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Monday, May 4, 2020

Stanford arts thrive amidst COVID-19

Art grants recipient's work

Projects ranging from musical ensembles and painting classes to podcasts and videogames are among the first recipients of Stanford grants designed to cultivate artistic engagement during the COVID‑19 pandemic. Read more.


Knight-Hennessy Scholars

The third cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars, which includes Stanford undergraduate and graduate students, is the program's most diverse yet.

Knight Hennessy logo


How pandemics change society

Pandemics have been levelers of social and economic inequality, but that might not be the outcome this time, says historian Walter Scheidel.


Teaching & students

Helping with COVID-19 testing

In March, the Monterey County Public Health Lab was struggling to meet demand for COVID-19 testing. Stanford students from Hopkins stepped in to help. 

Stanford PhD students Jose Miguel Andrade Lopez, left, and Paul Bump

The Dish

STANFORD MEDICINE has been awarded a $2.5 million grant to investigate digital tools for heart health. 

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  • Back-to-work online training: Stanford has developed a new training course to help the university community work safely on campus during the coronavirus pandemic. The course, “COVID-19 Hygiene Best Practices,” is required for all faculty, staff, postdocs and students employed by the university, starting with those who are currently working onsite at any university-owned locations (including off-campus labs). Learn more.

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