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Feb. 10, 2012

Photo: Student reps at the Faculty Senate meeting Feb. 9

Student leaders voice range of issues with Faculty Senate

For some students, the prospect of approaching professors can be daunting, but with some "tweaking" the experience could be improved, especially for freshmen and sophomores, a student leader told the Faculty Senate yesterday.

Photo: Cartoon drawing of Dr. Septris

Stanford develops game for teaching sepsis treatment

A new Web-based medical game called Septris was created by a team of Stanford physicians, researchers and education technology experts to teach clinicians about treating the deadly complications from sepsis infection. Try it.

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Nussbaum: Humanities, arts cuts endanger democracy

From the U.S. to India and the U.K., the humanities and arts are being cut at all levels of education. This trend may create a generation ill equipped to participate in a democratic society, philosopher Martha Nussbaum said in a recent campus talk.

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