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Monday, March 1, 2021

social sciences

Combatting human trafficking

An interdisciplinary team of researchers — from economists to statisticians to pediatricians — is fighting the global scourge of human trafficking.

Arms in chains

Health & Medicine

Digital weight-loss tools help

Digital health tools, such as diet-tracking apps, increase engagement in weight-loss programs, helping users shed pounds, according to a study.

Digital weight loss tool


William Hancock has died at 93

During his long career at Stanford, William Hancock, professor emeritus of medicine, advanced techniques used to interpret electrocardiograms.

William Hancock

The Dish

Stanford Law School Professor PAMELA KARLAN has joined the U.S. Department of Justice as principal deputy assistant attorney general in the Civil Rights Division.

Spring 2021 Stanford Continuing Studies ETL Talk


  • University Awards: Nominations are now open for the Kenneth M. Cuthbertson Award for Exceptional Contributions to Stanford, the Walter J. Gores Faculty Awards for Excellence in Teaching, the Dinkelspiel Awards for Exceptional Contributions to Undergraduate Education and the President's Awards for Excellence Through Diversity. For more information on each award and the deadlines for submitting nominations, visit the University Awards website.

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