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Photo of the courtyard of the Central Energy Facility featuring a combined stairway and seating area. A centerpiece of the award-winning Stanford Energy System Innovations project, the facility has garnered accolades for its architecture. (Image credit: Robert Canfield)

SESI wins more awards

The Stanford Energy System Innovations project has transformed Stanford into one of the most energy-efficient research universities in the world. The accolades have now gone global.

  • Exit interview with John Hennessy

    Outgoing President John L. Hennessy, right, talked to Peter Robinson, host of the Hoover Institution's video series Uncommon Knowledge, about how he encouraged innovation and academic excellence and pushed ideas that improved humankind.

  • Senate discusses housing

    The Faculty Senate on Thursday discussed how rising housing costs affect Stanford as it seeks to continue to attract scholars of the highest caliber. Russell Berman, chair of the senate's Policy and Planning Board, led the discussion.

  • Board of Trustees elects Henry A. Fernandez to a five-year term

    Henry A. Fernandez, chairman and chief executive officer of MSCI Inc., a global provider of investment decision support tools, and a longtime supporter of Stanford's Graduate School of Business, has been elected to a five-year term on the university's Board of Trustees.

  • Trustees review projects

    During its June meeting, the Board of Trustees, led by Board Chair Steven Denning, reviewed construction projects, including the new Denning House, approved the university budget and feted outgoing President John Hennessy and his wife, Andrea.