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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

University Affairs

Rice to lead Hoover Institution

Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will be the next director of the Hoover Institution beginning Sept. 1, succeeding Thomas Gilligan. 

Condoleezza Rice

University Affairs

Feedback sought on sustainability connections

A committee is exploring how to bridge sustainability efforts on campus and create ways for dispersed groups to work together on issues like climate change, biodiversity and sustainable development. It will hold a series of town halls.

law & policy

The travel ban, three years later

As the travel ban enters its third year, Stanford law Professor Shirin Sinnar discusses the current version of the order and how it might change going forward.

Travel Ban Q&A

The Dish

GRETCHEN DAILY has been awarded the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement for her pioneering natural capital science work.

Gretchen Daily by Ola Hopper

Bio-X Seed Grants applications TAP Special January 2020


  • Update on travel ban, DACA issues: The university is providing information and resources for members of the university community concerned about the possible expansion of the federal government’s travel ban, as well as about the ongoing court review of the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program. Read more.
  • Health alert: Stanford has issued a health alert about the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak that has been centered in China. There is currently no identified risk to the Stanford community. Read more.

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