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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

University affairs

Karen Cook stepping down; two offices reorganized

Vice Provost Karen Cook will step down this month, and reorganizations are announced that create two new offices: Vice Provost for Faculty Development, Teaching and Learning, and Vice Provost for Faculty Diversity and Engagement.

Health & Medicine

Battling physician burnout

Stanford Medicine magazine looks at programs to address physician burnout, which are overseen by Tait Shanafelt, chief wellness officer.

Tait Shanafelt by Brian Smale

science & technology

Sniffing out natural gas leaks

Results are in for the Mobile Monitoring Challenge, which identifies promising technologies for finding natural gas leaks quickly and at lower cost. 

Drone investigating a natural gas leak

The Dish

SLAC scientists ARIANNA GLEASON and DIANA GAMZINA earn Department of Energy Early Career Research Program awards.

Stanford MLA Bio-X seminar


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