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Monday, March 22, 2021

social sciences

Hitting the reset button

Instead of emerging from the coronavirus pandemic resilient to crisis and catastrophe, psychologist Jamil Zaki asks, what if we grew stronger because of it?

university affairs

Safety feedback sought

The Community Board on Public Safety, headed by Patrick Dunkley and Claude Steele, will hold meetings to elicit feedback from the community. 

Dunkley and Steele

Science & technology

Wind when it's needed most

Wind energy production increases during the coldest spells when heat demand is highest and can help prevent cold weather–related blackouts.

Wind turbines

Stanford Continuing Studies course Conference on Intelligence Augmentation


  • Cardinal Print: When faculty, staff and students return to campus, Cardinal Print multifunctional devices will be the new go-tos to fulfill printing, scanning and copying needs. Cardinal Print devices are currently installed across the Redwood City campus, and will be installed on the main campus as Stanford's print solution over the next few years. Learn more.

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