Stanford is a proper noun. Stanford is (1) a university in California, (2) United States railroad executive and founder of Stanford University (1824-1893).
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun Stanford.
Stanford is a private, highly selective university located in California's Silicon Valley. It was established in 1891. Stanford admits about 1600 freshmen every year, and there are 7500 graduate students. In sports, Stanford is an NCAA member.
The Stanford Alumni Association was founded in 1892. It offers a bimonthly magazine; online communication and networking tools; academic and social programming; a worldwide travel/study program; Stanford-related products and initiatives. On the website, Alumni can find out about class members, news, events, membership, lifelong learning, reunions, and Stanford links.
This is the website for the medical school of Stanford University. The school offers degrees in many subjects besides just training MDs, such as PhD programs, Master's programs, and primary care associate degrees. The entering class for the MD program is less than 100. The website provides information about applying and financial aid.
Cisco designs and sells networking and communications systems. It was originally developed at Stanford University in 1984. It was the first company to successfully market the network router. There are four brands: Cisco, Linksys, Scientific Atlantic, and WebEx.
The following articles provide recent Stanford-related news.
Leaky Black had a big driving basket at the 1:02 mark followed by a clinching free throw with 5.5 seconds left to help No. 14 North Carolina hold off Stanford 67-63 in Tuesday's semifinals at the relocated Maui Invitational.
Fox News. Wednesday, 02 Dec 2020 00:02:27 GMT.
A White House official confirmed that the Stanford University neuroradiologist, who had no formal experience in public health or infectious diseases, resigned at the end of his temporary government assignment.
Voice of America. Tuesday, 01 Dec 2020 10:24:37 -0500.