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Thursday, February 18, 2021

law & policy

Addressing racial inequality

Ralph Richard Banks and Diane Chin have established the Stanford Center for Racial Justice to address racial inequality and division in America.

Ralph Richard Banks and Diane Chin


Schoolhouse rocked

The pandemic crumbled cornerstones of U.S. education. Stanford magazine asks scholars what they think will emerge from the rubble.

Illustration of crumbling schoolhouse

science & technology

Genetic rescue for tigers

New research by environmental biologist Elizabeth Hadley shows how genomics can help guide conservation efforts for wild tigers and other species.


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  • Annual policy reminder: The university encourages members of the campus community to review employment-related policies that address workplace interactions, approaches and processes. Visit the Annual Policy Reminder web page.
  • Campus Conversations: Join President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell for a conversation with the campus community about racial justice initiatives underway at Stanford. The president and provost will be joined by Claude Steele, the Lucie Stern Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, and Stanford Trustee Charles Young, chair of the newly formed Black Community Council. This Campus Conversation is Monday, Feb. 22, 3 to 4 p.m. Learn more.

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