 2022
Coyotes on Stanford campus
Recent coyote sightings on the Stanford campus have sparked questions about the animals and what to do if confronted by one.
November 07, 2022
Stanford gears up for Democracy Day
Classes will not be held on Nov. 8 to encourage the Stanford community to vote in the midterm elections and participate in election-related events and programming.
November 02, 2022
First San Mateo County 'Climate Summit" highlights community-level adaptations
Collaborations between Stanford University and the region’s many community colleges offer exposure to academic paths, from the social sciences to nanotechnology and beyond.
October 13, 2022