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Friday, September 11, 2020

social sciences

Democracy Matters

In the run-up to the elections, Stanford faculty will come together for Democracy Matters, a forum to discuss current issues affecting U.S. democracy.

Voting illustration

Health & medicine

Testing COVID-19 treatment

Stanford Medicine has joined a clinical trial testing antibodies designed to block the coronavirus from infecting human cells and shorten the illness.

faculty & staff

Celebrating new faculty

At a recent New Faculty Orientation, Provost Persis Drell welcomed 91 new members of the professoriate, including 40 women and 51 men. 

FSH rentals Laser vision correction study


  • Voting tool: A link to a universal voting tool called TurboVote is now available to employees through the Axess portal. Use TurboVote to register to vote or apply for an absentee ballot (important if you’ve moved since the last elections); you can also sign up for reminders about election deadlines and your polling place. Basic data is requested that is not shared with Stanford. Learn more on the Cardinal at Work website.

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How Change Comes Lecture Democracy Matters event September 15

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