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Stanford Report

Oct. 5, 2012

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Safety report offers tips for emergency prep, crime info

Most of Stanford's 2012 Safety, Security & Fire Report is devoted to promoting personal safety, protecting personal property and preventing crime. Four pages of the 87-page report present statistics on campus crimes.

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Scholar discusses challenges to clean and fair elections

Political scientist Stephen Stedman just wrapped up his work as director of the Global Commission on Elections, Democracy and Security, which spent almost two years reviewing the integrity of elections worldwide. He discusses the group's report in a Q&A.

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Using innovation to win new customers, influence people

Often, we think of innovation as building new products and services based on the latest technology, says Business School Professor Hayagreeva Rao. But customer-focused innovation can be about offering products or services that delight, or removing things that drive clients away.

Campus Announcements

  • Election 2012 website: With Election Day a little more than a month away, political debates are raging about issues ranging from the economy to health care to what to do about the Middle East. To get Stanford scholars' expert analysis on election-year politics and the issues shaping the debate, visit the Stanford News Service's Election 2012 website.
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Stanford scholar wins prestigious PANOFSKY PRIZE for dark matter research . . .

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