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."
Dean Pamela Matson was awarded an honorary degree from McGill University at its 2017 commencement. Matson's research addresses the sustainability of agricultural systems and the vulnerability of people and places to climate change.
Dean Pamela Matson was awarded an honorary degree from Princeton University at its 2017 commencement. Matson is described as "an Earth saver, working tirelessly to achieve a sustainable future for our planet."
Schroeder discusses his cutting-edge research that uses radar technology to understand how rapidly changing ice sheets contribute to sea level rise, a result of warming temperatures that threatens coastal communities and habitats around the world.