Teaching and Students2.25.15
Dozens of activities are planned for the 3,800 family members who are expected to visit campus during the two-day event.
Ten Stanford undergraduates described President Barack Obama as personable and genuine as he discussed a wide range of global interests with them during a recent private meeting on campus.
Physics Professor Sarah Church, chair of the Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policies, and physics Professor Peter Michelson, chair of the Committee on Research, presented proposals to the Faculty Senate yesterday.
The two Stanford students are among the 40 Americans awarded 2015 scholarships to pursue full-time graduate studies at the University of Cambridge in England.
Stanford trustees approve undergraduate tuition, reaffirm financial aid commitment for 2015-16 school year
Under Stanford's financial aid program, parents with incomes below $100,000 pay no tuition, and those with incomes below $60,000 pay no tuition or room and board charges.
Stanford Symphony Orchestra blends sight and sound with a production of Gustav Holst's The Planets at Bing Concert Hall. The production is part of Imagining the Universe, a collaborative year-long project of the Stanford Arts Institute.
Faculty mentors introduce students to the rigors of academic research in every field from engineering to the humanities.
When Meyer is gone, Stanford will create a landscaped open space on the site, with walkways, benches and gentle slopes surrounded by trees.
What would you ask Tony Award-winning choreographer Bill T. Jones? Stanford students get their chance, twice
Jones and his dance company perform on campus and the choreographer carves out time to engage with students in writing before his visit and in person once he arrives.
Engel, a veteran war correspondent and Stanford alumnus who has covered international events for nearly two decades, will deliver the 124th Commencement address. Vernon Jordan, a civil rights leader and former adviser to President Bill Clinton, will be the Baccalaureate speaker.
William Maloney, professor of orthopaedic surgery, told the Faculty Senate on Thursday that while concussions are a problem in football, they also are a big concern in other sports, including soccer, water polo and club sports, involving both male and female players. University Architect David Lenox gave a report on new buildings on campus and those under construction.
Sophie E. Miller, a chemical engineering major at Stanford, is one of 14 Americans "of exceptional ability and outstanding achievement" who have been awarded Churchill Scholarships to study at the University of Cambridge in England for one year.
The program is designed to teach students hands-on cooking skills and educate them about building healthy eating habits.
Veteran writing instructors and undergraduate student artists teamed up to create a new public online course focused on teaching key strategies for effective writing.
As the year draws to a close, Stanford singers prepare for holiday concerts while around campus, students take a break from studying to enjoy some holiday traditions.