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Thursday, September 9, 2021

social sciences

Lasting benefits

A ninth-grade ethnic studies class had a prolonged positive impact on students, increasing their overall engagement, probability of graduating and likelihood of enrolling in college.


social sciences

Toxic Tweets

A new study suggests people are more likely to be influenced by social media posts when the posts violate, rather than support, their cultural values.

social media users

Law & policy

Maneuvering around the court

Stanford Law School's Diego Zambrano, a civil procedure expert, discusses the Texas abortion law known as SB8.

Diego Zambrano

University Human Resources Call for Instructors/Course Proposals


  • Return to onsite work: Questions about returning to campus? Teach Anywhere has answers to frequently asked questions from instructors and students about in-person course instruction. Cardinal at Work has a guide for staff employees returning to onsite work, as well as a set of frequently asked questions about returning to the workplace. Health Alerts also offers reminders and links for returning to worksites.

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Beckman Seed Grant Call for Proposal Bio-X Undergraduate Summer Research

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