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Red Stanford seal
June 20, 2017
Dear Members of the Campus Community, As you undoubtedly know, high temperatures are forecast for the rest of this week in the Bay Area, particularly on Thursday. We greatly appreciate your patience with the challenges of working during these uncomfortable days. Here is additional information to...
landscape photo showing rock formations and the sun's rays showing through a cloudy sky in Pinnacles National Park
June 19, 2017 | Posted In: Retirement
What are you doing this summer? We’re holding a photo contest through September 15 and will announce the winners in several categories in October. Last summer's retiree photo contest showed us you not only have fun summer adventures, you can take great photos! Prizes vary, selected from Stanford-...
Colorful square with words of recognition: "Good job"
May 25, 2017 | Posted In: Manage & Lead
Do you remember the last time you were recognized for your work? How did it make you feel? For most, whether it is public shout out or a personal note of thanks, being recognized goes a long way. Whether you are a manager of a team or project, or an individual contributor, everyone needs to feel...
Photo from the groundbreaking ceremony
May 18, 2017 | Posted In: Stanford Redwood City
University leaders, Redwood City elected officials and community representatives celebrate construction of the new Stanford Redwood City campus.
Summer beach accessories: hat, sunglasses, shells, towel, etc.
May 18, 2017 | Posted In: Retirement
We’re holding a haiku poetry contest with the perfect topic—summer! Submit one or two original creations of haikus by June 26. Open to official retirees and emeriti. About Haikus Haikus are three lines that don’t typically rhyme (but you can, if you’re that clever). Haiku poems have five syllables...

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