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Friday, October 4, 2019

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Rethinking undergrad education

Two Long-Range Planning design teams have proposed changes to Stanford's undergraduate curriculum that faculty will deliberate.

Undergraduate students

science & technology

From science to policy

Psychiatrist Keith Humphreys founded the Stanford Network on Addiction Policy to help bring more science to debates over drug policy. 

Keith Humphreys

science & technology

Infrared vision for buried tumors

A chemistry team led by Hongjie Dai has developed a deep-imaging technique employing a bright infrared light to illuminate tumors inside the body.

Brain vessels in a mouse

The Dish

Sixteen Stanford graduate students in business, computer science, bioengineering and energy science have been named SIEBEL SCHOLARS

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  • Protection of minors: The university's Policy for Protection of Minors requires that anyone working with minors in a program or activity covered by the policy completes a Live Scan background check. On Wednesday, Oct. 9, visit Sub-Basement Room 33, Shriram Center, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to be fingerprinted at no cost. Learn more.
  • Power of Forgiveness: The Health Improvement Program (HIP) will have a special presentation of the short film Admissions and a talk by filmmaker John Viscount. The HIP class, The Untapped Power of Forgiveness, will be held Wednesday, Oct. 9, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Kissick Auditorium. Learn more and register.

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