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Thursday, January 7, 2021

Law & policy

What happened in Washington?

Stanford scholars reflect on the occupation of the Capitol yesterday and suggest what needs to happen next to preserve our democracy.

university affairs

Engaging with our community

Megan Swezey Fogarty and Preeti Hehmeyer couldn't have foreseen how events would shape the work of the new Office of Community Engagement.

Megan Fogarty and Preeti Hehmeyer

science & technology

Opportunity from tragedy

The tragic North Bay fires gave graduate student Gabriel Smith a chance to study the effect of wildfires on soil microbes with his mom's help in Santa Rosa.

Santa Rosa fire

The Dish

MARIE-ELISABETH PATE-CORNELL, the Burt and Deedee McMurtry Professor in the School of Engineering, has been awarded the 2021 IEEE Simon Ramo Medal.

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