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Jan 13 2022 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty, Initiatives, Staff, Students
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne has appointed a committee to research assertions Stanford had quotas that limited admissions of Jewish undergraduate students in the 1950s. The committee will recommend steps to address its findings and enhance Jewish life on campus.
Jan 13 2022 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Initiatives, Staff, Students
Stanford will host several virtual events celebrating the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., including a documentary film festival, a worship service and the launch of an eight-week course on King’s legacy.
Jan 12 2022 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Initiatives, Staff, Students
Two programs sponsored by VPGE support building intellectual communities and expanding diversity among grad students and postdocs.
Jan 12 2022 | Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences | Posted In: Staff
A conversation with the new faculty director of Stanford’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute
Jan 11 2022 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty
Elizabeth Anne Reese, Yunpoví, the first Native American faculty member at Stanford Law, is working to shatter invisibilities that she says have been “comfortably the status quo” for far too long.

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