The Ethics, Society and Technology Hub aligns expertise across the humanities, social sciences, sciences and engineering to address the social and political impacts of scientific discovery and technological innovation.
This academic year, Stanford welcomes 91 new members of the professoriate, including 40 women and 51 men, representing six schools, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, the Dean of Research office and 43 departments.
Stanford recently completed construction on the complex that will provide over 2,400 graduate student beds on the east side of campus. John Arrillaga, ’60, provided more than $100 million and other major support for the project, which also benefited from an anonymous donor.
To conform to recent guidance from the State of California, effective Sept. 1 the university is creating a temporary campus zones program designed to maintain a safer and healthier academic environment, while preserving opportunities for the public to interact with campus lands.
Initiatives that arose out of the university’s Long-Range Vision have been making progress toward the goal of accelerating Stanford's impact in the world. That includes launching new programs to address urgent challenges and expanding our excellence in research and education.