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Jan 16 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Initiatives, Research, Students
John Alsterda, a doctoral student who is developing a new emergency avoidance controller for self-driving cars, is one of 91 military service veterans studying at Stanford.
Jan 16 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Dialogue, In the News, Initiatives, Students
On April 14, 1967, Martin Luther King, Jr., spoke at Memorial Auditorium about racism and civil rights in American society. Here is an excerpt from his speech at Stanford.
Jan 14 2020 | Stanford News
Three Stanford students and one postdoctoral scholar have been selected to the first class of IF/THEN ambassadors for the American Association for the Advancement of Science. For the next 18 months, each will provide support and mentorship to young girls interested in pursuing STEM fields. Graduate...
Jan 14 2020 | Stanford Scope Blog
I applied to medical school five years ago. (Wow, time really flies, doesn't it?). At the time, marriage equality was still being contested in the U.S. Supreme Court, and about one-third of all LGBTQ-identifying medical students reported concealing their sexual orientation and/or gender identity...
Jan 7 2020 | Stanford News
When asylum seekers arrive at the United States border, the first step upon arrival is the credible fear interview, a one-hour screening with an immigration official to establish whether there is a “significant possibility” that they suffered persecution or torture in their home country. If they...