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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Faculty & staff

Open enrollment starts Oct. 22 

There are notable benefits changes that Stanford encourages employees to review during Open Enrollment, which begins Monday, Oct. 22. 

Open enrollment Getty Image of a stethoscope and notebook

Science & technology

How Alzheimer's spreads

Mechanical engineering's Ellen Kuhl has developed a computer model showing how misshapen proteins linked to Alzheimer's and similar diseases spread.

Ellen Kuhl

arts & creativity

Making Warhol accessible

Stanford has created searchable databases that allow researchers and Andy Warhol fans to examine more than 130,000 photographs taken by the iconic artist.

Andy Warhol contact sheets

The Dish

Political scientist SHANTO IYENGAR will co-lead a two-year study, supported by the National Science Foundation, into what Americans think about U.S. politics.


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Announcements

  • Child health symposium: The Stanford Child Health Research Institute Symposium, which will highlight the latest developments in maternal and child health research across campus, will be held Nov. 16 at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge. Learn more.
  • AlertSU test notification: On Thursday, Oct. 18, between noon and 12:30 p.m., Stanford will conduct its annual test of the campus AlertSU system. Alert messages will be sent via text message and email to the Stanford community. The test also includes the activation of the outdoor siren system and VoIP speaker phones. Learn more.

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