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Dean Steve Graham with students on the coast

The Stanford Earth Insider sat down with Steve Graham, who became dean of the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences on November 2, 2017, to see what is on his mind as he settles into his new role.

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    David Mount speaking on a panel at Climate One at The Commonwealth Club.

    David Mount built a career as a green investor using people skills, analytical know-how, and scientific knowledge gained from his joint MS Environment and Resources/MBA degree program.

    Japanese Geoscience Union - Outstanding Student Presentation Award

    Geophysics graduate student Dongzhuo Li was presented with the Outstanding Student Presentation Award by the Japanese Geoscience Union for the lecture he gave at the AGU Joint Meeting in May of 2017. His presentation was entitled "Full Waveform Inversion with Nonlocal Similarity and Adaptive Sparsity-Promoting Regularization in the Gradient Domain", and Stanford was the only non-Japanese university represented in the student awards.

    students seated at commencement in caps and gowns

    Dean Pamela Matson commended graduating students for their accomplishments, emphasizing their ability to have a lasting impact in the years ahead.