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Friday, April 17, 2020

University Affairs

Faculty Senate discusses ongoing COVID-19 crisis

The provost discussed the pandemic's impact on the current budget and plans to resume the budget process for 2021, while the president announced a website aggregating research efforts and reported on planning for the crisis aftermath.

social sciences

Inspiring connections

Simple gestures – such as sending a friendly email – can inspire a sense of togetherness amid social distancing, says psychologist Greg Walton.

Greg Walton

campus life

Earth Week at Stanford

The campus community is invited to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with a weeklong series of virtual events beginning Monday.

Green forest

university affairs

Commitment to sustainability

On the eve of Earth Week, Stanford's campus greenhouse gas emissions already have fallen 72 percent below their peak levels in 2011.

Stanford solar farm

The Dish

Share your coronavirus pandemic experience with University Archives as part of the COVID-19 COMMUNITY ARCHIVING PROJECT.

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  • COVID-19 Town Hall: Join Stanford School of Medicine’s Office of Community Engagement for a virtual Town Hall on the COVID-19 outbreak on Thursday, April 23, at 3:30 p.m. Learn more.

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