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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Social Scienecs

Deportation fears

Obtaining documented status leaves some migrants more fearful of deportation, finds sociologist Asad L. Asad in a study of immigrants living in Dallas, Texas.

Asad L. Asad

health & Medicine

Superhero science

Scope talks to hospitalist Errol Ozdalga about his involvement in a project to explain how superhero superpowers might be physiologically possible. 

Superhero silhouettes

Science & technology

Satellites working in flocks

Researchers are helping to develop swarms of cheap sat-bots that would work together to get more done than larger, costlier satellites working alone.

Birds flying in a flock

The Dish

MEGAN SWEZEY FOGARTY has been named Stanford’s inaugural associate vice president for community engagement. 

Megan Fogarty

Bio-X seed grants 	 Zero Waste


  • Employee Perceptions Survey: On Feb. 3, a representative sample of staff received an email invitation from University Human Resources to participate in an employee perceptions survey. The survey gathers insights on what it’s like to work at Stanford and what aspects of your employment experience are most valued. The survey closes on Feb. 19. If you received the invitation, please take 15 minutes to share your perspective. For more information on the perception survey, visit the Cardinal at Work website.
  • Community conversations: Members of the campus community are encouraged to attend events scheduled today as part of the two-day Community Conversation on Mental Health and Well-Being on both the main campus and at Stanford Redwood City. Learn more and view the schedule

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