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Stanford announces 2020 Cuthbertson, Dinkelspiel and Gores awards

Stanford has announced the winners of the 2020 university awards honoring faculty, students and staff for exceptional service, for distinctive contributions to undergraduate education and for excellence in teaching. Prior to the announcement, President Marc Tessier-Lavigne personally congratulated each of the nine winners during phone or video calls. The process of selecting the winners of …

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The Stanford campus in the rain

Photographer Andrew Brodhead wandered through the Stanford campus during a rainy winter day. His photographs reflect the relative emptiness of our campus because of the continuing pandemic, but also the beauty of the iconic buildings and sculptures reflected in rain puddles.

Barbara Voss

In the discipline of archaeology, harassment is occurring at ‘epidemic rates,’ says Stanford scholar

In the discipline of archaeology, harassment is widespread, with archaeologists of color, LGBTQIA+ researchers and scholars with disabilities reporting abuse at much higher rates, according to research presented by Stanford archaeologist Barbara Voss. In two peer-reviewed articles published in the journal American Antiquity, considered archaeology’s most prominent academic journal, Voss examines how from the 1800s to the present …

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Stanford’s Jeffrey Ullman receives ACM Turing Award

The Association of Computer Machinery (ACM) has announced that Jeffrey Ullman, Stanford W. Ascherman Professor of Computer Science, Emeritus, at Stanford University, has been named co-recipient of the 2020 A.M. Turing Award, deemed by many to be the equivalent of the “Nobel Prize” of computing. The Turing Award recognizes profound impact on the field of computer …

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Using Clinical Text to Combat Selection Bias in Medical Research

Patients diagnosed with cancer must often choose between several treatment options, such as surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation. And they expect their clinicians to recommend the option that offers the greatest likelihood of survival – or the best quality of life. To provide that advice, clinicians turn to research that compares various treatments’ success. Some of …

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