Around the Farm

Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences —

Creative agency during a pandemic

Music professor and composer urges students to think of constraints as opportunities for creative growth.

Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences —

Humanities at home

What has been on the minds of Stanford professors as they navigate this turbulent and anxious time? Where do they find comfort and solace, challenge and struggle, beauty and grace?

Stanford Medicine —

Defect in pancreas alpha cells linked to diabetes

Pancreatic alpha cells from people with diabetes release excess amounts of glucagon, a hormone important in blood sugar control, in a new Stanford-developed mouse model of transplanted human islets.

Stanford Graduate School of Business —

Pulling back the curtain on racial bias

From Hollywood to courtrooms to biased hiring practices, Stanford GSB experts analyze the breadth of racial discrimination – and how to grow beyond it.

Hoover Institution —

Book Q&A with Michael R. Auslin: Asia’s New Geopolitics

In a new book of essays, Auslin describes the geopolitical importance of Asia’s inner seas and how the Indo-Pacific region is impacted by China’s ambitions, U.S. force posture, North Korea’s quest for nuclear weapons, the Sino-Japanese competition and India’s struggles as the world’s largest democracy.