Stanford Earth’s Excellence in Teaching Award is presented annually to an instructor during the diploma ceremony on commencement weekend. The honoree is selected based on nominations from students, faculty, and alumni.
Pam Matson has been appointed to help lead the International Science Council, an international non-governmental organization that works to provide a global voice for science.
The Faculty Women's Forum honored Tikoo-Schantz with the Inspiring Early Academic Career Award. Matson received the Deborah Rhode Lifetime Achievement Award.
Pam Matson, former dean of Stanford Earth, and Julia Novy-Hildesley, a professor in the Change Leadership for Sustainability program, will lead a two-and-a-half-day seminar in Palo Alto.
A Rutgers climate scientist highlights former Stanford Earth dean Pam Matson as a pioneer in recognizing "stakeholders outside of academia as critical partners throughout the research process."
Thompson's dedication to Stanford spanned seven decades, from his years as a student to research contributions as a faculty member.
Sustainability efforts today are critical to meet the needs of people now and over the long term, and Stanford has a leadership role.