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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

University affairs

Stedman leads Faculty Senate 

With a thirty-year career in academia, political science Professor Stephen Stedman has taken on a new role as chair of the Faculty Senate.


Faculty & Staff

Stanford's alternative worksites

Stanford’s alternative worksites in San Jose, San Francisco and Newark are designed to help provide relief from long commutes and high housing costs.

Alternative worksites

science & technology

Catalina Island is sinking

A new analysis of marine fossils and seismic data offers the last word in a century-long debate over the motion of Catalina Island.

Catalina Island

The Dish

DAVID STEVENSON, the Harold K. Faber Professor in Pediatrics and senior associate dean for Maternal & Child Health, has been named the 2019 recipient of the John Howland Award.

Stanford Health Care Alliance Talk with Michael Mann and Chris Field.


  • Faculty survey: A faculty quality of life survey will be conducted in early January 2019 as part of the long-range planning effort. A town hall is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 4, from 3 to 4 p.m. in CCSRE Conference Room (450 Serra Mall, Building 360). Faculty members are welcome to attend and ask questions about the survey. They may also contact the survey committee at For more information, visit the survey website.
  • The deadline for the 2018 Cardinal at Work Cares Donation Drive is Friday, Nov. 30. Donation bins have been set up around campus, SLAC, Redwood City and the Stanford Research Park to encourage our employee spirit of giving. You can also donate needed items online by clicking here.

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