Here’s how Stanford students are tackling COVID-19
From helping develop medical equipment to creating art, Stanford students from across departments and academic disciplines are finding ways to support their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stanford students are among the university affiliates who are helping to meet the challenges created by COVID-19.
In the weeks since the pandemic shut down the Stanford campus, students from across the university have stepped up to help address the virus and its ramifications, often in their home communities. From helping develop medical equipment for under-resourced hospitals to organizing donation drives, Stanford students are finding creative ways to give back during these unprecedented times.
Following is a sampling of their work.