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By Christie
Christie technology takes classroom visualization to a higher level

By LuMind Foundation
LuMind Foundation, the nation’s leading Down syndrome cognition research organization, has contributed $10.5 million to fund cognition research since the organization was founded in 2004.

By MOOCs Helpline
Udacity has found that students of MOOCs fare better than their counterparts at the University of Stanford for a single course. Other computer courses from the same provider are becoming a focal point for the generation of innovative ideas.

By VS3 Media Ventures LLC
VS3 Media Ventures will launch a new web series entitled, “Grown As F*ck” hosted by recent Stanford grad, Victoria Shantrell. Cooking, clubbing, cuddling (or the lack there of) and much more will be discussed in weekly midweek Google+ Hangouts.

By VS3 Media Ventures LLC
Is there a correlation between educational background and YouTube success? Why would one share so much of their life on the internet? How is YouTube changing the educational sector? Questions to be explored and discussed at Google.

By VS3 Media Ventures LLC
Campus Mobile Photo Challenge @ Stanford: During the weeks of Monday, October 22 to Monday, November 5, 2012, students can take photos of themselves and friends in the store or in front of the store’s mural and enter themselves to win prizes.

By Clayman Institute for Gender Research
New interpretation of San Francisco earthquake unearths social and political fault lines

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
Filmmaker and Stanford alumna, Abigail Disney, returns to Stanford University to engage students, faculty and the community on Women, War & Peace as part of Stanford’s ongoing Ethics & War series.

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
In her book, Stanford Professor Cecilia Ridgeway provides a well-reasoned, well-researched explanation of why we continue to observe unequal outcomes for women and men, even in the face of changes that work against gender discrimination.

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
Stanford¹s American Studies Program, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and the Program in Feminist Studies, in conjunction with Ms. Magazine, announce an essay contest as part of a symposium Jan. 2012: "Ms. at 40 and the Future of Feminism"

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By Christie
Christie technology takes classroom visualization to a higher level

By LuMind Foundation
LuMind Foundation, the nation’s leading Down syndrome cognition research organization, has contributed $10.5 million to fund cognition research since the organization was founded in 2004.

By AG Design Group Inc
Palo Alto, CA – Stanford University’s Continuing Studies Department has recently launched a new website, with the help of Bay Area communications firm, AG Design Group.

By MOOCs Helpline
Udacity has found that students of MOOCs fare better than their counterparts at the University of Stanford for a single course. Other computer courses from the same provider are becoming a focal point for the generation of innovative ideas.

By PatrickScottPatterson.com
Stanford University, a Los Angeles area shopping center and the former site of 'Q*bert' manufacturer among the latest inductions in video game history project

By VS3 Media Ventures LLC
VS3 Media Ventures will launch a new web series entitled, “Grown As F*ck” hosted by recent Stanford grad, Victoria Shantrell. Cooking, clubbing, cuddling (or the lack there of) and much more will be discussed in weekly midweek Google+ Hangouts.

By VS3 Media Ventures LLC
Is there a correlation between educational background and YouTube success? Why would one share so much of their life on the internet? How is YouTube changing the educational sector? Questions to be explored and discussed at Google.

By VS3 Media Ventures LLC
Campus Mobile Photo Challenge @ Stanford: During the weeks of Monday, October 22 to Monday, November 5, 2012, students can take photos of themselves and friends in the store or in front of the store’s mural and enter themselves to win prizes.

By Odyssey Books
Tales from a Mountain City: A Vietnam War Memoir by Quynh Dao is one of twelve titles shortlisted in the non-fiction category of the fifth William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. The winners will be announced in September.

By American Artisan Bicycles Inc.
American Artisan Bicycles and Stanford University’s Composite Design Group have formed a multiyear alliance to bring advanced aerospace composite technology and design to carbon bicycle manufacturing in the USA.

By Clayman Institute for Gender Research
New interpretation of San Francisco earthquake unearths social and political fault lines

By StanfordAdmissions.com
Announcing the launch of StanfordAdmissions.com, a new website dedicated to helping high school students reach their goal of getting into Stanford and other elite universities.

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
Filmmaker and Stanford alumna, Abigail Disney, returns to Stanford University to engage students, faculty and the community on Women, War & Peace as part of Stanford’s ongoing Ethics & War series.

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
In her book, Stanford Professor Cecilia Ridgeway provides a well-reasoned, well-researched explanation of why we continue to observe unequal outcomes for women and men, even in the face of changes that work against gender discrimination.

By The Clayman Institute at Stanford University
Stanford¹s American Studies Program, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and the Program in Feminist Studies, in conjunction with Ms. Magazine, announce an essay contest as part of a symposium Jan. 2012: "Ms. at 40 and the Future of Feminism"

By BQ - PSP PR
New audio and video footage feature North Texas gaming champion travelling to Stanford University to sample games which use living organisms

By PSP-PR
Patrick Scott Patterson set to experience, promote and compete across gaming events and broadcasts

By Stanford University
Stanford President John L. Hennessy will open a conference where leading executives and venture capitalists will discuss the ways in which highly trained and creative humanities doctoral students can play integral roles in Silicon Valley businesses.

By PSPPR
Guinness World Record gamer among the first to play Stanford University project

By BIG ARTS
BIG ARTS presents Dr. Irving Weissman, one of the leading adult stem cell research scientists, who will present 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 6, at BIG ARTS Schein Performance Hall, located at 900 Dunlop Rd, Sanibel. Call (239) 395-0900 for more info.

By Cate Stevenson
Who is likely to get a cataract? Diabetics often develop cataracts.

By Arbor Books
Stanford and universities in Europe found that the brains of children who were exposed to moderately stressful situations when young were altered to develop coping mechanisms.

By Alena Groopman
On Saturday, January 30, 2010, the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University and Stanford Athletics: Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness will host Zumbathon at Stanford University with all donations to the Jade Ribbon Campaign.

By Life Raft Group
The Life Raft Group, cancer patients and world-renowned researchers have joined together to create a tissue bank that will allow scientists worldwide to access gastrointestinal stromal tumor tissue linked to patient-provided clinical histories

By L. Jackson
High School Reform Champion and Stanford University Education Partner, Hillsdale High pushes the envelope further with its commitment to its student and the community with its internship and shadowing Program, as part of the official curriculum.

By Ramzi Hashemi
Iran's most famous contemporary musician, Mohsen Namjoo, has signed an exclusive agreement with SF based non profit, to produce, and promote his first US concert series.

By Nick Yorchak :: Fusionbox
Fusionbox, a Denver web design, web development, and search engine marketing company, has announced the addition of Stanford University to its current client roster. Fusionbox will be working with ServoMarketing of San Francisco on this project.



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