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Trustees approve budget plan

Trustees approved the university's 2015-16 budget plan, including a $5 million increase in undergraduate financial aid. The board heard design updates on several capital projects.

  • Hennessy to depart

    President John L. Hennessy announced Thursday that he plans to depart his post as Stanford's 10th president in the summer of 2016, after serving in major academic leadership roles at the university for more than two decades. The Board of Trustees will appoint a presidential search committee this summer.

  • The future of Searsville Dam

    Stanford has completed an extensive four-year study of the future of Searsville Dam and Reservoir and narrowed its options to two alternative approaches.

  • Stanford's 2015-16 budget plan reflects strong fiscal position

    The budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year addresses the university's highest priorities, including undergraduate financial aid and new teaching and research facilities, Vice Provost Tim Warner told the Faculty Senate.

  • New Stanford energy system cuts greenhouse gas emissions 68 percent and fossil fuel 65 percent

    Stanford announced Thursday a new agreement to provide the majority of its campus electricity from renewable sources within California. A Stanford Solar Generating Station, to be designed and built by SunPower, is expected to provide half of all campus electricity.