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Long Range Vision

University leaders discuss decision-making in the time of COVID-19

The university’s response to the pandemic has required countless short- and long-term decisions and has drawn on the expertise of hundreds across the campus community.

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Citizenship course piloted

“Citizenship in the 21st Century” is being piloted during the winter quarter as part of a new core curriculum for first-year students.

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Stanford announces IDEAL Provostial Fellows appointments

Catherine Duarte is one of five early-career scholars who will join Stanford this fall as part of a program to increase research and teaching in race and ethnicity.

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Faculty deliberation supports proposals for new school focused on climate and sustainability

After participating in a Deliberative Polling event, faculty showed majority support for proposals relating to the organization and structure of the new school focused on climate and sustainability – but not without debate.

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New undergraduate residential neighborhoods launch for students fall 2021

Beginning fall 2021, undergraduates on campus will live in residential neighborhoods that support lasting friendships and community-building. The neighborhoods will intersect with a new frosh curriculum and campus-wide programming through the Town Center.

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Stanford trustees discuss ‘values’ in Long-Range Vision initiatives

At a meeting at which the Stanford Board of Trustees expanded financial aid and kept tuition steady, members also met with faculty at the heart of the university’s Long-Range Vision initiatives.

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Faculty input sought for new climate and sustainability school

Following deliberations by a Blueprint Advisory Committee in the fall, leaders are seeking faculty input on proposals for the new school’s structure, composition and areas of focus.

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