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Gift advances the work of the Stanford Center on Early Childhood

Support from the Saul Zaentz Charitable Foundation will accelerate the exchange of expertise among researchers, policymakers, and front-line practitioners.

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Interview from outer space

Stanford Iranian Studies students interviewed NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli, who is currently on a mission aboard the International Space Station.

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Arts-based social prescribing comes to Stanford

A new partnership between Vaden Health Services and the program Art Pharmacy taps into the power of experiences like taking a poetry workshop or attending a photography exhibit for enhancing student well-being.

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Stanford Impact Labs forges partnerships to tackle social problems

Stanford Impact Labs provides an innovative research and development pipeline for the social sciences, connecting researchers with leaders in the public, social and private sectors to develop evidence-driven solutions to social problems.

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Engineering accessibility

Aya Mouallem is creating a tool to help blind electrical engineering students simulate circuits and collaborate with their sighted colleagues.

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Living Laboratory Fellowship for Sustainability launches

The program supports student work on interdisciplinary projects that directly contribute to greening the university’s operations, including installing solar panels on the roof of the Terry Huffington Barn to power the O’Donohue Family Educational Farm.

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Alumni honored for distinguished service

Stanford’s ethnic community centers inducted four new members into the university’s Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame at a ceremony held during Reunion Homecoming weekend.

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The new Cardinal at Work Cares program launches Nov. 1 with more ways to give back

The expanded employee give-back program includes an online platform that makes it easy to find opportunities to volunteer, and Stanford’s month-long donation drive, which returns in person for the first time since the pandemic.

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Pathfinder program offers business education to undergraduates

Students flock to initial offerings this fall

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Community Board report identifies steps for reimagining campus safety

The second progress report from Stanford’s Community Board on Public Safety provides an update on efforts to reimagine and strengthen public safety operations on campus. The panel is highlighting steps that can be implemented in the coming academic year as well as longer-term initiatives.

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