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Thursday, September 5, 2019

law & policy

California's water challenges

Water in the West scholars discuss how a diversified water portfolio can help meet California's needs in light of climate change and a failing infrastructure.

Getty image of California aqua duct in Kern County

science & technology

Obstacles to cures

A study explains why mass drug administration in Senegal has failed to alter infection rates of a parasitic disease affecting some 200 million people.

Woman washing clothes

University affairs

Sexual harassment prevention training requirement

Stanford is expanding sexual harassment prevention training programs in response to a new California law that mandates training in sexual and gender-based harassment and abusive conduct for non-supervisory employees every two years.

The Dish

Three faculty members earn COURSE INNOVATION GRANTS from the Stanford Global Studies Division.

Contemplation by Design UIT Technology Training Ad


  • Move-In Day volunteers: The New Student Orientation Team invites staff, faculty, alumni and upperclass students to volunteer for Move-In Day for first-year and transfer students on Wednesday, Sept. 18. There are two ways to offer support: Move-In Volunteer or Check-In Table Volunteer. Sign up by Monday, Sept. 9. Learn more.

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