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231. Stanford University - Department of Mathematics
Faculty Members of the Stanford University Department of Mathematics serve as editors for the following journals:
Acta Mathematica Sinica
Advances in Mathematics
Advances in Applied Mathematics
Algebra and Number Theory
Annals of Applied Probability
Asian Journal of Mathematics

Chinese Annals of Mathematics
Chinese Journal of Contemporary Mathematics
Communications in Partial Differential Equations
Composito Mathematica

Differential Geometry and its Applications

ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

Geometry and Topology
Graduate Text Series-Oxford University Press

IMRN (International Mathematics Research Notices)
International Journal of Number Theory

Journal of Algebraic Geometry
Journal d'Analyse Mathematique
Journal fur die reine und angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal)
Journal of Differential Geometry
Journal of Number Theory
Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra

K Theory

Math Research Letters
Mathematical Intelligencer
Methods and Applications of Analysis

Pacific Journal Proceedings of the American Math Society
Probability Theory and Related Fields

232. Stanford University - Department of Psychology
     THE CONTEMPORARY DEPARTMENT: 1980s AND BEYOND The department entered this period with new facilities and a strong faculty. More than ten of the faculty were Fellows of the Academy of Arts and Sciences and a number were Fellows of the National Academy of Science. There were departures from the faculty. Atkinson left for the National Science Foundation, Alex Bavelas, Daryl and Sandra Bem, Walter Mischell, Richard Thompson left for other universities. New appointments included Roger Shepard, David Rosenhan, John Flavell, Anne Fernald, John Gabrieli, Laura Carstensen, and Ian Gotlib, Hazel Markus, Ellen Markman, Claude Steele, Bryan Wandell, Robert Zajonc, and Philip Zimbardo.

233. Stanford University - Geological and Environmental Sciences
     GES is closely tied to the other three departments and the interdisciplinary programs within the School of Earth Sciences. In GES, fields of research and education encompass the entire planet from its deep interior to the surface, throughout the long span of geological time up to the human timescale. The scale of view ranges from global to atomic. Physical, chemical, and biological processes as well as the unique history of the Earth are within our broad scope.

234. Stanford University - High School Internships - GeoSciences
At the School of Earth Sciences, high school students spend 8 weeks in the summer working in different laboratories. The students work on existing research projects and are supervised directly by graduate students, post docs and lab managers. They volunteer for 15-30 hours per week during the summer. This program enables graduate students to serve as supervisors, prepares high schools students for college and serves to strengthen the connections between Stanford and local high schools.
The high school internship program is an annual program and will be offered in 2012. The application is released in late January and is due March. You will find the application on this page at that time.

235. Stanford University - Materials Science And Engineering
     The health and vitality of our department and the quality of our research depend most heavily on the quality of our graduate students. It is one of our top goals to continue to attract the best and brightest students from the U.S. and around the world. We feel that the mixture of a core curriculum in material Science and engineering fundamentals and leading-edge, independent research is exceptional preparation for future scientists and engineers.
     The open, flexible environment coupled with the breadth of materials-related research at Stanford and the Bay Area lead to a fantastic array of materials research opportunities. Life as a graduate student is not totally about research and structured learning, however. Stanford University and the San Francisco Bay Area offer a host of artistic, athletic, social and cultural activities. We are looking for eager, bright, and motivated students to take advantage of these many opportunities. If this interests you, please apply.
Robert Sinclair
Chair, Materials Science and Engineering

236. Stanford University - School of Earth Sciences
     Stanford Earth scientists work to gain a better understanding of our planet’s history and its future, the energy and resource base that supports society, geologic hazards that impact a growing population, a changing climate, and the challenge of sustainability. We use a variety of methods and tools to address our research questions, including field work, laboratory and experimental studies, and computer modeling.

237. Stanford University - School of Medicine
Vast in both its physical scale and its impact on human health — locally, nationally, and globally — Stanford Medicine is comprised of three main components:
  • Stanford School of Medicine, a premier research-intensive medical school that improves health through leadership and collaborative discoveries and innovation in patient care, education, and research.
  • Stanford Hospital & Clinics, consistently ranked among the top hospitals in the nation for advanced care in such areas as cancer treatment, cardiac care, neurology, orthopedic surgery, and organ transplantation.
  • Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, internationally recognized for advancing family-centered care of children and expectant mothers.
     The Medical Center is uniquely advantaged by its location on the main Stanford University campus, adjacent to top-ranked programs in engineering, physical and biological Sciences, computer Science, ethics, and other disciplines. This close proximity — coupled with Stanford's long tradition of encouraging collaboration — fosters multidisciplinary research and, ultimately, accelerates the pace at which new knowledge can be translated into new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease.

238. Technology and Reading eBooks in Education
What we do...
     In addition to being a university teacher I am also technical writer, curriculum writer, educational consultant and workshop presenter.   I work in a wide variety of areas including instructional technology,  assistive technology in education, Science education, distance learning, digital cameras, web design, multimedia, and repurposing media for education.
(see Consulting and Workshops)
     I have had over twenty-five years of teaching experience ranging from middle and high school Science and technology  to college Science, Science education and instructional technology.

239. The Economist - World News, Politics, Economics, Business and Finance
     About The Economist online
     Our website
The Economist online offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, Science and technology.
We publish all articles from The Economist print edition (including those printed only in British copies) and maintain a searchable online archive that dates back June 1997. We also offer a variety of web-only content, including blogs, debates and audio/video programmes.
     Our organisation
The Economist online is part of The Economist Group and is responsible for The Economist on the internet. We have offices in New York, London and San Francisco, and a growing worldwide editorial staff.

240. The Infinity Project
     The Infinity Project is a national award winning middle school, high school, and early college engineering curricula. This math- and Science-based engineering and technology education initiative helps educators deliver a maximum of engineering exposure with a minimum of training, expense and time.  Created to help students see the real value of math and Science and its varied applications to high tech engineering - The Infinity Project is working with schools all across the country to bring the best of engineering to their students.

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