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Stanford Today —

Students organize school supply drive to support local families

Undergraduate Human Biology students Gaby Escobar and Nadia Segura are asking for the Stanford community’s help for a back to school drive they have organized with the Department of General Pediatrics to support youth in the community.

Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research —

Inflation has spiked. Is it time to worry?

In a Q&A, macroeconomist Monika Piazzesi, senior fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, discusses inflation and potential warning signs.

Psychology Professor Albert Bandura dead at 95

Albert Bandura, the world-renowned social cognitive psychologist whose Bobo Doll experiments and theory of social learning transformed the field of psychology, has died.

Stanford Law School —

Responding to China’s state capitalism

Research by Stanford Law School’s Curtis Milhaupt sheds light on the complex challenges China’s distinct form of capitalism presents for the U.S.

Steinbeck’s experimentalism explored

English Professor Gavin Jones’ new book examines John Steinbeck’s experimentalism, contending that the author’s portrayals of climate change and wealth inequality make him an important literary voice for today.