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Faculty in the News Archive:

June, 2012

June 11, 2012

Russell Berman, a professor of comparative literature and director
of the
German studies program at Stanford University, said that as a result
of
what he heard at the Teagle meeting, he had a better understanding
of
e-portfolios and how...

June 8, 2012

As Stanford's uber-modern Bing Concert Hall takes shape,
its opening
season will have a decidedly classical feel. The 2013 season
promises a
14-concert "Beethoven Project," a partnership with
the
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, and big-...

June 5, 2012

Stanford anthropology team prepares artifacts from San Jose's
19th
century Market Street Chinatown for an art gallery debut.

June 3, 2012

On Thursday, May 21, we took a field trip to visit the 2012 U.C.
Berkeley
and Stanford MFA exhibitions. Both schools featured relatively small
graduating classes (7 students at Berkeley; 5 at Stanford).

June 1, 2012

Favianna Rodriguez, a California-based artist, taught a class of
14
Stanford undergrads the art of printmaking in the name of fighting
the
government policies on immigration.