Upcoming Events | Ongoing Activities
Update Fall 2012: RSA is looking for active members!Since Fall Quarter 2012, RSA has become inactive because of we don't have enough members who are also currently registered Stanford students. We're looking for students (undergraduate or graduate) who would like to assume leadership! Especially encouraged are new/incoming students. Please contact Adrian Albert (adalbert at stanford.edu) for more details on how you can get involved.
Search for Romanian Stanford Alumni
Ati absolvit Stanfordul si intelegeti acest anunt in romana? Vreti sa ne ajutati sa aratam ca e perfect normal ca romanii sa absolve universitati precum Stanfordul, si in timp sa forjam un network de contacte utile? Trimiteti webmasterului un mail in care precizati anul absolvirii Stanfordului, diploma primita, si cateva cuvinte descriind viata romaneasca la Stanford in timpul studentiei dvs., si veti fi adaugat(a) la lista de absolventi.
Fundraising for educating Romanians in Romania
Romanian Achievement and Development Scholarship (ROADS) is a charitable foundation that provides poor Romanian students with college scholarships using donations of money or of used printer cartridges. If you are on Stanford's campus and you want to donate a used printer cartridge, contact email@example.com to receive a postage-free plastic envelope for it.
Fundraising for educating Romanians abroad
Romanian Education Foundation, established and run by RSA alum members Mihai and Andrei Popovici, is accepting donations towards covering the costs of the ETS tests for admission to Western universities.
We all benefit from an increase in the size of our group: more people at the parties, more events, more diverse networking. To help Romanians who just arrived at Stanford find us, as well as any other Romanians choose Stanford, please add links from your personal websites to RSA, so that we get new visitors through navigation as well as improved search engine ranking. Use relevant words in the link. If you link from an image and do not know CSS, use "title=" inside the "a href=" hyperlink tag. If you link from an image and enjoy CSS, use Stanicek's Cover-up Method. You can use the image in the small logo from the header of this page. If you want something smaller/bigger and want to resize it nicely, use the bank of RSA logos.