Nicole Ardoin, associate professor in the Graduate School of Education, has been awarded the Haas Center for Public Service’s Miriam Aaron Roland Volunteer Service Prize, which recognizes faculty who involve students in integrating academic scholarship with volunteer service.
The U.S. EPA recently announced plans to scale back federal regulations to reduce emissions from cars and trucks, a sector responsible for the most greenhouse gas emissions nationally. Stanford law and policy experts examine how the decision could affect the national economy and policy landscape.
If federal plans move ahead, most U.S. coastal waters would be open to offshore oil drilling. Stanford professors look at the issues from California's perspective.
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