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Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Health & Medicine

Providing tests for COVID-19

Stanford’s test for COVID-19 is rapidly expanding capacity to serve patients in the Bay Area and beyond.

COVID test


Hanrahan wins Turing Award

In recognition of a “revolutionary impact” on computer-generated animation, computer scientist Pat Hanrahan shares the Turing Award.

Pat Hanrahan

university affairs

Time for drastic action

President Marc Tessier-Lavigne joins with the presidents of Harvard and MIT in a New York Times opinion piece urging organizations nationwide to get ahead of the coronavirus, even if it's not yet in their communities.

campus life

Our quiet campuses

The Stanford community has been working remotely, practicing social distancing and, now, sheltering in place, creating  quiet campuses. See the slideshow.

Art Gallery doors

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  • Temporary parking permit policy change: Until further notice, parking permits are not required to park in university-operated lots and garages. Department of Public Safety enforcement staff will no longer issue parking citations in permit parking areas, and commuters and residents will now be able to park in any ‘A,’ ‘C,’ resident or shared commuter/resident space at Stanford’s main campus and Stanford Redwood City. Learn more.
  • COVID-19 survey: Stanford’s Alia Crum, assistant professor of psychology in the School of Humanities and Sciences, and a team of researchers from the Mind & Body Lab are looking at people’s perceptions of and reactions to COVID-19. Participate in a survey, which takes 10–20 minutes to complete.

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