In the News - May '21
Overcoming Racial Disparities in California Neonatal Intensive Care Units
Stanford Impact Labs
With support from Stanford Impact Labs and the Haas Center for Public Service, Henry Lee is spending time this year as a scholar in service with the California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative and dozens of NICUs across the state. Together, they are identifying how race and wealth affect care for vulnerable infants and their families.
Three individuals with Stanford affiliations named 2021 Knight-Hennessy Scholars
The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, which funds graduate study at Stanford, last week announced its 2021 cohort, which includes three individuals with Stanford affiliations: Joy Hsu, ’20, Olivia Martin, ’19, and Nancy Xu, ’19.
Stanford’s Cardinal Quarter program goes virtual
To continue offering Cardinal Quarter fellowships during the pandemic, Stanford identified meaningful projects that students could do remotely at agencies and nonprofit organizations across the country.
Senior Leya Elias wins SAA’s J.E. Wallace Sterling Award
Stanford Report “The Dish”
The Stanford Alumni Association has selected senior Leya Elias to receive the J.E. Wallace Sterling Award, which is given to an undergraduate in recognition of service and contributions to the campus community.
An academic journey – accompanied by song
Stanford senior John Okhiulu, who grew up in the Oak Cliff neighborhood in Dallas, Texas, will graduate in June with bachelor’s degrees in African and African American studies and in human biology. This fall, he’ll begin an 11-month fellowship at a philanthropic organization as a Tom Ford Fellow, a program of the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford.