Psychologist Carol Dweck has shown that people who believe intelligence is static struggle to overcome adversity, while those who see achievement as a product of effort shrug off setbacks and keep climbing. What are the implications for school, business and society?
Striking back at banal PowerPoints and misleading graphics, Edward Tufte seeks to bring both artistry and truth to presentation.
In the spring of 1903, typhoid fever ravaged Stanford’s campus, killing eight students. With no local hospital and few nurses, a heroic band of student volunteers helped keep the death toll in check.
Dennis Hwang has made tens of millions smile with his artwork. His canvas: the Google logo.
Stanford's fiction contest winner serves up greedy suitors, surprise proposals and the rewards of
Hunting the next Ebola
Quite a cache
As cluck would have it
Songs for our sake
Movies with good taste
Elizabeth cooper Terwilliger
The Effort Effect
Let Me Introduce Myself
Seeing at the Speed of Sound
Dunder Mifflin Going Out of Business
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