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Monday, December 2, 2019

university affairs

Annual Title IX/Sexual Harassment Report released

Stanford's third annual Title IX/Sexual Harassment Report shows that the university responded to 279 reported incidents in 2018-19. A Tuesday town hall, open to the entire campus community, will address the findings.


awards

Second Rhodes Scholar named

Anat Peled, a senior majoring in history and minoring in symbolic systems, has been named Stanford's second 2020 Rhodes Scholar.

Rhodes Scholar Pelad

teaching & students

Reimagining Stanford classrooms

Members of the campus community are invited to presentations this week by the team leading the Stanford Classrooms Reimagined project. 

Stanford classroom

campus life

Haas distinguished visitor

Author and Native American advocate Gerald Vizenor will be the Mimi and Peter E. Haas Distinguished Visitor during Winter Quarter.

Gerald Vizenor

SPCS Summer Programs Bio-X PhD Fellowship applications

Announcements

  • Stanford Continuing StudiesRegistration for Stanford Continuing Studies' Winter Quarter begins Dec. 2, and most courses start the week of Jan. 13. Continuing Studies offers a range of on-campus and online courses in liberal arts and sciences, creative writing and professional and personal development. All courses are STAP fund-eligible and select courses are eligible for BeWell Berries. Learn more.

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