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Monday, November 25, 2019


Rhodes Scholar selected

Stanford senior Cyrus Reza, a double major in classics and mathematics, has been named a 2020 Rhodes Scholar.

Cyrus Reza

science & technology

How to make AI behave

A Stanford/UMass team proposes a technique to translate fuzzy goals like avoiding gender bias into the mathematical criteria to train an AI application.

AI illustration


History or modern citizenship?

Textbooks worldwide are more likely to present social movements as historical events than as active citizenship, according to a GSE study.

social activists

The Dish

Three Stanford students and one postdoctoral scholar, including Dorothy Tovar, have been named IF/THEN ambassadors for the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Dorothy Tovar

Bio-X PhD Fellowship applications new Stanford hospital


  • Community Police Academy: The Department of Public Safety invites community members 18 years and older to sign up for the 10-week Community Police Academy. The Winter Quarter course is a blend of classroom instruction and hands-on activities that allow participants to experience life in campus public safety and law enforcement. The next academy begins Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020. Learn more.

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