NEWS & PRESS RELEASES: Pamela Matson
Stanford researchers and students hosted a number of events in connection with the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco.
By Devon Ryan,
Stanford Earth professor Pam Matson, who served as dean of that school for 15 years, spoke with Stanford Woods Institute Director...
By Woods Staff,
Sustainability efforts today are critical to meet the needs of people now and over the long term, and Stanford has a leadership role, says Stanford Earth Dean Pamela Matson.
By Danielle Torrent Tucker,
Scholar whose vision helped create Woods and support interdisciplinary envrionmental research moves to new role.
By Barbara Buell,
Decades of Stanford Research Underpin Global Climate Talks in Paris
By Leslie Willoughby,
When it comes to climate change, Stanford climate scientist Chris Field sees the big picture, and distills complex details into a cohesive whole.
By Ker Than,
Stanford researchers among authors honored in centennial issue of largest professional society devoted to ecological science
By Kristen Weiss and Sara Worden,
Stanford professors Jenna Davis and Anna Michalak have been selected as Leopold Leadership Program Fellows.
By Paige Miller
Pamela Matson appointed to the board of the new Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research
Experts from many fields put their heads together in a Stanford project to map strategies against global want.
Sustainability progress – both academic and operational – was the focus of Stanford President John Hennessy's annual address to the Academic Council on Thursday. The president also praised improvements...
By Kate Chesley,
The Ecological Society of America has awarded its 2013 Sustainability Science Award to School of Earth Science Dean Pamela Matson.