Teaching and Students10.17.14
Using first-person narratives, Stanford undergraduates create an interactive tool that shows how forces of global change are manifested locally throughout California.
Over the next six months, crews will salvage furniture inside the building for re-use by university departments, schools and Stanford Surplus Sales. High-reach excavators will begin tearing down Meyer in April 2015.
The director of Vaden Health Center says faculty can play a critical role in supporting the mental health and well-being of students.
Nathan Oliveira's paintings were inspired by kestrels swooping above the Stanford foothills.
This year's Tanner Lectures will be headlined by Danielle Allen, who will discuss confusion over the purposes of education, explore the relationship between education and equality, and propose a path toward "participatory readiness" for students.
Thomas Kailath and Burton Richter have been awarded the nation's highest honor for achievement in the fields of science and engineering.
Under the new program, 20 Stanford undergraduates will live and study in New York City and spend four days a week working in internships related to their interests.
The Thinking Matters program is designed to help students transition from high school to college by introducing them to multidisciplinary scholarship.
Wellness Network at Stanford connects students to mental health and wellness resources and communities of support
The university has developed an online resource directory that aims to provide the Stanford community with easy access to immediate help and more than 150 resources for mental health and well-being.
President John Hennessy and Provost John Etchemendy have issued the following letter to the campus community, providing an update on Stanford's efforts to prevent and respond to sexual violence and calling on all members of the Stanford community to play a role.
President Hennessy welcomed new students and their families to Stanford at Tuesday's Opening Convocation Ceremony.
A dozen Stanford sophomores have designed ways to enrich the lives of the giraffe, lions and kinkajou at the San Francisco Zoo.
Tuesday is "move-in day" and the first day of New Student Orientation for freshmen and transfer students. President John Hennessy will welcome the new students and their families at the 124th Opening Convocation Ceremony.
The digital trove provides access to hundreds of thousands of images related to the history of cars and auto racing. The website expands research opportunities for scholars and students.
Middle and high school students who participated in Stanford's pre-collegiate programs took courses taught by Stanford scholars and enjoyed life on the Farm.