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Tuesday, May 5, 2020

social sciences

New work-life reality

With work, school and family life all taking place in our homes, the challenges may be greater for women, according to sociologist Shelley Correll.

Shelly Correll

science & technology

Learning from 'Tiger King'

Scholars who have studied wild and captive tigers discuss the problems with private ownership as portrayed in the TV series "Tiger King."

Captive tiger

science & technology

Rethinking tsunami defense

Low, plant-covered hills along shorelines can mitigate tsunami risks with less disruption of coastal life and lower costs compared to seawalls.

Tsunami sign

Health & Medicine

Most medical procedures resume

Stanford Health Care providers are now performing almost all medical procedures, including surgeries, diagnostic imaging and routine screenings.

Hospital workers

The Dish

Stanford Medicine educator MAYA ADAM's animated coronavirus videos have gone viral. 

Stanford Blood Center Lunch Time Music from MemChu


  • Health Alerts: The Health Alerts website, which provides updates about the COVID-19 pandemic, has been updated to make searching for information specific to various campus community audiences easier. Visit the site.
  • Volunteer opportunities: If you have the time and yearning to volunteer with organizations related to the pandemic, BeWell has compiled a list to connect “helping hands” with those in need. Learn more.

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