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DecEmber 4, 2018

Trustees adopt new investment responsibility framework for Stanford; University commits $10 million to educational and research initiative 



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OcTOBER 17, 2018

Board of Trustees Chair addresses free speech, Long-Range Planning and divestment 

 

 


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FEBRUARY 21, 2018

Campus input sought on investment responsibility principles

Advisory panel seeks input, offers web feedback mechanism for those with recommendations on Stanford's policies and procedures regarding investment responsibility.


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OCTOBER 11, 2017

Update from the Board of Trustees on investment responsibility issues

The Board of Trustees issues an update to the Stanford community on its consideration of investment responsibility issues – including an upcoming review of the university's investment responsibility statement and the conclusion of a review of investment issues around private prisons.


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April 18, 2017

APIRL 2017 Annual Town Hall

Please join the Advisory Panel on Investment Responsibility and Licensing (APIRL) and Office of Investment Responsibility Stakeholder Relations (IRSR) at APIRL's Annual Town Hall meeting. This is an opportunity to meet with APIRL members and to engage in dialogue about investment responsibility issues important to the Stanford community.


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May 11, 2016

APIRL 2016 Annual Town Hall

Join us at the Advisory Panel on Investment Responsibility and Licensing's (APIRL) Annual Town Hall Meeting to meet the members of APIRL, learn about APIRL's process, share your views on investment responsibility. Experts from across campus will provide opening remarks, followed by small and large group discussions.


APRIL 25, 2016

Trustees issue statement on climate change 

The Board of Trustees issues a statement marking Stanford’s progress in combating global climate change and announcing a new task force to catalyze further ideas for campus action, while declining to divest from the fossil fuel industry.