This “flipped classroom” approach of teaching is part of the newly formed Stanford Medical Interactive Learning Initiatives (SMILI), which emphasizes interactive learning through technology and supports faculty who are interested in developing new strategies to improve their effectiveness in classrooms as teachers.
The Stanford Flu Crew, a collaborative effort between medical students from the School of Medicine and undergraduate volunteers, began offering free flu vaccinations to Stanford students, faculty, staff and employees on Wednesday.
Cardinal Compass, a new online tool for freshmen released by the office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE), reached 17,000 page views since its launch on Aug. 1 despite some freshmen arguing that the site’s offerings are too broad.
Robert Urstein will begin his first day as Stanford’s new dean of freshmen and undergraduate advising next Monday, taking the place of Julie Lythcott-Haims ’89, who stepped down from the position in June
Since 1977, ALC has offered international undergraduate and graduate students from Asian universities the opportunity to live the American college life by taking summer courses led by Stanford student coordinators.