Zerlina Maxwell, the director of progressive programming for SiriusXM and former director of progressive media for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, visited Stanford last week. The Daily spoke with Maxwell about her views on the pervasiveness of rape culture and the need for consent education.
On Nov, 6, Stanford’s Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research will be hosting an event to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
For Fishkin and other women in academia, however, balancing work and family life is an act that extends far beyond accruing degrees.
Today, about 20 percent of Stanford’s research is conducted in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary programs. Such programs cross the hard and fast boundaries that traditionally defined academic disciplines. The transition is not about breaking walls, but rather about building bridges for interdisciplinary dialogue.
Wash the clothes, or profile the chemical compositions of the bacteria they contain?