Powering Schools in South Africa

Haas Summer Fellow Andreas Peña Doll '11 builds innovative wind turbine solutions in Cape Town

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Brainstorming with OpenIDEO to Save Lives

100K Cheeks is working with OpenIDEO to increase the number of registered bone marrow donors to save more lives

If you were given the opportunity to save a life, would you? Can social media be used to save lives? 100K Cheeks hopes the answer to both questions is yes.

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A Five-year Roadmap

Stanford Alumni Consulting Team (ACT) helps the Haas Center develop a strategic plan

Inspired, engaged civic leaders. Imagine what they could accomplish. This new generation of leaders could develop solutions to increasingly complex social challenges, and create a more just and sustainable world. This is the goal of Stanford’s Haas Center for Public Service, as articulated in its latest five-year strategic plan—the result of a recent Stanford Alumni Consulting Team (ACT) engagement.

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East Palo Alto and the Dreams of a City Today

Visiting Practitioner Michael Levin reflects on his work in East Palo Alto

Visiting Practitioner Michael LevinIn the mid-90s, I worked with the Haas Center to create the documentary film Dreams of a City: Creating East Palo Alto, the first in-depth history of the community.

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Understanding Autism

Former SPIN Fellow Nora Martín '09 discusses her work with the Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE)

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Making Service Happen

Saluting the supporters of the Educational Partnerships Programs

Stanford student and tutee

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A Passion for Educational Equity

Student Leaders Reflect on the Haas Center's Educational Partnerships

Stanford students and Stanford College Prep studentsStanford students have been deeply interested in improving the education of young people for decades.

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Start-ups at Haas

The Haas Center has incubated several student-intiated nonprofits over the last 25 years

Though not the icon that the HP garage at 367 Addison in Palo Alto is, the Haas Center has housed its share of student start-ups: service projects that have gone on to be successful at meeting real world challenges. The passion of Stanford students to make a difference often generates project ideas that are developed and supported through leadership development, fellowship programs, and mentoring offered at the Haas Center.

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Bone Marrow and OpenIDEO: And the winners are...

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