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Student mental health takes center stage at senate meeting

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Dr. Peter Kao, left, associate professor of pulmonary and critical care medicine, was one of the presenters during a discussion of student mental health at Thursday's Faculty Senate meeting. The senate also got an update on the Graduate School of Business from its Dean Garth Saloner.

Staying alert: Police chief Wilson talks about campus safety

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In a recent interview with Stanford Report's Kathleen Sullivan, Laura Wilson, who has been the university's chief of police since 2002, talked about how the Department of Public Safety advises the community about crime and its efforts to teach everyone how to ensure safety on the Farm.

The humanities in America – an endangered species?

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In a world that is becoming more fast-paced and technological, the humanities are under fire to defend their time-honored centrality in Western culture and education. In the world of iPhone apps and tweets, is there a role for the slow-cooked thoughts of the humanities?

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  • Applications available for the Community-Based Research Fellows Program: The Community-Based Research Fellows Program, administered by the Haas Center for Public Service, supports teams of faculty, students and community partners in conducting research that addresses community-identified needs. Student fellows receive summer stipends or are paid as researchers during the academic year. Students and community partners are encouraged to contribute to the application writing process, but the faculty fellow is required to complete the application and submit it by Tuesday, March 1. For more information, contact Virginia Visconti.
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