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Definitions

  1. Stanford University is a privately funded university in Stanford, California.
  2. Stanford University is a private university in Stanford, California and is considered one of the world's most prestigious.
  3. Stanford University is governed by a board of trustees, in conjuction with the university president and provosts and the deans of the various schools.
  4. A group at Stanford University is currently analyzing data from the first direct test of GEM, the Gravity B satellite experiment.
  5. Playing at Stanford University, the team lost its Sunday opener, 6-2, to the Pacific Northwest United squad.

Business

  1. In 1965, the JBIMS was established by the University of Mumbai in collaboration with the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.

Chemistry

  1. Carl Djerassi, born in Vienna but educated in the US, is a writer and professor of chemistry at Stanford University.

Johns Hopkins University

  1. He has also donated money to Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University and other schools.

Brown University

  1. Wesley Huntress (1942 -) earned a B.S. in chemistry from Brown University in 1964 and a Ph.D in chemical physics from Stanford University in 1968.

Auburn University

  1. There will be four main "hubs" hosting swimmers at the University of Texas, Auburn University, Southern Methodist University and Stanford University.

San Francisco State University

  1. He received his bachelor's degree in fine arts from San Francisco State University in 1968 and his MFA from Stanford University in 1978.

Rice University

  1. He has coached at the collegiate level at Stanford University, Rice University, and LSU before moving on to the National Football League.

Australian National University

  1. He grew up in Brisbane, and studied at the Australian National University, Stanford University, and the University of Melbourne.

University Avenue

  1. Stanford set up his university, Stanford University, and a train stop (on University Avenue) by his new town.

Stanford Jazz Workshop

  1. Martin, who taught at the Stanford Jazz Workshop at Stanford University from 1984 to 1995, is a highly respected national clinician.

Team

  1. A team at Stanford University has developed a nanosensor to detect the release of glutamate by nerve cells.
  2. She was born on March 31, 1965 in Sacramento, California and played collegiately at Stanford University, where the team won the NCAA title three times.

Undergraduate Education

  1. Christopher Tin was born and raised in California.[1] He worked on his undergraduate education at Oxford and Stanford University.

Andrei Linde

  1. His name is Andrei Linde, and he is a physicist at Stanford University.

Symbolic Systems

  1. With an M.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University, it’s pretty safe to say that Rafe Furst is one smart dude.

Former American Football Head Coach

  1. Bill Walsh is a former American football head coach of the San Francisco 49ers and Stanford University.

Stanford University Football

  1. In the 1970s Angel broadcast for the San Francisco Giants (1977-78), as well as Stanford University football and University of San Francisco basketball.

Stanford University Campus

  1. SRI's headquarters are in Menlo Park, California, near the Stanford University campus.

Professor Emeritus

  1. Kenneth Arrow is a Nobel Laureate in Economics and a professor emeritus at Stanford University.

Instance

  1. Stanford University, for instance, severed all relations with Brigham Young University.

Education

  1. One if the major speakers, Nel Noddings, is a well known author and professor of Education at Stanford University.
  2. Nel Noddings, is a well known author and professor of Education at Stanford University.

President

  1. It is named for David Starr Jordan, Darwinist, ichthyologist, and president of IU and later Stanford University.

Results

  1. Interpretation of results from a free fall experiment of electrons at Stanford University may suggest that elementary single particles do not have weight.

Studies

  1. According to a recent studies by Stanford University in the United States, there is wide variety of paternal ancestry among the Austronesian people.
  2. Chelsea was 12 when Bill Clinton was elected president; she began studies at Stanford University in 1997, graduating four years later with a history degree.

Beginning

  1. This was the beginning of the Electronics Age, and "amateur radio became an obsession") at Stanford University.

January

  1. The first successful heart transplant in the United States was done at Stanford University by doctor Norman Shumway in January, 1968.
  2. The first router was created at Stanford University by a staff researcher named William Yeager in January of 1980.

William

  1. In January 2000 Ferneyhough joined the faculty at Stanford University and was named William H. Bonsall Professor in Music there shortly afterwards.

Cisco

  1. Cisco was founded in 1984 by a small group of computer scientists from Stanford University.

First

  1. Thomas was a student at Stanford University when she won her first and only world title in 1986.
  2. The first use of the name "Stanford University Press" in a book's imprinting occurred in 1895.

Mathematician

  1. Solomon Feferman is a mathematician and philosopher at Stanford University.

World

  1. It is sometimes asserted that Stanford University occupies the largest university campus in the world, in terms of contiguous area, and this may be true.
  2. Stanford University owns 8,180 acres (32 km 2), making it the second-largest university complex in the world.
  3. Located in the foothills above the Stanford University Campus, the golf course is consistently rated one of the finest courses in the world.

Cooperation

  1. It is published by the MIT Press, in cooperation with the High Wire Press associated with Stanford University, and the Cognitive Neuroscience Institute.

Cardinal

  1. He played for Stanford University in 1997 and 1998, where he helped the Cardinal win back-to-back NCAA team championships.

Statistician

  1. The new method was invented in 1977 by Bradley Efron, a statistician at Stanford University, to take advantage of the high-speed power of computers.

Statistics

  1. Charles Stein (born March 22, 1920), an American mathematical statistician, is emeritus professor of statistics at Stanford University.

Links

  1. The illustration below of the reticular activating system is from the HOPES Brain Tutorial at Stanford University and links to source.

Category

  1. This category contains tennis players who competed for Stanford University.

Biology

  1. Paul Ehrlich is a professor of biology at Stanford University, who has specialized in population dynamics of insects.

Biochemistry

  1. She received a B.S. in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Ph.D. in biochemistry from Stanford University in 1988.

Philosophy

  1. John Etchemendy is a professor of philosophy and symbolic systems at Stanford University.

Lecturer

  1. In 1891, at age 77, he became a lecturer in astronomy at Stanford University.

College

  1. College He played for Stanford University in 1997 and 1998, where he helped the Cardinal win back-to-back NCAA team championships.
  2. Butler earned a B.S. in geology from the College of William and Mary, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in applied hydrogeology from Stanford University.
  3. In college, she played for Stanford University, and scored 172 goals in three seasons.

Sociology

  1. Doug McAdam (?-present) is a professor of Sociology at Stanford University.

Department

  1. In 1958, Joshua Lederberg received the Nobel Prize and moved to Stanford University where he was the founder and chairman of the Department of Genetics.
  2. Our lab is part of the Department of Biochemistry and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and is located in the School of Medicine at Stanford University.
  3. HighWire is organizationally a department within Stanford, much as the Stanford University Press is.

Linguistics

  1. Arnold Zwicky, visiting professor of linguistics at Stanford University and emeritus professor of linguistics at Ohio State University.
  2. David Beaver, a semanticist and professor of linguistics at Stanford University.
  3. Daniel Jurafsky, an associate professor of linguistics at Stanford University who specializes in statistical models of human and machine language processing.

Graduates

  1. Esalen's nominal founders were two transcendental meditation students, Michael Murphy and Richard Price, both graduates of Stanford University.

Graduating

  1. Chip Reese arrived in Las Vegas during the 1970's after graduating from Dartmouth and on his way to Law School at Stanford University in California.

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