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Thursday, March 18, 2021

University affairs

Gradual reopening anticipated

A Campus Conversation on the one-year anniversary of the Bay Area shelter-in-place conveys that Stanford's reopening will be gradual.

Campus conversation participants

University affairs

COVID decision-making explained

Russell Furr, associate vice provost for environmental health and safety, and Provost Persis Drell discuss decision-making during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Furr and Drell

teaching & students

Citizenship course piloted

Dan Edelstein, director of  Stanford Introductory Studies, discusses “Citizenship in the 21st Century,” a new course being piloted during Winter Quarter. 

Dan Edelstein

Faculty Housing HAI online executive program


  • Spring Healthy Living: Spring into healthy habits by participating in a Healthy Living offering. Choose from online classes, apps and coaching packages on topics like immunity, posture and happiness. All Healthy Living offerings are STAP-approved and Berry-eligible, and some qualify for the Engagement incentive. Learn more.
  • Open-Air Fitness: Stanford Recreation and Wellness' Open-Air Fitness Spring Quarter registration is now open. Take classes in such areas as yoga, bootcamp and cardio. Learn more.

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