Alba Holgado, digital course management coordinator at Robert Crown Law Library, is one of three recipients of the 2013 Amy J. Blue Award. "The best part of my day is solving problems and collaborating," said Holgado, the first staff person at Stanford Law School to win the award.
Tony Gaspar, the lead glazier at Stanford, is one of three recipients of the 2013 Amy J. Blue Awards. "When I come here in the morning, it's like I'm coming home," he said.
Monica Moore, who joined Stanford's staff four decades ago, is one of three recipients of the 2013 Amy J. Blue Awards. A Stanford alumna, her family ties to the Farm go back two generations.
This year's Amy J. Blue Award winners – Tony Gaspar, Alba Holgado and Monica Moore – will be honored at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, in Lagunita Courtyard, in a ceremony that is open to family, friends and colleagues.
Six Stanford faculty members have been elected to receive one of the highest honors for an American scientist in recognition of their achievements in original research.
Seven Stanford professors have been elected as members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The new class will be inducted at a ceremony Oct. 12 at the academy's headquarters in Cambridge, Mass.
Jessica Laurel Anderson and Meredith Lukens Wheeler each will receive up to $30,000 for graduate school to help them prepare for careers in public service.
Winners are selected based on their initiative, leadership and involvement in projects that embody the spirit of genuine partnership and benefit the overall community.
The Miriam Aaron Roland Volunteer Service Prize recognizes Stanford faculty who engage and involve students in integrating academic scholarship with significant and meaningful volunteer service to society.
The National Library of France and the Miguel de Cervantes Digital Library in Spain are the first winners of the Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries.
Established in 2000 with a $210 million donation to the University of Cambridge from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Gates Cambridge Scholarships enable students from outside the United Kingdom to pursue graduate studies there.
The two scientists, one a biologist, the other a physicist, have won what President Obama calls "America's highest honor for invention and discovery."
Nominated by President Obama, two Stanford scholars join the National Endowment for the Humanities advisory board
Ramón Saldívar and Bruce R. Sievers are now among the prominent humanities scholars and advocates who help guide the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Since 1991, Hank Greely, '74, has delivered talks for alumni groups, including participating in Classes Without Quizzes during Reunion Homecoming and speaking on numerous panels for various Stanford student and alumni audiences.
Election as a Fellow is an honor bestowed upon members of the association by their peers.