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Photo of new residential complex in Escondido Village at distance

New graduate housing proposed for Escondido Village

Stanford is in the very early stages of proposing a new residential complex in Escondido Village, left, that would, if approved, provide housing for more than 2,400 graduate students.

  • Stanford trustees celebrate McMurtry Building, hear presentations on a variety of topics

    At its recent meeting, the Stanford University Board of Trustees toured the new McMurtry Building for the Department of Art & Art History, heard presentations from university leaders, approved the design of the Bass Biology Building, and approved construction plans to build a new conference center and to renovate a graduate housing complex.

  • Stanford Management Company releases 2015 results

    For the 12 months ending June 30, 2015, Stanford University's Merged Pool (MP) generated an investment return of 7 percent net of fees, the Stanford Management Company announced.

  • Stanford submits new plans for Menlo Park development

    Stanford's revised plans for 500 El Camino Real in Menlo Park feature a public plaza, reduced office space, additional housing and space for restaurants and retailers.

  • Sako Fisher elected to Board

    Alumna Sakurako "Sako" Fisher, president of the San Francisco Symphony and a longtime supporter of Stanford, has been elected to the university's Board of Trustees. She will begin a five-year term Oct. 1.