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Fund supports scholars fleeing global conflict

The fund helps provide refuge at Stanford for researchers and academics who have fled persecution or conflict in their home countries so they can safely continue their scholarship.

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Academic freedom’s origin story

The history of academic freedom—a relatively modern concept that can be traced back to a scandal at Stanford at the turn of the last century—can help us understand the complexities of debate on college campuses today, says Emily J. Levine.

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KIPAC celebrates 20 years of research with community day

To mark the milestone, the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC) will host an astronomy festival featuring live science demonstrations, hands-on activities, mini science lectures, and more.

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Campus events planned for National Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April

Stanford’s SHARE Title IX Office is planning a series of events for the month of April in recognition of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, (SAAM).

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Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance —

Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance Symposium highlights

The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance Symposium highlighted research efforts that are increasing our understanding and optimization of human performance.

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Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence —

How to teach responsible CS

Scholars from around the country explored approaches to embedding ethics into computer science curricula at a recent Stanford event.

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Women’s Leadership Summit lifts and empowers

More than 300 faculty, staff, and students gathered to build community and explore leadership, empowerment, DEIB, and the importance of strong mentorship and allies.

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Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies —

Imagining the future of social tech

Entrepreneurs, investors, and educators gathered at Stanford last month to discuss how to lead innovation for social good.

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Celebrating Women’s History makers

Events throughout March invite the Stanford community to celebrate Women’s History Month by exploring womanhood, feminism, and gender.

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Ukraine’s fight for democracy, one year in

Ukrainian leaders expressed their hopes for victory and their gratitude for Western support in a panel discussion moderated by Michael McFaul.

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