Every day Stanford students and faculty bring the humanities to life as they explore the ideas, cultures, and peoples that shape the human experience. And studying the humanities and arts prepares students to build a good life and a better world in successful careers across the globe.
Stanford chemist Hemamala Karunadasa receives Brown Investigator Award
Mary Beth Mudgett to assume post of senior associate dean for the natural sciences Sept. 1
Three Stanford faculty members elected to the British Academy
Stanford researchers map electric fields to help unravel how enzymes work
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