Stanford Travel supports travelers and the new booking

International travel for foreign airlines, hotels, or car rentals not available for booking on Stanford Travel Airline ticket reissues or exchanges Visitors or groups of 10 or more going to the

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Travel, health and campus updates for grad students and

May 26, 2021 Message to grad students and postdocs about updates on travel, health & campus activity. As the end of spring quarter approaches, Susie …

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Further updates to the Stanford community regarding COVID

International travel – personal: We strongly recommend against personal travel out of the country. If you do undertake such travel, you must understand there is a …

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Bay Area and Stanford COVID policy updates for

The travel quarantine also applies to students living off campus. This means students who are living off campus should not come to campus during the travel …

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Optional pre-travel testing

Optional pre-travel testing. Dean of Students Mona Hicks and Vaden Health Services Executive Director Jim Jacobs provide information on optional, pre-travel …

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Know before you go: the importance of a medical travel

Travel medicine consultations rarely include any type of physical examination, but note that more extensive assessment, potentially including examination and laboratory testing, is …

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Stanford expert offers advice for international travelers

As summer approaches, many people in the Stanford community are planning international travel. As travel to some parts of the world becomes increasingly unpredictable, travelers need to be more

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The productivity pitfalls of working from home in the age

Nicholas Bloom is widely known for his research showing the benefits of working from home. But in the current coronavirus crisis, the economist fears productivity will plummet.

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Great white sharks migrate thousands of miles across the

How far do great white sharks travel? The map above shows the Pacific Ocean with the west coast of North America in black. Six white sharks were fitted with …

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Message discusses new Santa Clara County directives

Russell Furr, associate vice provost for Environment Health & Safety, details a change for those returning to Santa Clara County from travel outside the …

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Stanford law professor weighs in on Supreme Court’s

(The first travel ban executive order was signed on Jan. 27 and blocked by Jan. 28.) The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said President Trump can prohibit some immigration and agreed to …

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Exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke in outdoor settings a

Tens of thousands of Americans die each year from secondhand tobacco smoke, according to a 2006 report by the U.S. Surgeon General. While the health risks associated with indoor secondhand smoke

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21 Stanford affiliates awarded Fulbright grants Stanford

The Fulbright recipients affiliated with Stanford have been offered the opportunity to travel to 17 countries, including Spain, Indonesia, Taiwan, France, Colombia and Norway to carry out

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Bay Area and Stanford COVID policy updates for graduate

The Bay Area’s 10-day Travel Quarantine. Graduate and professional students are required to quarantine for 10 days if they are arriving from travel …

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Stanford scholars analyze President Trump’s travel ban

The concern that the travel ban affirmatively harms national security continues to apply to the new version. A number of prominent ex-national security officials argued to the Ninth Circuit Court

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Combining light and sound to see underwater Stanford News

An invisible jigsaw puzzle. Enter the Photoacoustic Airborne Sonar System (PASS), which combines light and sound to break through the air-water interface. The idea for it …

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Hard-to-quantify emissions are the next frontier for

Food, travel and goods. Benson’s interest in Scope 3 emissions began more than a decade ago when she had her students evaluate their own …

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European immigrants to America in early 20th century

European immigrants to America during the country's largest migration wave in the late 19th and early 20th centuries had earnings comparable …

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Men and women on the move Stanford News

Underlying these conclusions is a huge and detailed trove of travel data revealing stark differences in the ways men and women among the nomadic Hadza people of Tanzania use space. A …

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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SURVEY OVERVIEW

2 Response Rates (Overall): 20% of the faculty and 30% of the staff responded to the survey. Unit # Rsp. Response Rate Public Affairs 29 59% Business Affairs 417 53% Alumni Association 55 50%

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Stanford research: The meaningful life is a road worth

Stanford research: The meaningful life is a road worth traveling. A Stanford research project explored the key differences between lives of happiness and …

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Seventeen Stanford students and alumni awarded Fulbright

Scott Stevens (BA Literature, ’20) will travel to Japan to study and translate the work of Murano Shiro, a modernist poet who grappled with social upheaval in 20th-century Japan.

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Stanford medical students celebrate Match Day virtually

Traditionally, students begin applying for residencies in the summer before their final year of medical school, then travel nationwide in the fall for interviews. This year, due to the pandemic

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Wireless power could revolutionize highway transportation

The new technology has the potential to dramatically increase the driving range of electric vehicles and eventually transform highway travel, according to the researchers.

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Do snails need their slime trails to move ahead

Vertical vs. horizontal travel. Based on their new measurements, the researchers found that the snails didn't require the special mucus to travel horizontally. The lifting of the snail's foot as

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Makoto Ueda, Stanford Japanese literature professor

Makoto Ueda, Stanford professor emeritus of Japanese in the School of Humanities and Sciences, died Aug. 19. He was 89. Makato Ueda, 1931–2020 (Image credit: Stanford News Service) A …

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Seeing moving objects around corners Stanford News

July 29, 2019 Stanford camera can watch moving objects around corners. By analyzing single particles of light, this camera system can reconstruct room …

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Faculty and students considering traveling during spring

Faculty and students considering going to mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao during spring break are reminded that Stanford has restricted travel as a …

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Stanford engineer’s work helps propel aircraft to

Astronauts on the moon-orbiting Apollo 10 mission hold the current record for fastest human travel, free falling into Earth’s atmosphere at nearly 25,000 mph – more than 30 times faster than

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Stanford classmates take on the Calendar Year Triple Crown

To date, the two have covered nearly 2,500 miles – nearly a third of the roughly 8,000-mile trek, which involves 2.66 million feet of elevation change and travel across 22 states.

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Stanford provides crisis resources 24/7 to international

So does Stanford’s travel assistance provider, International SOS. In addition to a registry, the OIA provides a checklist for international travelers , which recommends beginning the research

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COVID-19 couldn’t stop two Stanford students from saying

Because of restrictions on gatherings and travel, Heravi and Rojas postponed their traditional ceremony but decided to proceed with a much smaller wedding on March 30.

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Vice Provost for Graduate Education Archives

Travel, health and campus updates for grad students and postdocs. As the end of spring quarter approaches, Susie Brubaker-Cole, Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Stacey F. Bent, Vice Provost

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Kai Lai Chung, emeritus math professor, to be remembered

Kai Lai Chung, a renowned specialist in probability, was remembered as an inspirational teacher known for his strong opinions, as well as his love of travel …

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Meet our faculty Stanford News

I had the occasion to travel around and speak publicly as a young teenager, after I won an essay contest for King Day. I only remember small bits of it, but it focused on the various inequities

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A snapshot of a new working-from-home economy Stanford News

Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom discusses the societal impacts of a new “working-from-home economy” and the challenges posed by the massive transition to widespread remote work.

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Future of U.S./Iran relations Stanford News

Iranian threats against Dubai, for example, have the potential to impact millions of people living in that city, which serves as a major trade and air travel hub for Western Asia.

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Stanford Alumni Association honors Abbas Milani with 2017

The Stanford Alumni Association will present the 2017 Richard W. Lyman Award this evening to Abbas Milani, director of the Program in Iranian Studies and a …

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Finding fortitude from the diaries of a man who escaped

2 days ago · These entries inspired Gould IV to travel to the places his great-grandfather wrote about. “It opened up an entirely new world for me, and it inspired me personally to get the sense of

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Office of the Provost Archives

International Travel Policy. An updated policy has been posted regarding international travel. Read More. February 1, 2017. Opening thoughts.

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