Welcome! We are the Education and Society Theme (EAST) House (directions here). We seek to establish the salience of education and the relationship between education and society on Stanford campus through outreach to undergraduates and residential-based programming.
As the academic component to the Education and Society Theme (EAST) House, this lecture series introduces students to the issues and debates around current topics related to education and society as they relate to men and masculinities. With an understanding of these issues, students organize into small groups based around these or other issues of their choosing to develop “Plans of Action” to remedy some educational problem.
In the final weeks of the seminar, the groups present their ideas to the rest of the class.
Come discuss the latest issues, debates, and research in the field of Education with faculty and other leading scholars from around Stanford!
Open to all all students, lunch included.
Fridays, 12 - 1PM, staring September 26th.
EAST House Dining Room (554 Governor's Ave).
Enroll on Axess by September 23rd.
Wish people talked more openly about race at Stanford? Feel uncomfortable trying to? Author and former admissions officer Glenn Singleton MA ‘93 will train us in his method and facilitate discussion of issues in the Stanford community--so we can make these discussions more common, comfortable and productive for everyone.
Thursday April 24th
For those who attended his first talk, the organizers suggest that attending just the second hour from 8pm-9pm.
Other questions? Contact Emma Hartung.
Come learn about and discuss perspectives and experiences of what the Singapore education experience is like - with the people here who know it so well!
The GSE's Singaporean M.A. students are educators who have held diverse positions: school leader, department chairs, staff developer, education policy planners and curriculum planners. They are excited to share their viewpoints from diverse areas at this special event.