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Friday, August 28, 2020

science & technology

Quantum center established

SLAC and Stanford have become founding partners of Q-NEXT, a national initiative that will tackle next-generation quantum science challenges.

Q-Next illustration

law & policy

Living with fires

Deborah Sivas, director of the Environmental Law Clinic, discusses the effects of climate on fires and policy changes that might lessen their danger.

Southern California fire

university affairs

Academic policies approved

The Steering Committee of the Faculty Senate approved changes in special registration and transfer credit policies for the 2020-21 academic year. 

Steering Committee meeting

The Dish

The CANTOR ARTS CENTER celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment with a light show.

Cantor Center lights

Stanford Bio-x undergraduate program Stanford Hospitality & Auxiliaries


  • Stanford Live reimagining: Starting in late September, Stanford Live will begin rolling out its digital fall season that includes HD performances filmed at Bing Concert Hall. Access to this content will be free for all currently enrolled Stanford students and for Stanford Live members at the Patron level or above. Learn more.

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