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Friday, June 7, 2019

Health & Medicine

Reducing physician burnout

The California Medical Association and Stanford Medicine have launched a project to reduce physician burnout by supporting doctors statewide.

Exhausted doctor


The 'Deathscape' in China

Historian Tom Mullaney's research project, The Chinese Deathscape, shows the unprecedented grave relocation in China over the past two decades.

Tom Mullaney

science & technology

Editing video by editing text

A new algorithm allows video editors to modify talking head videos as if they were editing text – copying, pasting, or adding and deleting words.

Video editing

The Dish

The STANFORD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION has recognized dozens of undergraduate and graduate students for their service to the university.

Stanford Continuing Studies Housing programs for Stanford Faculty


  • Live Scan: The university's policy on Protection of Minors requires that anyone working with minors in a program or activity covered by the policy complete a Live Scan background check. Come by one of the two upcoming Live Scan events on Friday, June 7, at SLAC, or Wednesday, June 12, at the Shriram Center, to be fingerprinted at no cost. Learn more.
  • HIP/Rec summer classes: Registration opens Tuesday, June 11, at 9 a.m. for summer recreation and Health Improvement Program classes on the main campus. Staff members working at Stanford Redwood City can check here for information about wellness programs there.

Stanford Summer Session Parking & Transportation

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