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Stanford Earth’s Steven Gorelick receives Excellence in Teaching Award

The hydrologist and professor of Earth System Science  has an “uncanny ability to understand and simply communicate both the big-picture and technical details.”

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Stanford Earth graduates urged to do good and be agile

Graduates of the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences are poised to thrive amid a “scientific revolution” being driven by new technologies and computational power, according to Dean Stephan Graham. 

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Richard Nevle receives university's highest teaching honor

Nevle, a lecturer and deputy director of the Earth Systems Program, was honored “for his relentless work to deliver the best education for students" and “for being the ultimate team player to the point of self-effacement.”

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Larry Funkhouser Honored with Distinguished Alumni Award

The award recognizes highly significant, long-lasting contributions to the civil, government, business, or academic communities by members of the school’s alumni body.

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Earth Systems student awarded Fulbright grant

Earth Systems student Songhee Han, '18, is one of 20 people with Stanford affiliations awarded 2018-19 Fulbright grants to further their studies around the world.

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GreenBiz names Stanford Earth student “30 Under 30” leader

Tannis Thorlakson, PhD '18, has been named a GreenBiz “30 Under 30” leader, an international honor for individuals who represent the future of sustainability inside companies and institutions.

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Science students make art to reflect on their time at Stanford

Earth systems student Alex Nguyen-Phuc, ’18 created an eight-course dinner as a final project for The Senior Reflection, a year-long course that culminates in a work of art that explores a scientific topic.

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A new take on the field trip? There's an app for that

A new teaching tool created by a Stanford faculty member hosts student-generated virtual journeys that enrich visits to actual locations and allow other students to take field trips from home  

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Student awarded NASA fellowship

The award for earth science research will support Stanford Earth student Krishna Rao's work developing machine learning algorithms for predicting tree deaths caused by drought.

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Creating a more sustainable steak

PastureMap, an app created by Stanford Earth alumna Christine Su, helps thousands of ranchers make better decisions about where to graze cattle.

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Geophysics student named Blue Waters fellow

Stanford Earth PhD candidate Shanna Chu has won a fellowship from the National Center for Supercomputing Applications to test complex physical models for earthquakes.

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Nicole Ardoin wins Roland Prize for service

Nicole Ardoin, acting director of Stanford Earth's E-IPER program, has won recognition for engaging students in combining scholarship with volunteer service to society.

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Students explore power and water up close

Stanford Earth professor Sally Benson co-leads a course that takes students to the Columbia River valley to understand the interplay between water, energy and people.

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What can geothermal power do for East Africa?

E-IPER students show that many of the best geothermal sites in Uganda, Rwanda, and Tanzania could be cost effective to develop for energy.

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Students tackle challenges at Big Earth Hackathon

Armed with big data, analytical tools, mentors from industry and Stanford Earth, plus plenty of caffeine, students raced to create solutions to environmental challenges in 31 hours.

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Rob Jackson named Guggenheim Fellow

The Stanford Earth professor's work as a fellow will include analyzing soil cores to understand water supply in plants, as well as writing poetry. 

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