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Stanford Report
Monday, June 3, 2019

social sciences

Geography shaping elections

Political scientist Jonathan Rodden's research shows how a rural-urban divide has led to the underrepresentation of city voters.

Jonathan Rodden

Campus life: 2019 graduates

After Stanford, bilingual studies

Among this year's graduates is Alma Flores-Perez, whose own bilingual background has led to a research interest in Spanish-immersion education. 

Alma Flores-Perez by Jabiari Jay Tyler

Business

Prognosis for primary care

A study by Sara Singer, professor of medicine and of organizational behavior, shows a link between team dynamics and patient safety in primary care.

Medical equipment/Mike Blake of Reuters

athletics

Rowing champions again

The Cardinal won its fifth consecutive Intercollegiate Rowing Association national championship, bringing to seven the national championships this year.

women's rowing

The Dish

KOREN BAKKEGARD, interim associate vice provost and dean of residential education, has won the Fidler Award for Distinguished Service to Stanford Student Affairs.


DeStress Fest Eid Festival

Announcements

  • Via Ortega Garage: Parking & Transportation Services wants commuters to know that up to 90 visitor spaces at the Via Ortega Garage will be reserved on Mondays, beginning June 3. Learn more.

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