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Alumni

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The 2016 Stanford Earth Reunion included Classes without Quizzes taught by Stanford Earth professors Noah Diffenbaugh (Is THIS climate change?) and Gail Mahood (Finding oil to volcanic hazards in Saudi Arabia), a Stanford Educational Farm Tour, an alumni reception on Mitchell Terrace, the homecoming football game, and most especially, the inauguration of Stanford’s 11th president Marc Tessier-Lavigne.

Publications

Earth Matters

Science and insights for people who care about Earth, its resources, and its environment. Sign up now for the free, monthly e-letter.

Stanford Earth Insider

Our community newsletter.

State of the School 2016

Dean Pamela Matson's annual message to alumni 

STANFORD Magazine

Stay connected to Stanford--and be sure to check out SAGE (Sound Advice for a Green Earth), the column in which advanced students from the environmental sciences, engineering, and journalism answer your sustainability questions.

Stanford News

The latest news from around the university

    Resources

    CareerConnect

    Put the power of the 200,000-strong Stanford alumni network at your fingertips.

    Lifelong Learning

    Stanford on iTunes adds new tracks regularly, including faculty lectures, interviews, events, sports, and music.

    Campus Events Calendar

    Browse events for every interest.

    Contact Us

    Astrid Thompson, Director of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving

    Upcoming Events

    December 12, 2016 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
    Lulu Restaurant, 816 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
    February 16, 2017 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm
    Hilton Americas - Houston, 1600 Lamar Street, Meeting Room 230, Houston TX 77010 (note: location tentative)

    Alumni News

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    Support will expand faculty and student opportunities, establish matching program for new gifts.

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    Dean Pamela Matson's annual message to alumni.

    Bob Coleman

    Scientist and emeritus faculty member has been a leader in clarifying geological relationships with plate tectonics.