This report covers a selection of incidents from July 27 to Aug. 8 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety bulletin.
Social psychologist and professor emeritus of psychology Philip Zimbardo, world renowned for the Stanford Prison Experiment, has gifted an extensive set of files, tapes and paraphernalia to the Stanford University Archives.
This report covers a selection of incidents from July 27 to August 2 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety bulletin.
A local collaborative initiative to which Stanford is a contributor is asking residents of homes and schools along the Hayward Fault to install earthquake-sensing devices that will create the “Quake-Catcher Network” (QCN) to monitor seismic activity.
A School of Medicine study on the men’s basketball team published in this month’s issue of Sleep concluded that sleep extension — an increase in the time spent sleeping over baseline amounts — leads to improved athletic performance.
Graduate School of Business (GSB) professor emeritus Gerald Meier J.D. ’66, an early expert in development economics and advocate for attention to developing countries, died June 21 from complications related to a malignant brain tumor. He was 88.