University Affairs

Health Alerts —

Update on possible vaccine options for eligible groups

Russell Furr, associate vice provost for environmental health and safety, updates the campus community about options for getting a vaccine, noting that Stanford encourages those eligible to seek vaccination appointments through any available distribution channel in the county where they live.

Stanford Today —

Update on plans leading up to fall quarter for staff and faculty

In a message to the campus community, Provost Persis Drell and Elizabeth Zacharias, vice president for human resources, address plans for returning to on-site work this spring and for developing more flexible work arrangements for staff as the university moves toward a new way of working at Stanford.

Stanford Today —

Update on planning for fall 2021

In a message to the campus community, Provost Persis Drell addresses plans for as normal a fall as possible, including in-person education and research, with modifications as needed based on the public health situation.

Stanford accelerators move knowledge to impact in the world

Stanford’s Long-Range Vision seeks to increase and accelerate both the creation of new knowledge through foundational research and the uptake of that knowledge as solutions for urgent problems in climate, learning, health and society.

Stanford Today —

Our spring quarter

Marc Tessier-Lavigne welcomes the campus community to spring quarter, especially those students returning to campus. He notes the importance of collective responsibility, both in ensuring the health and safety of others on campus, but also more broadly in informing how university thought leaders are considering Stanford’s impact in the years ahead.