Inside Stanford Earth
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.
Mark Zoback receives AGI public service award
Dean Pamela Matson's annual message to alumni.
Stanford Earth and Graduate School of Business collaborate on new executive program to help young leaders build a sustainable future.
Over the last five years, 37 percent of SURGE alumni have entered graduate school, 26 percent are pursuing geoscience-related industry careers, and more than a third are completing their undergrad degrees.
Stanford Earth's Howard Zebker was chosen by the American Geophysical Union to be one of its 60 new Fellows.
Faculty and staff can borrow bikes at will to get around campus.
Dean Pamela Matson praised their “intelligence, passion, commitment, and drive” and expressed optimism in the graduates’ ability to tackle many of the major challenges humanity faces this century.