Transgender adults who started gender-affirming hormone therapy as teens had better mental health than those who waited until adulthood or wanted the treatment but never received it, a Stanford-led study found.
Scholarship is at its best when it draws upon a diverse community. Here, Stanford faculty members share their breadth of life experiences and interests that fuel the dynamic learning environment on campus.
On the first anniversary of the attack on the U.S. Capitol, scholars from across FSI reflect on the ongoing ramifications the insurrection is having on America’s domestic politics and international influence.
Aristides “Aris” Demetrios designed and fabricated White Memorial Fountain, known to generations of Stanford students, faculty and staff as MemClaw, or The Claw, after his proposed design won a national sculpture competition in 1963.
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne has appointed a committee, chaired by Associate Professor Ari Y. Kelman, to research assertions Stanford had quotas that limited admissions of Jewish undergraduate students in the 1950s. The committee will recommend steps to address its findings and enhance Jewish life on campus.