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Monday, April 12, 2021


Seven awarded Guggenheims

Seven faculty members have been awarded Guggenheim Fellowships, which recognize mid-career scholars, artists and scientists.

Guggenheim Fellows

Faculty & Staff

Illustrating diversity & inclusion

A children’s book, illustrated by Stanford staffer Robert Cole, has sparked meaningful discussions about inclusion, diversity and equity on campus.

Robert Cole

Science & Technology

Uncovering a sea turtle mystery

A Stanford-led study illuminates secrets of the North Pacific loggerhead turtles’ migration between the beaches of Japan and the coast of Baja California.

Sea Turtles

Master of Liberal Arts ETL


  • Faculty Women's Forum: Nominations open today for the second annual Faculty Women’s Forum awards honoring faculty members who have gone out of their way to support women at Stanford. There are five award categories: inspiring early academic career; allyship; outstanding sponsor; outstanding leader; and the Deborah Rhode Lifetime Achievement Award. Statements of 250-500 words in PDF format are suggested. Nominations close at 8 a.m. PDT on May 3. Email nominations to with a subject header that includes the nominee’s name and the award for which the person is being nominated.
  • STARR informatics summit: Stanford Medicine is proud to present the first STARR informatics summit on April 22. This event is co-hosted by Stanford CTSA and Research IT. Please join us to celebrate STARR wins, meet Stanford informatics service teams, join workshops and much more. Register here.

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