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Friday, November 30, 2018

university affairs

Faculty focus on free speech 

Debra Satz, dean of the School of Humanities & Sciences, discussed free speech, academic freedom and campus climate at the Faculty Senate meeting.

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science & technology

Wildfires in retrospect

Stanford experts discuss what they learned from the most destructive fire season in California history and how it will affect their research going forward. 

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Health & Medicine

Peanut-allergy progress

As immunotherapy for peanut allergy advances, allergy expert Sharon Chinthrajah discusses what that means for parents and future treatments.

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The Dish

RESIDENTIAL & DINING ENTERPRISES' Green Cleaning program was recognized with a sustainability award, and the department wants to share the technology with you. 

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  • Faculty survey: A faculty quality of life survey will be conducted in early January 2019 as part of the long-range planning effort. A town hall is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 4, from 3 to 4 p.m. in CCSRE Conference Room (450 Serra Mall, Building 360). Faculty members are invited to attend and ask questions about the survey. They may also contact the survey committee at For more, visit the survey website.

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