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Creating Sustainable Brands
by Iberia Zafira. Iberia is a senior majoring in Earth Systems and interested in fashion, design, and sustainability.
One of the best classes I have taken at Stanford is called BEST—Branding, Experience, and Social Technology– taught by Jennifer Aaker and Chris Flink through the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) and d.school. Before I took BEST, I thought that branding mostly focused on a company’s visual identity whether [...]
By Ethan Estess. Ethan graduated in June and will be pursuing his Masters degree in Earth Systems studying science communication.
In 2010-2011, I received funding from the student-run Arts Grants Board to complete a multi-media sculpture project addressing an environmental issue. The sculpture, titled Dumpster Diver: California Brown Pelican, debuted at the Vision eARTh Art and Sustainability festival on April 21st of this year. I graduated in June of 2011 [...]
I wish I could say this photograph was my own; I came upon it while looking at Gavin Gough’s portfolio. His caption to this picture is the following: Nepalese women buying vegetables, Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal I would like to offer my own commentary, though. As farmers’ markets become more [...]
The exhibit of works combining art and biology currently on view in the first floor of Wallenberg Hall (Gallery 160 – usually devoted to the “Your Art Here” program) provides an enticing taste of a new senior capstone experience offered by the Biology Department and compelling evidence that that tech [...]