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Thursday, November 8, 2018


Tina Seelig wins Lyman Award

Tina Seelig, professor of the practice in management science and engineering, has won the Stanford Alumni Association's Richard Lyman Award.

Tina Seelig

Law & policy

The next Big One

Stanford civil engineers are working with San Francisco to assess how city skyscrapers will fare after the next Big One in order to mitigate disruption. 

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campus life

Veterans Day commemoration

Stanford will celebrate Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 9, with floral wreaths and a presidential letter in both Memorial Court and Memorial Auditorium.


law & policy

Sklansky on Sessions resignation

Law School Professor David Sklansky discusses Attorney General Jeff Sessions' resignation and its implications for the Russia investigation. 

The Dish

Stanford scientists, led by MICHAEL SNYDER and GARRY NOLAN, will map the mosaic of cells that comprise the human colon with support from the National Institutes of Health. 

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  • Faculty Senate: At its Nov. 8 meeting, the Faculty Senate will hear a presentation on the university’s sustainability efforts and a report from the Task Force on Lecturers. The meeting will begin at 3:15 p.m. in Room 180 of the School of Law. Discussion is limited to members of the senate, but members of the Stanford community may request to attend the meeting by contacting Adrienne Emory, assistant academic secretary. For more, visit the Faculty Senate website.

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