Last Wednesday evening, the Graduate Student Council (GSC) denied funding for an event hosted by the Stanford Anscombe Society (SAS) following community outcry over alleged “anti-LGBT” content.
Stanford Ignite, a program offered by the Graduate School of Business’ Global Innovation Program, is now opening up to a wider range of participants, encouraging both Silicon Valley community members and humanities graduate students to join its cohort this summer.
The Bing Stanford in Washington (SIW) program’s new arts track, offered for the first time this quarter, has built on existing offerings while offering the potential for further expansions in scope in the future, according to involved faculty and administrators.
The Green Living Council (GLC) recently began a composting program within several undergraduate residences, providing compost bins in kitchenette areas as well as Ziploc-sized re-sealable bags for each resident to keep in their rooms.
This spring break, the Career Development Center (CDC) will offer a new career-exploration program focused on art and art administration that will offer participating students exposure to the San Francisco art scene for a day.
Pat Hanrahan, professor of computer science and co-founder of Tableau Software, was awarded Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ annual Scientific and Technical Awards Presentation for the third time in his career.