Inside Stanford Earth
The scope of research and teaching at the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences greatly expanded under Matson, one of the university’s longest serving deans.
Rather than talk about the negative things, point to the co-benefits of finding climate solutions – from economics and jobs to water and the air we breathe.
The fellowship recognizes early-career scholars poised to become leaders in their field. Sperling is an assistant professor of geological sciences at Stanford Earth.
Jamal's interest in a career that helps the world meet its energy needs has taken him from Ghana to Alaska, where he now works as an associate drilling engineer with ConocoPhillips.
Stanford Earth's Laura Dafov and Zachary Burton have won the 2017 Global Energy Forum video competition with a video about their pioneering efforts in the modeling of gas hydrate systems.
New course covering deep sea microbes and outer space draws students from all majors into the study of planet Earth.
Ward's research examines the impacts of climate change and local hydropower development on muskrats living in Canada’s Peace-Athabasca Delta.
We’re living in a golden age of science communication, but too many people are missing out, says Thomas Hayden, director of the master’s degree program in environmental communications.
The class is designed for students from any major or background who want to understand how data analytics can help solve challenges impacting Earth and its inhabitants.
National Geographic has named Stanford Earth PhD student Shannon Switzer Swanson one of the 10 most inspiring Adventurers of the Year.
Support will expand faculty and student opportunities, establish matching program for new gifts.
U.S. Arctic Research Commission Chair Fran Ulmer links Arctic science and policy.
This year’s homecoming events included the inauguration of Stanford’s 11th president.
Stanford Earth’s SURGE summer program completes its sixth year of encouraging budding Earth scientists.