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Stanford celebrates Black History Month

Events throughout the month center around the Black Community Services Center’s theme “Soul of our Nations: Black Creative Expressions Worldwide” and culminate in a weekend celebrating Black art and artists Feb. 25-26.

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Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research —

Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research celebrates 40 years

Faculty and advisory board members reflect on SIEPR’s history and the impact of its nonpartisan approach to economic research and policymaking.

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Stanford Libraries —

Ray Dolby’s papers find new home at Stanford Libraries

Dolby is known for developing technologies that revolutionized the entertainment industry and his papers meticulously document his curiosity about sound from as early as high school.

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Construction set to begin on GSE’s new home

Generous gifts from Stanford supporters will enable the creation of a unified Graduate School of Education, which will become home to the Stanford Accelerator for Learning and provide contemporary spaces to support research, teaching, and convening.

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