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Monday, January 11, 2021

health & medicine

How to market the vaccine

COVID-19 vaccination rates must reach 80 percent. Physician and economist Kevin Schulman suggests marketing tactics to boost compliance.

Kevin Schulman

science & technology

The science behind extinction

Stanford scientists are deciphering the mechanisms of extinction in Earth’s deep past and painting an increasingly detailed picture of life now at the brink. 

The dinosaur-killing asteroid

social sciences

Soccer can tackle prejudice

Postdoctoral scholar Salma Mousa studies how a diverse soccer team can pull off a hat trick: reduce prejudice, build trust and increase tolerance.

Salma Mousa

The Dish

STEVEN ADELSHEIM and YVONNE MALDONADO have been recognized by Santa Clara County for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Adelsheim and Maldonado

Stanford Continuing Studies course Bio-X undergrad applications


  • Safety greeters: Beginning on Thursday, Jan. 14, the safety greeters who are already present on the Oval will also be stationed in additional high-traffic areas on the main campus: Main Quad, Meyer Green, White Plaza, the athletic fields along El Camino Real near Churchill Avenue and around the intersection of Galvez Street and Jane Stanford Way. Safety greeters are helping provide information about Stanford’s campus zones program and COVID-19 safety protocols. Learn more.

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