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Monday, October 19, 2020

Social Sciences

The future of business education

At a virtual event, Jonathan Levin, dean of the GSB, and educators from UC Berkeley and Hong Kong University  discussed how their schools are responding to worldwide crises.
 

Future of business ed

Arts & Creativity

Political art at the Cantor

Stanford curator Elizabeth Kathleen Mitchell explains the history of art and politics in the context of current U.S. and global affairs.

Elizabeth Kathleen Mitchell

Science & Technology

AI helps detect deep-fake videos

Researchers at Stanford and UC Berkeley have unveiled an AI-based approach to detect lip-sync technology.

AI detects deep-fake videos

Bio-X undergraduate program 2020 Shorenstein Journalism Award

Announcements

  • Election support website:  A new website features events, courses, resources and other materials designed to help Stanford students, staff and faculty navigate a difficult election season. Learn more.
     
  • Cancer & COVID-19 Community Town Hall: Join the Stanford Cancer Institute and Community Outreach & Engagement on Thursday, Oct. 29, for a town hall designed for the local and regional community to provide education about the impact of COVID-19 and cancer. Learn more.

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ALP Application Closing Presidential Lecture in the Humanities


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