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Faculty Senate weighs speech initiatives, academic freedom

The Faculty Senate postponed a motion to establish an ad hoc Committee on University Speech Initiatives after hearing a presentation on the Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative on Thursday. Senators also heard a brief update on winter quarter course registration.

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President’s remarks to Faculty Senate on academic freedom

President Marc Tessier-Lavigne delivered these remarks at the Faculty Senate meeting of January 26, 2023.

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SafeZone campus safety app launches

The free, DPS-managed app connects with emergency responders and can share your location with greater accuracy than most emergency phone features.

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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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Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences —

Two Stanford faculty join CASBS board

Stanford professors Tomás Jiménez and Robert Jackson join the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) board of directors.

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Stanford submits report for renewal of accreditation

Stanford’s WSCUC report focuses on two themes: Advancing Undergraduate Education and Supporting Our Community for Success.

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Honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

The university will host a series of events including a film festival and lectures beginning Jan. 13.

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Welcome to winter quarter

In his winter quarter welcome message, Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne reflects on our progress and looks ahead to the new quarter and beyond.

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IT website in the news

Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne addresses recent media coverage of a website for Stanford’s Information Technology (IT) community that discussed an “Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative” undertaken by that community.

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Institute on Race names founding co-directors

Tomás Jiménez and Brian Lowery will lead the new institute dedicated to finding real-world solutions to address racial injustice.

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