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IMF Open Data Portal

We Want Your Input: IMF Open Data Portal

February 2, 2015
by Kris Kasianovitz

The International Monetary Fund or IMF made their statistical data available for free on January 1st, 2015. Part of their plan for the transition is to introduce a new upgraded interface to improve the usability of the data.

Now that the the IMF Data Portal public beta version has been launched, the IMF is seeking input and feedback from our campus users on this resource!  Here's how you can help out:

East Asia Library's new hours!

January 28, 2015

Beginning from next week, February 2, the East Asia Library will have longer hours during the academic year. For the first time the library will open on Saturdays from 9am to 5pm. Since the library moved to its current location at Lathrop, user traffic has increased greatly, thanks to its attractive physical environment and ample study spaces. Saturday hours are expected to give users even better access to the library's collections and facilities.

Evening hours will also be extended, from 9pm to 10pm Monday to Thursday. Specific hours during the academic year are:

Leicester - Peterborough East train leaving Walton

2015 Caltrain Go passes available now

December 1, 2014
by Ray Heigemeir
2015 Caltrain Go Passes will be distributed from the Green Library IC Classroom this Wednesday, December 3, 2015, from 10 am - 2 pm to eligible employees who present their Stanford ID Cards. Beginning todayDecember 1, 2015 passes are also available directly from Parking & Transportation at 340 Bonair Siding.
 

The 2015 Byra J. and William P. Wreden Prize

October 1, 2014
by Christopher Matson

The Byra J. and William P. Wreden Prize celebrates student collections of books, manuscripts, and other printed works on paper; it rewards three students for presenting well-written, thoughtful, and competent essays on the importance of their personal collections, from the standpoint of the significance or appeal of their form or content.  The first-prize winner at Stanford will be eligible to compete for an additional $2500 national prize.

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