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Thursday, May 7, 2020

Humanities

The lessons of World War II

Friday is the 75th anniversary of World War II ending in Europe. Historian James Sheehan discusses the challenges that have persisted. 

VE Day celebrations

Health & Medicine

The mind jumble of chemo brain

Chemotherapy causes mind-numbing "chemo brain." Stanford Medicine writes about the researchers who are learning to prevent and treat the condition.

Chemo brain illustration

arts & creativity

RWC's eclectic art collection

Take virtual tours of the eclectic collection of historic plaques, outdoor sculpture and artworks that have transformed the Stanford Redwood City campus.

Redwood City art

The Dish

ROELAND NUSSE, professor of developmental biology, has received Canada’s Gairdner International Award for his work on understanding the role of the Wnt signaling pathway in normal development and in cancer.


Child Care Subsidy Grant FSH Rental

Announcements

  • Virtual Cardinal Walk: The popular Cardinal Walk will be virtual this year. The theme is “Apart but Together.” Join BeWell on May 28 from noon to 12:30 p.m. on Zoom for a fun, 5-minute warm-up. Then join your Stanford peers by taking a walk around your neighborhood. Register ahead of time using your Stanford email address. Share a walk photo and you’ll receive a BeWell T-shirt. Learn more.

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