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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Teaching & students

Meet Stanford's science sketcher

Natalia Vélez, a psychology PhD student who began sketching during academic talks a year ago, has earned the nickname “The Science Sketcher.”

Natalia Velez

law & policy

Rights in the gig economy

Law Professor William Gould discusses California Assembly Bill 5 and the extra protections it would give workers in the gig economy.

William Gould

science & technology

Fire susceptibility in peatlands

Satellite measurements of soil moisture may offer an approach to reducing fires in Southeast Asian peatlands fires and their widespread haze.

Peatland fire in Southeast Asia

The Dish

Stanford was recently recognized by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education as a top-performing university in key SUSTAINABILITY areas.

Bio-X CryoEM Workshop 	 Contemplation by Design


  • Fall HIP and Rec classes: Registration opens today for Stanford Health Improvement Program and Stanford Recreation & Wellness fall quarter classes. Learn more.
  • Fitness class management: Beginning this fall quarter, Health Improvement Program fitness classes offered at the Arrillaga Center for Sports & Recreation and Arrillaga Outdoor Education Recreation Center will be managed by Stanford Recreation and Wellness. Learn more about what that means by visiting the BeWell web site.

Featured Fall 2019 courses Stanford Ignite – Part Time 2020

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