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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Health & Medicine

Stanford testing remdesivir

With no approved treatments for COVID-19, Stanford Medicine has joined clinical trials to determine if remdesivir, an anti-viral medication, works.

Remdesivir researchers

science &technology

Remembering the first Earth Day

Stanford Earth Dean Steve Graham remembers joining one of the thousands of rallies held in celebration of the first Earth Day.

Stephen Graham

University Affairs

Jordan Hall requests

The president will appoint a committee to review requests that question views and practices of the university’s founding president and his mentor.

Jordan Hall

University Affairs

Stanford reassures prospective students for 2021-22

Stanford wants prospective applicants, who are wrestling with disrupted personal lives and upended learning environments, to remove a big item from their list of COVID-19 concerns: the impact on admissions.

The Dish

Get dressed up for your next virtual meeting – with a STANFORD-THEMED BACKDROP, ranging from the Tree at the library to a kelp forest to Meyer Green at sunset.

The Tree at the library

HR Communications Ready to Roll: How to Ride Safely


  • Non-supervisor sexual harassment prevention training: Beginning this week, regular staff, non-supervisory employees who did not complete sexual harassment prevention training during last fall's early adopter program will be automatically assigned to the training and receive a STARS assignment email. State law mandates training in sexual and gender-based harassment and abusive conduct for non-supervisory employees every two years. The online training educates university community members about illegal forms of discrimination, sexual harassment and other forms of sexual violence in our community, reporting obligations, campus resources, how to assist survivors and how to be a positive "upstander." For more, visit the Sexual Harassment Policy Office website.

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