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Monday, April 5, 2021

Resilient Cardinal wins NCAA championship

NCAA champs

After a challenging season played primarily on the road, the Stanford women's basketball team persevered to win the NCAA championships, beating Arizona in a nail biter. Go Cardinal! Read more


arts & creativity

Outdoor movies at Frost

Stanford Live will reopen with outdoor movies at Frost Amphitheater on April 29. The movies feature actors who attended Stanford or California locales.

Frost Amphitheater

science & technology

Treating the opioid epidemic

A Stanford/VA Palo Alto team developed a mathematical model to assess the cost-effectiveness of interventions to treat opioid use disorder.

Opioid illustration

campus life

Sexual assault awareness

In recognition of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, the SHARE Office Education Team has planned a series of events.

sexual assault awareness month

The Dish

JOSEPH ROMANO, professor of statistics and of economics, has been named the LGBTQ+ Scientist of the Year. 


Faculty Housing Continuing Studies for Spring 2020

Announcements

  • Marsh O'Neill Award nominations: The Marsh O'Neill Award gives faculty the chance to publicly acknowledge staff members who support their research. The award includes a $5,000 prize. The deadline for nominations for the 2020 award is Monday, April 12, 2021, at 5 p.m. Learn more.
  • Amy Blue Awards: Nominations open today, Monday, for the 2021 Amy J. Blue Awards, which honor members of the Stanford staff who are exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work. For more information and to submit a nomination, visit the website of the Amy J. Blue Awards. Nominations close at midnight on April 23. Award winners will be publicly celebrated at a ceremony during fall quarter. The awards are available to regular Stanford staff members, including any non-exempt, bargaining unit or exempt staff who meet the award criteria. Learn more.
  • Personal training: Recreation and Wellness is providing free virtual personal training that is BeWell Berry-eligible. This program is offered virtually to help faculty/staff reach their goals while connecting from anywhere. Learn more and register.

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