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Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Teaching & Students

From the stage to the Farm

Beatriz Stix-Brunell, who performed with the Royal Ballet in London, will begin her academic career as an undergraduate student at Stanford in the fall.

Beatriz Stix-Brunell


Teaching through a pandemic

GSB students in the MBA and PhD programs honored Rebecca Lester, pictured here, and Anne Beyer for their outstanding teaching during the pandemic.

Rebecca Lester

Social Sciences

U.S. outstanding medical debt

New research from Stanford economist Neale Mahoney finds that the U.S. is actually saddled with at least $140 billion in outstanding medical debt.

U.S. medical debt

University Human Resources Bio-X seminar


  • Go Pass app: Until now, Clipper cards have been the only way to tag on and off with a Caltrain Go Pass or to validate transit fares. Now, those who prefer the convenience of using their phones can transfer their Go Passes and transit fares to the Clipper on Your Phone app. Stanford Transportation offers all the details here.

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