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Thursday, December 3, 2020

University affairs

Introducing Stanford Today

The website, which will include content from more than 80 schools and administrative units, serves as a vital new resource for students, faculty, staff and postdocs.

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social sciences

Gentrification disadvantage

Sociologist Jackelyn Hwang's research reveals that the negative effects of gentrification are felt disproportionately by minority communities.


Law & policy

Rolling back climate rollbacks

Law Professor Deborah Sivas discusses whether U.S. climate policies will seesaw back with the Biden administration rolling back Trump rollbacks.

Deborah Sivas

The Dish

The public sector internship program at the Precourt Institute for Energy has been renamed to honor GEORGE SHULTZ.

Bio-X USRP applications My Cardinal Green


  • Continuing Studies: Winter registration is now open for Stanford Continuing Studies. Choose from more than 140 online courses, including such new and timely courses as The Age of Plague: Medicine, Society and Epidemics, 1348 and Beyond and Black Activists and the Fight Against Slavery. Courses are STAP fund-eligible and open to all members of the community. Learn more and enroll.
  • Stock Farm Garage: The Stock Farm Garage will temporarily close Dec. 5-6 and 12-13. Learn more.

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