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Jake Young contemplates Desolation Wilderness

Funding priorities

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The school’s impact will emerge from bringing the deep domain expertise of faculty together with the creativity of top students and the specialized knowledge of external partners to catalyze new knowledge and accelerate solutions.

Philanthropy will play a critical role in this effort by providing support in these high priority areas, many of which are eligible for matching through the Sustainability Matching Program.

Annual Giving

Making Immediate Impact
Annual gifts are a crucial source of unrestricted funding that allows the school to support its greatest needs.

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New Faculty

Professor Jenny Suckale. Photo by Ker Than

Deepening Critical Expertise
The school aims to hire 60 new faculty in its first 10 years of operation.

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Student Support

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Teaching and Learning
Education is central to Stanford’s mission and critical to advancing discovery.

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Institutes and Initiatives

Marine research. Photo by Rob Dunbar

Knowledge Into Action
Enhancing opportunities for collaboration with policy makers, thought leaders, and industry partners.

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Research Grants

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Fueling Innovation
Competitive funding for early- and mid-stage research projects to accelerate progress on critical challenges.

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phytoplankton aerial. Photo by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Photo banner at the top of this page: Jake Young contemplates the Crystal Range, tucked away in Tahoe's Desolation Wilderness. Photo by Nahla Gedeon Achi.

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Contact

Jennifer Judas
Associate Dean of Community Engagement
jjudas@stanford.edu
650-723-1942