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Friday, February 14, 2020

social sciences

What is love, anyway?

In fields ranging from science to sociology to philosophy, researchers study what it means to fall in love and how notions of romance have evolved.

Medieval love

campus life

StanfordVotes building steam

A massive, university-wide effort — StanfordVotes — is working hard to encourage members of the campus community, especially students, to vote.

Stanford Votes volunteer

university affairs

New organizational structure to replace VPTL

Programs in the Office of the Vice Provost for Technology and Learning will be realigned this fall, integrating them with related university activities and bolstering efforts to advance teaching and learning on campus and globally.

Bio-X PhD Fellowship applications Shenson Recital Series Feb 23


  • Amy J. Blue Awards: Nominations open today for the Amy J. Blue Awards, which honor members of the Stanford staff who are exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work. Learn more on the website of the Amy J. Blue Awards. Nominations close at midnight on March 6. The awards are available to regular staff members, including any non-exempt, bargaining unit or exempt staff who meet the award criteria.
  • Student awards: Do you know a senior or graduate student who deserves to be recognized for contributions to the university? The Stanford Alumni Association invites faculty and staff to nominate outstanding seniors and graduate students for the 2020 J.E. Wallace Sterling Award, Award of Excellence and Graduate Student Community Impact Award. Nominations are due by Wednesday, March 25. Learn more.

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