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Faculty rejects ban on tobacco funds 'Ex-Terrorists' Hold Lecture Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million Commerce secretary speaking to students University Wins Robot Car Challenge   Human embryonic stem cell project  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes  Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford
  Stanford Law grad among seven killed in Iraq chopper crash  37-year-old fire marshal Christopher 'Tripp' Zanetis was an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton's Litigation Department Muslim student attacked for wearing hijab in Stanford Athletics ad Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne Stanford University president to step down  John L. Hennessy, who established the University as a center of innovation, will be stepping down after 15 years as the head of the campus Stanford investigating apparent IT breach Institute created to reduce world poverty Stanford endorses the return of ROTC Hundreds Laid Off As Endowment Shrinks Computer Prof. Motwani Found Dead Judge leaving bench for Stanford post Cutbacks Planned Amid Economic Slump Fall acceptance rate is a record low Stanford Gets Tapes Of Intellectuals Rumsfeld heading to Hoover Institution University alarmed by 'student's' ruse Student Impostor Unmasked
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  Stanford Law grad among seven killed in Iraq chopper crash


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Mar.16
  37-year-old fire marshal Christopher 'Tripp' Zanetis was an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton's Litigation Department


year 2016 Top ^

Nov.7 Physicist Persis Drell named new provost at Stanford Sep.13 Muslim student attacked for wearing hijab in Stanford Athletics ad
  Tesay Yusuf is the Stanford junior at the center of the picture and the controversy. She was attacked on social media for wearing a hijab Apr.28 Stanford ranks No. 1 in state in crime per student, UC Berkeley No. 2 Apr.22 UC Berkeley grad, two Stanford students win $250,000 fellowships Feb.23 Stanford taps Nike's Phil Knight for $400 million gift Feb.4 Stanford new president: neuroscience pioneer Marc Tessier-Lavigne  Stanford University on Thursday named a neuroscientist with stellar research and biotech credentials to be its 11th president

year 2015 Top ^

Oct.3 Stanford ranked third best university in global ranking
Sep.7 Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MIT Jun.11 Stanford University president to step down
  John L. Hennessy, who established the University as a center of innovation, will be stepping down after 15 years as the head of the campus
Mar.28  Unusually high number of students suspected of cheating

year 2014 Top ^

Sep.16  Stanford professor wins MacArthur grant for her study of biases Aug.28  Stanford law professor Cuellar confirmed to California Supreme Court Aug.7  Stanford University’s endowment haul: $18.7 billion Jun.15  Bill Gates pleads with Stanford grads to improve the world

year 2013 Top ^

Sep.25  Three Bay Area scientists win 'Genius Grants' Sep.7  Santa Clara, Stanford compete in Solar Decathlon Aug.22  Rankings put Stanford and Berkeley in the top three -- in the world Jul.25 Stanford investigating apparent IT breach
  Stanford University is asking its e-mail and computer network users to change their passwords after an apparent information technology breach

year 2012 Top ^

Nov.18  Four Bay Area students win Rhodes Scholarships

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.9  Intellectual occupy events at Stanford Nov.3 Institute created to reduce world poverty
  University is creating the Institute for Innovation in Developing Economie, focused on reducing global poverty with one of the largest donations Jul.31  Research team studies perfect golf swing Jul.12 Students begin tracking government Jun.12 Mexican leader speaks at commencement Apr.28 Stanford endorses the return of ROTC  4 decades after arsonists burned ROTC building to the ground, the university voted overwhelmingly to support the efforts Apr.15 Harvard names professor as provost Mar.9  Stanford athletes to easy classes

year 2010 Top ^

Nov.21 Student named Rhodes Scholar for 2011
Oct.28 $200M stem cell research building opens Aug.27 $350 million for business school

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.7 Stanford looks to private equity firms
Sep.2 Hundreds Laid Off As Endowment Shrinks  University has laid off 412 employees and plans an additional 60 layoffs later to offset a steep drop in the value of its endowment Jul.10 Professor Nominated To Head USGS Jun.14 Justice Kennedy Addresses Graduation Jun.7 Computer Prof. Motwani Found Dead  47-year-old Rajeev Motwani, a well-known University professor who advised one of Google's creators, was found dead in his swimming pool May.26 University names business school dean May.6 Judge leaving bench for Stanford post  Michael W. McConnell, 53, ho sits on the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver is resigning to take a post at Stanford Law School Jan.20 Athletics considering cuts

year 2008 Top ^

Nov.1 Cutbacks Planned Amid Economic Slump  The university is planning to postpone some construction projects and control salaries over the 2 years to reduce expenses amid the economic... Mar.28 Fall acceptance rate is a record low  University is offering spots to 2,400 of the 25,298 prospective freshmen who applied for the coming fall, the lowest rate in the school's hi...

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Dec.9 Stanford to warehouse East Asian books
Sep.24 Stanford Gets Tapes Of Intellectuals  University announced the acquisition of historic recordings of Dalai Lama, Jiddu Krishnamurti, author Joseph Campbell and others Sep.7   Rumsfeld heading to Hoover Institution  The formersecretary of defense who resigned under fire, will be a visiting fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution Jun.21 BP Awards $7.5M To For Energy Research May.26 University alarmed by 'student's' ruse  Students expressed bewilderment and alarm at the revelation that a young woman was living for 8 months in two campus dormitories May.24 Student Impostor Unmasked
  A young woman passed herself off as a student, talked her way into dormitories and lived on campus in the dorms for 8 months
May.18 Faculty rejects ban on tobacco funds  University's faculty has voted down, 21-10, a proposal that would have banned its scientists from accepting funds from the tobacco industry Apr.17   'Ex-Terrorists' Hold Lecture
  Walid Shoebat and two others who call themselves former terrorists spoke at a controversial lecture admitting to participating in killings

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Dec.19 Wie accepted to Stanford Aug.1 Nike Chairman Pledges $105 Million  Phil Knight pledged the largest gift to a business school to help build $275 million graduate business school campus Feb.16 Commerce secretary speaking to students  Carlos Gutierrez addresses Graduate School of Business about trade deficit Jan.31 Bush names Stanford professor Jan.27 New maternity policy

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Oct.30  Universirty Gets Steinbeck's Nobel Medal Oct.10 University Wins Robot Car Challenge
  Diesel-powered, driverless Volkswagen Toureg won a $2 million desert race in Nevada Jun.12  Jobs Tells Graduates to Pursue Passions May.28 MBA Candidates Who Hacked - Rejected


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Jun.3  Fasting students get support Mar.4  Salaries frozen to cope with deficit

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.10   Human embryonic stem cell project
  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology


year 2001 Top ^

Oct.10 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes
  Economists George Akerlof, professor at UC Berkeley and Michael Spence of Stanford
Aug.31 Donor withholds $60M from Stanford May.19 Online Luring

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.27 2,000 acres keep from development
Apr.3 Hennessy named as 10th president