Monday’s event, the seventh in the series, specifically focused on the state of military technological innovation in the United States and China.
On Wednesday night, former Provost John Etchemendy Ph.D. ’82 joined former Dean for the School of Education Claude Steele and Vice President of Diversity, Integrity and Governance in Google’s People Operations Danielle Brown to discuss the challenges of balancing free speech with inclusion during the last Cardinal Conversations event of the year, entitled “When Free…
On Wednesday evening, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, physician and assistant medical professor Siddhartha Mukherjee ’93 delivered the 2018 Presidential Lecture in the Humanities and Arts, discussing the effects and challenges of modern medicine, including genomics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cancer therapeutics. The event, funded by the President’s office,co-hosted by the School of Humanities and Sciences and the Cantor Arts Center, aims to bring distinguished scholars, artists and critics to speak on campus.
Whether Stanford students are not as averse to dating as often postulated or are simply procrastinating the week nine workload, the survey has proven popular amongst undergraduates, with over 3,000 students submitting responses within the first 4 days.