Russell Gavin, the new director of Stanford’s famously irreverent student scatter band, reflects on what makes the group special, how they are doing in the wake of a suspension that resulted in organizational changes and what the future holds.
Sex and gender affect how people react to drugs or other therapies, but are often overlooked in research. Stanford researchers find that medical research teams that include women more often account for sex and gender in their work.
In the last several months, Stanford students were personally affected by hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires. Chris Griffith, associate vice provost for student affairs, explains how the university responded to students in need.
Stanford recently welcomed more than two dozen new transfer students who have begun their studies on the Farm as sophomores and juniors, including 13 U.S. military veterans and 13 individuals who are the first members of their families to attend a four-year college.