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Feb 19 2021 | Stanford Business Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
Among the many devastating impacts of the coronavirus pandemic is the stark fact that working women have been disproportionately affected — with four times more women than men being pushed out of the labor force, according to one survey. As the pandemic erodes women’s progress in the workforce,...
Feb 17 2021 | Stanford News Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
Despite being one of the world’s most charismatic species, tigers face uncertain futures primarily due to habitat fragmentation, human-wildlife conflict and poaching. As global tiger populations decline, so does their genetic diversity. But until now it’s been unclear how the animals’ dwindling...
Feb 16 2021 | Stanford Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
Babies who are born early are likely to face adverse neurocognitive and behavioral outcomes as they go from kindergarten through high school, according to new Stanford research. A full-term birth is typically between 37 and 42 weeks of pregnancy, but births between 32 and 36 weeks are considered...
Feb 16 2021 | Newsletter Events, Newsletter, Students, VPGE
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Feb 10 2021 | Stanford Today Fellow, Research, Stanford, Students
Dear Stanford community, Black History Month is a time to celebrate the many accomplishments of African Americans and recognize their central role in U.S. history, as well as a time to shine a light on the story of the larger Black diaspora. Since 1976, every American president has designated...

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