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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Health & Medicine

How we age

A team led by Michael Snyder has categorized human aging into different "ageotypes." The good news? Behavior change can make a difference.

Michael Snyder

teaching & students

Design thinking recognized

The National Academy of Engineering has awarded David Kelley, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design founder, its prize for educational innovation. 

David Kelley by Patrick Beaudouin

campus life

Pompeo visits Stanford

U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo spoke Monday to students, faculty and Hoover Institution fellows about U.S. policy toward Iran.

Michael Pompeo


Albert Cohen has died

Albert Cohen, the William H. Bonsall Professor of Music emeritus and former chair of music, passed away on Dec. 31. The noted musicologist was 90.

Albert Cohen

The Dish

TARA VANDERVEER has become the first women's basketball coach with 500 regular-season wins in a single conference, adding to her considerable milestones. 

Tara Vanderveer

Bio-X Seed Grants applications Give Good 2020


  • Need for blood: The Stanford Blood Center is facing a critical need for all blood types after the holiday season and is asking Bay Area residents to donate as soon as possible. Learn more.

WMMW - Matthew Tiews Summer Policy Boot Camp (HISPBC)

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