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Contribute your voice to institutional DEIB goal setting

Stanford encourages staff, students, faculty, postdocs, and alumni to provide input on the university’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging goals by participating in one of several upcoming 90-minute virtual focus groups.

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U.S. Dept. of Education proposes revisions to rules on Title IX cases

Stanford will participate in the public comment process; university community members also are invited to do so.

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Stanford ramps up work to reduce wildfire risk on university lands

The university is taking a comprehensive and coordinated management approach to reducing wildfire risks in response to hotter and drier conditions that are creating more dangerous annual fire seasons.

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Meet Helena Zhang, ’22

Helena Zhang will graduate in June with a bachelor’s degree in human biology and a minor in art history. After a year serving the community as a Haas Center Community Impact Fellow, she plans to pursue a career as a doctor.

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Meet Adam Nayak, ’22

Adam Nayak, winner of the 2022 J.E. Wallace Sterling Award for outstanding leadership and service, will graduate in June with a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering and a minor in comparative studies in race and ethnicity. He plans to complete a degree in management science and engineering next year, then pursue a PhD with a sustainability and social impact focus.

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Biotechnology incubator in Stanford Research Park anchors growing life sciences district

A new life science incubator in Stanford Research Park will serve as an anchor for a thriving life science district that directly connects Stanford’s biomedical research and hospitals with industry partners to accelerate new medicines.

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Meet Gaurab Banerjee

Gaurab Banerjee, a leader in Stanford’s social dance community and a member of the Axe Committee, will graduate in June with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science. He plans to work in the artificial intelligence industry and later in community development.

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Meet Alex Bradfield, ’22

Alex Bradfield, who grew up in Louisville, Colorado, will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in bioengineering and a minor in education. After working at Stanford Sierra Camp this summer, he plans to pursue a career in STEM, and later become a high school teacher.

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Meet Mary Cooper, ’22

Mary Cooper, who grew up in a military family, will graduate in June with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering and computer science. After a summer working at SpaceX and a semester of study at Oxford, she’ll return to Stanford to earn a master’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering.

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Communities of faith

Students share what it’s like to practice their religion at Stanford and the central role that faith communities have played in their Stanford journey.

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