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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Teaching & students

Helping asylum seekers

Senior Lily Foulkes was among the members of a Spanish immersion class in which students helped asylum seekers in Texas prepare for interviews. 

science & technology


A Stanford and SLAC team led by Jelena Vuckovic has packed some of the punch of ginormous particle accelerators onto a tiny silicon chip.

Jelena Vuckovic

Health & Medicine

State vaccination rates up

A Stanford/UCSF study shows measles vaccination rates are approaching 95 percent in nearly all California counties after exemptions were curbed.

kid getting vaccinated

Bio-X course/seminar series Stanford Live event


  • Roberto Velazquez remembrance: Members of the campus community are invited to join the staff and students of El Centro Chicano y Latino on Thursday, Jan. 9, from noon to 1 p.m. to remember Roberto "Beto" Velazquez and his family. Velazquez was a graduate student in electrical engineering who died over winter break. Learn more.
  • HIP and Rec classes: Registration begins today, Jan. 8, for Stanford Health Improvement Program classes and for Recreation & Wellness classes. Classes begin Jan. 13 at both the main campus and at Stanford Redwood City. Learn more.

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