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“If Stanford respected, acknowledged, protected, and fairly compensated EVERYONE who makes the university possible (with cleaning staff literally being the most important to any chance of re-opening) then there would be no need for fundraising at all,” Sarah Goodman ’20, a member of SWR who works on the fundraiser distribution side, wrote in an email to The Daily. “This is not an unavoidable COVID impact. It’s a university policy choice.”
Applicants to the physics department will no longer be required to submit scores for either the general Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) or the GRE subject test in physics and programs at the GSB are accepting scores for online versions of standardized tests and are conducting interviews virtually.
Having worked as a clinical researcher at Fred Hutch in Seattle from 1977 until his retirement last year, John Hansen M.D. '70 is best known for his contributions in advancing bone marrow transplant research, which has had a significant impact on the treatment of immune diseases such as leukemia and lymphoma.
The panelists praised Silicon Valley for its meritocratic structure, but they also said the Valley has failed to maintain sufficient infrastructure, public education and affordable housing.
While the blockage may present an inconvenience for pedestrians who previously travelled the passage between the bookstore and post office in large groups, the work is a step forward for the larger District Work Centers (DWCs) project occurring across campus.