While many international research projects are carried out by graduate students, undergraduate Madeline Lisaius has pursued exploration in Ecuador since she started studying at Stanford as a freshman. Three years later, her ambitions are coming to fruition.
Kai Anderson thought he would be a professor until a USGS fellowship landed him in a congressional office – and in the middle of environmental decision making. The job launched a long career working as a political influencer.
Stanford Earth's Eric Lambin, a professor of Earth system science, received a 2017 Environmental Venture Projects grant from the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment to assess adults' perceptions of pro-environment labeling on tobacco products.
Stanford Earth's Noah Diffenbaugh, a professor of Earth system science, chose this year's reading assignments for incoming first-year students, which explore the relationship between people and the environment.
Students explore the environmental aspects of farming at the O’Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm and work to reduce food waste by partnering with Stanford Earth's Matt Rothe, co-founder of the FEED Collaborative.
A recent ceremony honored 33 prize winners representing 26 departments from the three Stanford schools with undergraduate programs – Humanities and Sciences; Engineering; and Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences.
Nevle’s nomination letters from students and alumni noted that “he treats his students with the utmost respect, running his classes as a conversation designed to leave both sides richer, and not a one-way exchange."