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Long Range Vision

Investments make research accessible, affordable

Community vision drives funding for shared facilities, staff, and research support systems.

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Why do we care about literary characters?

Listen to the essay, as read by Blakey Vermeule, the Albert Guérard Professor in Literature in the School of Humanities & Sciences.

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Board of Trustees learns how SLAC can change the future

The Stanford Board of Trustees held its first meeting of the 2022-23 academic year Oct. 17-18. Trustees toured the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and met the new dean of the Doerr School of Sustainability, among other matters.

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Shared Research Platforms catalyze discovery

New investments in shared instrumentation and data resources – encompassing equipment, hardware, facility, and critical staffing – will help Stanford researchers continue to explore the boundaries of knowledge and achieve transformative advances.

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Affordability enhancements at Stanford

In a message to the campus community, Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell announce new steps Stanford is taking to enhance affordability for staff, faculty, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars

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RAISE Fellowship invests in doctoral students

The new Research, Action and Impact for Strategic Engagement, or RAISE, Doctoral Fellowship will build an innovative and inclusive opportunity for Stanford’s doctoral students to participate in realizing the university’s Long-Range Vision of purposeful impact.  

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Stanford Transforming Learning Accelerator —

Creating new opportunities for working learners

A Stanford-led convening brought employers, educators and researchers together to frame an applied science of adult learning.

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Stanford News Service —

Reducing campus emissions focus of new Stanford program

Achieving Stanford’s goal of reaching at least net-zero emissions from its operations will require developing new tools and strategies, which could also help businesses and governments reach their own emissions goals.

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Stanford’s Board of Trustees holds final meetings of the 2020-21 academic year

Trustees approve 2021-22 budget, discuss the university’s racial justice initiatives, hear a report on graduate and postdoctoral education and take action on other items.

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Stanford to begin piloting flexible job arrangements for staff

This summer, units throughout the university will begin testing what flexible staff job arrangements made necessary by the pandemic might work well in the long run.

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