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Friday, February 7, 2020

university affairs

Professoriate titles reviewed

At the Faculty Senate, Patricia Burchat presented a report of the Committee on the Professoriate, which considered titles available to teachers at Stanford.

Patricia Burchat

campus life

Focus on mental health

The Stanford community gathered for two days to focus on issues of mental health and well-being, with more than 20 sessions held at both campuses. 

Mental health conference

campus life

Trading his cape for college

First-year student David Mazouz starred as Bruce Wayne in the TV series Gotham, but his toughest role may have been as a Cal student in Gaieties

David Mozouz

The Dish

ZHENAN BAO and members of her lab are featured in a film series that highlights contributions by leading contemporary chemists.

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  • Communications survey: University Communications invites current faculty, staff and students to participate in a short survey designed to improve campus communications. Take the survey and be entered to win a $50 gift card to the Stanford Bookstore.
  • National Girls & Women in Sports Day: Stanford Athletics and the Stanford women's basketball program will celebrate the 34th Annual National Girls & Women in Sports Day on Sunday, Feb. 9, as part of the women's basketball game vs. USC. Doors open at 11 a.m. Learn more.

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