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Apr 29 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, Staff, Students
Although members of Talisman are at home this quarter, that didn’t stop the a cappella group from coming together for a special performance of “Amazing Grace.”
Apr 24 2020 | Stanford Graduate School of Education | Posted In: Dialogue, Faculty, Research, Students
The scientific novelty that underrepresented genders and races introduce gets devalued and discounted. We think it has to do with social structures and the dominant role of majority groups—in most cases, white men—in how scientific problems are framed and understood. Science is a communal effort,...
Apr 24 2020 | Stanford GSE News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Research
A new analysis by Stanford researchers shows that while diversity breeds innovation in academia, diverse perspectives and ideas aren't rewarded.
Apr 23 2020 | Stanford Graduate School of Business | Posted In: Dialogue, Faculty, Students
Infectious diseases such as COVID-19 trigger both disgust and fear. Combined, those can trigger a misguided search for a scapegoat.
Apr 21 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Dialogue, Faculty, Students
Lynne Zummo, PhD ’20, talks about why students’ politics matter in the science classroom.

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