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Friday, March 13, 2020

Faculty & staff

Zooming effectively

With many employees working remotely, University IT offers guidance about facilitating meetings with online collaboration tools such as Zoom. 

Zoom meeting

Health & Medicine

Talking to kids about COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread, experts at Stanford Children’s Health suggest how families can prepare kids for the continued news coverage. 

Mom and kid

Science & technology

The math of brain growth

Using microscopy and mathematics, Stanford researchers have discovered the invisible pattern that growing neurons follow to form a brain.

Flatworm brain patterns

Faculty/staff/post-doc meal plans Faculty Staff Housing Rentals


  • COVID-19 and AI: An April 1 virtual conference, "COVID-19 and AI," will address the developing public health crisis. Sponsored by the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), the event will convene experts from Stanford and beyond to advance the understanding of the virus and its impact on society. It will be livestreamed to engage the broad research community, government and international organizations, and civil society. Learn more.
  • Stanford Athletics: After consulting with university leadership, the Pac-12 conference and the NCAA, Stanford Athletics has canceled all winter and spring sport seasons, effective immediately. While it is possible that some athletics activities may be able to resume when in-person classes resume on campus, all competitions, practices, camps, clinics and in-person recruiting activities are suspended until further notice. Learn more.

  • Stanford has encouraged cancellation, postponement or livestreaming of events through April 15. Check the Stanford Events calendar for updates on specific events.

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