The awards honor the life and work of the late Amy J. Blue, associate vice president for administrative services and facilities, who was known as a woman of incisive intelligence, abundant energy and unrelenting honesty.
Stanford will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this year with a free, four-day webinar and documentary film festival that will open on Friday evening, Jan. 15, and extend through Monday, Jan. 18, the federal holiday marking the birth of the civil rights leader. At the festival, the King Institute will announce the World House Project, a new initiative.
New Year’s Resolutions focused on health and wellness are often outcome-focused: a desire to lose a certain amount of weight, exercise every day, only eat salads for lunch, among others. While these are good goals to have, we may be setting ourselves up for failure by setting our expectations too high, adopting an all-or-nothing attitude, and not being compassionate with ourselves if we fall short of our goals.
The <em>Health Alerts </em>website provides detailed information on Stanford's surveillance testing program including requirements, locations and hours during winter quarter.
If you arrive from travel of more than 150 miles outside of Santa Clara County, you must quarantine for 10 days. For employees working at either the main Stanford campus or Stanford Redwood City, if you travel more than 150 miles from either Santa Clara or San Mateo counties, you should not return to on-site work for 10 days after return; there is no testing exception.
Health Check to self-report health status is required on a daily basis for employees working in-person at a Stanford facility.
COVID-19 testing is offered to on-site faculty, staff and postdocs.