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Dean Stephan Graham writes about the significance of the Perseverance rover landing in his February Dean’s Desk blog.
Lees has paved the way for understanding how the complex relationship between groundwater levels, subsurface structure and subsurface properties leads to the sinking of the Earth’s surface.
The newly added flexibility in core courses allows for greater exploration of the major that typically isn’t covered in high school curricula, said Department Chair Kevin Boyce.
As part of an effort to celebrate and discuss identity, six Stanford Earth community members talk about how their Blackness has informed and impacted their careers.
As part of an effort to celebrate and discuss identity, five Stanford Earth community members talk about how their spiritual and religious identities have informed and impacted their careers.
The award from the Geochemical Society is given to a mid-career scientist for outstanding accomplishments that draw together multiple fields of investigation to advance biogeochemical science.
Following deliberations by a Blueprint Advisory Committee in the fall, leaders are seeking faculty input on proposals for the new school’s structure, composition and areas of focus.
Geological scientist Erik Sperling and his lab are featured in a Stanford News story about the challenges labs on campus have been facing.
Earth systems student Liza Goldberg, ’24, helped develop Cloud to Classroom, a program that uses satellite imagery to teach climate change.
He began his career at a time when energy scarcity threatened the U.S. economy and national security. Now he would like to have an honest conversation about managing abundance.
E-IPER graduate's ambition to drive technology for sustainability brings him full circle to focus on food system innovation.
With Impossible Foods, E-IPER alumnus Nick Halla strives to restore global biodiversity and reverse the trend of climate change by transforming the global food system.
Looking back at what has been a turbulent year, the Stanford community has found new ways to come together to learn and to work, while also advancing research.
The professor of Earth system science was honored for extraordinary contributions to the growth, quality, and success of the peer-reviewed journal Geophysical Research Letters.
From Dec. 7-17, Stanford faculty, students and scholars presented their work at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), along with fellow scientists and researchers from various disciplines in the Earth and planetary sciences.
The annual award from the U.S. Clean Energy Education & Empowerment Initiative, or C3E, recognizes mid-career women who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and accomplishments in clean energy.