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Alumni

You are always part of Stanford Earth.

As a Stanford Earth alum, you are a part of a global community of individuals who care about and for our planet. Together, we pursue discoveries, solve problems, and build lifelong relationships to support Earth and its inhabitants.
 


 

Stanford Earth Alumni Awards

“All of us have the opportunity to start something of very modest beginnings that makes a tremendous difference long into the future.” – Bradford Mills, '77, MS '79, 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient

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Alumni news & features

Earth systems alum helped with Pulitzer Prize-winning project

Jackie Botts, '17, collaborated with journalists in an investigation into qualified immunity, a legal doctrine that has protected law enforcement officers from being held accountable when they use excessive force.

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Green Giants: Five Stanford GSB Alumni Quietly Pulling Levers to Save the Planet

E-IPER alumni Nicole Systrom, '14, and Nicholas Flanders, '16,  shared how their work in clean energy and technology addresses climate change. 

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Addressing pollution brick by brick

Nina Brooks, E-IPER PhD '20, discussed her research project on air pollution from brick kilns in Bangladesh and its relation to health, the environment and economics. 

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Stanford Earth Alumni Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Stanford Earth is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community for all. As an alum, your voice is important to the conversation.

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For more information:

contact

Nicholas Heinzen

Associate Director of Annual Giving & Alumni Relations

nheinzen@stanford.edu

650-725-5469

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