Advising Program Kick-off

By Advising Program

On Oct. 25, Department of Advising Program hosts this quarter’s first kick-off event to introduce 7 advising faculty members to our students and let them talk closed on hot topics of study and living at Stanford.

After Tao Xu, VP of Advising Program Department, gives the introduction, Prof. Tien-Wen Wiedmann from Medical School then gives a short talk introducing history of the advising program and how it helps student getting through the hard time with several examples.  Then, Prof. Yiqun Zhou (Asian Languages), Prof. Philip Wong (Electrical Engineering), Prof. Ching Wang (Neurology), Prof. Jun Li (Math), Prof. Han Hong (Economics) and Prof. Jie Wang (Civil and Environmental Engineering) all give self-introduction and interesting short talks regarding their suggestion on Stanford life.  The 2nd half of this event is a rotation talk for the purpose to let every student meet as much advising faculty members.

There are all together about 50 Chinese students and scholars take part in this event, most in their first year at Stanford.  They all think it is worth going and looking forward to next event.

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For more event information or suggestion, please contact acsss-advising_at_lists.stanford.edu

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