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Thursday, October 4, 2018

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Sustainable Finance Initiative

Thomas Heller and Alicia Seiger will head the new Sustainable Finance Initiative, a program to develop transition tools for a climate-resilient economy.

Thomas Heller and Alicia Seiger

Campus Life

Venerable Roble turns 100

The 300-student, four-class Roble Hall, originally built to house women and now Stanford's oldest continuously used residence hall, turns 100 this fall.

Roble Hall

University Affairs

Stanford releases annual financial results

Stanford has announced annual financial results for its investment portfolio returns as of June 30, 2018, and for the value of its endowment as of Aug. 31, 2018.

The Dish

BeWell talks to PATTY PURPUR DE VRIES of Stanford's Enterprise Wellness, Strategy & Innovation, about reducing the stress that clutter causes.

BeWell Gardens Harvest Festival Utah on deck for Saturday at Stanford Stadium


  • Volunteer opportunities fair: On Tuesday, Oct. 9, visit Paul Brest Hall to learn more about how you can get involved in the community. The fair will feature local organizations specializing in environmental sustainability, education, poverty and health. Learn more.  
  • Protection of minors: The university's policy on Protection of Minors requires that anyone working with minors in a program or activity covered by the policy complete a Live Scan background check. On Wednesday, Oct. 10, visit Tresidder Union's Cypress Lounge from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to be fingerprinted at no cost. Learn more.

Event in Green Library/Book Launch for Arthur Hansen 2018 Neurosciences Institute Symposium

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