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Oct 24 2016 | Stanford News | Posted In: Awards, Faculty, Research
José David Salvídar, professor of comparative literature, received the 2016 Jay B. Hubbell Medal for lifetime achievement, given out by the American Literature Society to scholars of American literary studies. The award was announced on Oct. 10 and will be presented to Saldívar at the 2017 Modern...
Oct 18 2016 | Posted In: Announcements, Faculty, In the News, Students
A new video produced by the School of Engineering, "The Strength of Stanford Engineering is in the Diversity of our Students," highlights the school's diverse PhD students and commitment to diversity.  Engineering PhD students, senior leadership, faculty, and staff discuss the resources supporting...
Oct 18 2016 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Research
Sociologist Corey D. Fields finds that some African-American Republicans see issues of race and racism as more of a problem in America than others. Despite being a relatively rare breed, African-American Republicans are diverse in their political thinking and reasons for being part of the GOP,...
Oct 17 2016 | Stanford News | Posted In: In the News, Initiatives
A White House-sponsored $1.5 million grant was awarded to the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and Third Sector Capital Partners. The White House announced last week a grant to the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and Third Sector Capital Partners to help build a framework for...
Oct 12 2016 | Stanford GSB | Posted In: In the News, Research
Research shows why understanding the source of discrimination matters. If the United States is a melting pot for racial and ethnic diversity, the pot seems to be boiling over in this presidential election. Whether racism is on the rise, there is no question that attitudes toward racial and ethnic...

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