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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

University affairs

Bass University Fellows named

Biologist Mary Beth Mudgett is among seven newly appointed or reappointed Bass University Fellows in Undergraduate Education. 

Mary Beth Mudgett


How protests can swing elections

A study co-authored by GSB's Sarah Soule shows that both liberal and conservative protests have had real impacts on U.S. House elections.

Protesters in Minneapolis by Getty


James March has died at 90

James March, professor of business, education and humanities, has died. An interdisciplinary scholar, he was best known for work in organizational behavior. 

The Dish

What better day than Halloween to tell the story of the STANFORD MAUSOLEUM, even if it really isn't very scary. 

CBD announcement WorkLife Integration PSP Stanford Health Care Alliance


  • Carillon Concert: Members of the university campus are encouraged to pause, reflect and take time to unwind today, Wednesday, Oct. 31, beginning at noon with events at locations throughout campus. At 12:30 p.m. there will be a 20-minute Carillon Concert, followed by a 10-minute period of quiet contemplation. Learn more about the activities, which are part of Contemplation by Design.

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