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Oct 24 2019
Our own Peer Advisor, Emily Elott '20, has been selected to be a Hume Humanities Honors Fellow at the Stanford Humanites Center for 2019-2020...
By Kathleen J. Sullivan Ten faculty members have been named or reappointed Bass University Fellows for 2019-20 in recognition of their...
Oct 13 2019 | The Dish
by Melissa De Witte on October 13, 2019 11:54 am A traveling historical and photographic exhibit sponsored by the Chinese Railroad Workers in...
Stanford Global Studies has awarded three Stanford faculty members Course Innovation Grants, which support courses that creatively offer ways...
Aug 7 2019 | Stanford News
by Alex Shashkevich Over summer quarter, a group of students visited a fantasy world of trolls, ogres, dragons, witches and fairies in a new...
Jun 17 2019 | Stanford News
by Alex Shashkevich on June 17, 2019 3:03 pm The American Studies Association created a new prize and named it for Stanford’s English Professor...
by Kate Chelsey Student journalists who reported on the effects of the Camp Fire in Northern California and on the university’s partnerships...
  John L’Heureux directed the highly regarded Stanford Creative Writing Program and the Wallace Stegner Creative Writing...
Apr 9 2019 | Stanford News
The First Transcontinental Railroad of the United States, constructed between 1863 and 1869, was arguably one of the most ambitious American...
Nov 7 2018 | Stanford News
BY ALEX SHASHKEVICH Using the latest tools in digitization and data analysis, a group of Stanford English students is helping scholars...

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