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Our next campus climate survey

Earlier this academic year, I asked an advisory committee of students, faculty and staff to give me advice on how Stanford should approach its next campus climate survey. I’m writing now to share the news that, informed by the committee’s very helpful input, we are planning to join the Association of American Universities (AAU) survey that will be conducted in spring 2019.

Stanford students take master class with L.A. Dance Project’s David Adrian Freeland Jr.

On Jan. 25, L.A. Dance Project’s David Adrian Freeland Jr. taught a master class for students at Roble Gym. Stanford Live sponsored the class and presented the company at Memorial Auditorium on Jan. 26 and 27. After a warmup based in Horton technique, the dancers moved across the floor with small jumps. Freeland taught a new movement sequence and encouraged dancers to find their own style of execution. After the class, Freeland answered questions about working with dance and film, and how to engage more women choreographers.

Stanford president, provost answer questions about current issues on community members’ minds

President Marc Tessier-Lavigne and Provost Persis Drell updated the Stanford community on the long-range planning process and talked about a swath of some of the university’s most pressing issues, from sexual violence and free speech to faculty diversity and the state of federal research funding, during an informal meeting Wednesday afternoon.


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