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Monday, August 31, 2020

Stanford creates campus zones

Campus zone maps

To conform to state guidance and support the return of research and teaching, starting Sept. 1, the university is creating a temporary campus zones program designed to maintain a safer and healthier academic environment, while preserving opportunities for the public to interact with campus lands. Read more.

science & technology

Wildfire weather

Stanford climate and wildfire experts discuss extreme weather’s role in current and future wildfires and ways to combat more intense conflagrations.

Lightning strike

science & technology

AI-powered news analyzer

The new Stanford Cable TV News Analyzer uses AI to search transcripts and calculate the screen time of public figures appearing on cable TV news.

Cable news headquarters

The Dish

MADISON POBIS, ’20, is among the winners of the Society of Environmental Journalists 19th Annual Awards for Reporting.

FSH Rentals Laser vision correction study


  • Webinar on COVID-19 testingJoin President Tessier-Lavigne, Provost Drell and Stanford health leaders for a webinar about Stanford’s newly announced COVID-19 surveillance testing program for on-site members of the university community. The session will be held Wednesday, Sept. 2, at 11:30 a.m. View the event page and submit questions in advance here
  • Stanford Teaching Commons: The updated website Stanford Teaching Commons provides curated guides on designing online classes; articles on such topics as accessibility, asynchronous activity, and inclusion and equity; and links to resources and services that support online education across campus. Learn more.

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