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Thursday, February 6, 2020


Bad people vs. bad companies

Research by GSB's Jeffrey Pfeiffer shows people believe corporations are less ethical than people, even when the crimes are the same.

Jeffrey Pfeiffer

law & policy

Protecting elections worldwide

Stephen Stedman talks about "Protecting Electoral Integrity in the Digital Age," a report from the Kofi Annan Foundation involving Stanford faculty.

Stephen Stedman

social sciences

What the coronavirus reveals

Sociologist Xueguang Zhou says the coronavirus crisis is a manifestation of the breakdown of China’s governance structures.

Wuhan market by Getty

The Dish

Three new specialists in STUDENT AFFAIRS focus on providing support for Stanford students seeking to maintain a healthy and balanced life.

Student specialists

bio-x fellowships ad Ethics Center's Arrow Lecture Bill Kristol


  • Taylor memorial reception: A memorial reception for the late Kenneth Taylor, the Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor of Philosophy, will be held on April 7 at 5 p.m. at the Faculty Club Main Dining Room. Taylor died Dec. 2. Learn more.
  • Campus forums: Faculty, students and staff interested in providing feedback to the committee exploring structures to support sustainability efforts can attend campus forums on Fridays. A forum is scheduled for this Friday, Feb. 7, at the Sloan Mathematics Center (Math Corner), Bldg. 380, Room 380Y, at noon. See the schedule.

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