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Friday, September 3, 2021

business

Negotiating with power

A large-scale study of job negotiations finds that women with stronger options were penalized for being too assertive.

Job negotiations

health & medicine

Anti-aging gel for bones

Researchers found that old skeletal stem cells contribute to bone fragility and poor healing in mice and that a stem cell-boosting gel may help.

Bone fracture

Science & Technology

Advice to future scientists

Physicists in the Alonzo W. Ashley Fellowship Program talk about their path to SLAC and their advice for those considering a STEM career.

Al Ashley Fellows

Stanford Blood Center: Gift cards Alumni Excellence in Education Award

Announcements

  • Supervisors and Faculty Harassment Prevention Training deadline: The Stanford SHARE-Title IX office is dedicated to making sure our community is preventing and responding to misconduct campus-wide. The 2021 state-mandated Supervisors and Faculty Harassment Prevention Training course launched online in May; the due date for completion is Dec. 1, 2021. The course is available on your STARS All Learning page. For more details, please visit our training website
  • Stanford Report will return on Tuesday, Aug. 7, after the Labor Day holiday.

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