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Jan 7 2020 | Cardinal at Work | Posted In: Dialogue, Initiatives, Staff
The Affordability Task Force (ATF), established in fall 2018 as part of the university’s long-range vision process, is now concluding work to develop recommendations that address some of our regional affordability challenges.
Jan 7 2020 | Cardinal at Work
If you need to take a family leave in 2020 to care for a seriously ill family member or to bond with a new child, Stanford’s Family Temporary Disability (FTD) benefit now includes six weeks of leave at 100% of base pay for benefits-eligible employees.
Jan 7 2020 | Stanford News
When asylum seekers arrive at the United States border, the first step upon arrival is the credible fear interview, a one-hour screening with an immigration official to establish whether there is a “significant possibility” that they suffered persecution or torture in their home country. If they...
Dec 12 2019 | Stanford News
Smith, a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, is now a graduate student at Oxford studying socio-legal research. She has kept abreast of the changes that resulted from her leadership and that of other members of the Stanford Native American community. As a junior in 2018, Smith was awarded a...
Dec 12 2019 | Stanford News | Posted In: Announcements, Awards, Initiatives, Students
Among those credited with leading and sustaining the effort proposed by Native American students to rename landmarks honoring Junipero Serra is Carson Smith, now a graduate student at Oxford. She reflects on lessons learned about ameliorating the pain inflicted by California’s mission system.

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