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Earth Systems Program 25th Anniversary Match

Stanford launched the Earth Systems Program in 1992 amid growing scientific interest in integrating studies of Earth’s surface and subsurface processes. A quarter century later, Earth Systems is the most popular major within the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences and one of Stanford’s largest interdisciplinary programs.

A Matching Program for Earth Systems

In honor of the Earth Systems Program’s 25th anniversary, Stanford is pleased to announce a dollar-for-dollar match on new endowment gifts of $100,000 or more for the program's highest priorities.

 

Giving Opportunities

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Student Spotlights

Increasing awareness

Denley Delaney, ’17, MA ’18, began making documentary films as an ocean-loving youth growing up in The Bahamas.

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Hands-on ecology

Ben Bravo ’16, MS ’17, will never forget the day he was accepted into the two-quarter ecology and natural history course at Stanford’s Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.

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Changes in the Amazon

Madeline Lisaius, '19, traveled to Ecuador to interview longtime residents of the Amazon about how the land might be shifting in ways that are not detectable by remote sensing.

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For more information

contact

Jennifer Judas

Associate Dean for External Relations, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
jjudas@stanford.edu

(650) 723-1942

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