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Monday, August 5, 2019

health & environment

Eco-friendly cigarette marketing

A new study finds that people perceive cigarettes with pro-environment marketing on the packaging as less harmful not only to the environment but also to the health of smokers and people around them.

Picture of someone smoking.


Using the tools of language

Stanford education Professor Ramón Martínez explores how everyday language practices align with "the kinds of things we call smart."

Illustration of people talking through word boxes/Dima Che / Getty Images

science & technology

Making indoor spaces healthier

Stanford engineers Sarah Billington and James Landay talk about new ways to design office buildings that enable the occupants to thrive.

Inside space with a wall of plants/ Pexels/Magda Ehlers

The Dish

TEACHER TRAINING: California high school social science and history teachers gathered at Stanford recently to take part in a professional development course on Latin America and the Cold War.

	 HR Communications Open house for new hospital


  • NOTES FROM THE QUAD: President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell commented Sunday evening on the recent mass shootings in the United States. A solidarity vigil for members of the university community is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. Read more.
  • IDENTITY THEFT PROTECTION SERVICES: Stanford has partnered with Experian to offer identity theft protection services to faculty and staff. If you hare an active benefits-eligible employee, you can access services to help protect your personal information. Read more.

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