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Monday, August 17, 2020

University affairs

Stanford revises Title IX policies and procedures

Stanford has revised its Title IX process for adjudicating cases of prohibited sexual conduct in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education’s new regulations for colleges and universities, which went into effect Aug. 14.

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Improving online learning 

Using results from a student survey about spring quarter, Stanford has been improving remote education for students and instructors. 

Online learning

campus life

An old friend returns home

A historic horse-drawn Stanford family carriage, which dates to the late 1880s, has permanently returned to campus and awaits renovation.

Historic carriage

The Dish

PhD students DILLON GISCH and DANNY SMITH have won the 2020-21 Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome.

Continuing Studies Fall 2020 Tips for taking public transit


  • TEACH Stanford Pop-up Symposium: The Aug. 17-28 symposium offers workshops, as well as small group and one-on-one support, to help all members of the Stanford community – instructors, teaching assistants, staff – transform courses into online formats and approach the new academic year with inspiration and confidence. Join a teaching circle, read workshop descriptions and register for individual sessions here. Stanford Teaching Commons organized the symposium.

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