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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

University Affairs

Progress despite the pandemic

Trustees learn that, as Stanford emerges from the pandemic, the university is advancing such initiatives as the new climate and sustainability school. 

Trustees meeting

social sciences

Zoom fatigue worse for women

In a study of Zoom fatigue, researchers find that women feel more exhausted than men following video calls. The “self-view” display may be to blame.

Woman suffering Zoom fatigue

social sciences

No harm in family leave

Are businesses hurt when workers take time off with pay to care for a child or ailing family member? A new SIEPR study says no.

Dad and babies

Health Alerts

Update on vaccine availability in Santa Clara County

An increase in vaccine supplies coming from the federal government has enabled Santa Clara County, where the main campus is located, to expand eligibility immediately to anyone 16 or older living or working in the county.

Responsible Investing workshop Extraordinary Leaders: Neurodiversity


  • Leading from Home: Leading from home doesn’t have to be hard. Join campus colleagues for a workshop taught by Stanford faculty, who will share tools to facilitate leading teams and projects. Leading from Home is currently discounted for Stanford staff and is STAP eligible. Learn more.

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Bio-X Program Cubberley Lecture 4/28/21

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