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Stanford Report
Thursday, January 9, 2020

health & Medicine

Our cooling trend

Stanford researchers have determined that the average human body temperature in the United States has decreased over the past 157 years.

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faculty & staff

New benefits for 2020

The Affordability Task Force, part of Long-Range Vision work, has recommended five benefit enhancements for 2020, even as its work continues. 

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social sciences

Forgoing escalatory rhetoric

For hostilities between the United States and Iran to diminish, two Iran experts say both sides must move away from escalatory rhetoric. 

U.S. and Iranian flags

bio-x fellowships Final Weeks: Jordan Casteel

Announcements

  • Community conversations: Stanford is organizing a two-day conversation Feb. 3 and 4 on mental health and well-being for the campus community, including students, postdocs, staff and faculty. The workshops, roundtables and presentations are designed to shine a light on mental health and well-being, dispel stigmas associated with mental illness and empower community members with tools to help them manage stress, build resilience, support others and thrive. Learn more.

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