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New back-up child, elder care plan for faculty, clinicians

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Stanford has introduced a new back-up child care and elder care program designed to help faculty, including clinician educators, quickly find alternative care when regular caregivers are not available. The program, launched today, will be offered for three years as a pilot project.

Otis Pease, historian, author and trustee, dies at 85

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Popular teacher and historian Otis Pease put his principles into practice: He received a Purple Heart in the Battle of the Bulge, was a volunteer teacher for Mississippi's "Freedom Summer" of 1964 and tackled controversy as a member of Stanford's Board of Trustees.

Center for race and ethnicity announces fellows for 2010-11

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The Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity has announced its fellows for 2010-11. They include scholars from other universities as well as Stanford graduate students working on their dissertations or serving as teaching assistants and one newly admitted doctoral student.

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  • Emergency drill is Oct. 7: Members of the university community are reminded that, on Oct. 7, they will be asked to duck, cover, hold and then gather at emergency assembly points as part of a campus-wide evacuation drill. Unsure of your assembly point? Check out the assembly point website.
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ELIZABETH MITCHELL to join Cantor Arts Center as curator of drawings, prints and photographs . . .

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