Coming in as a freshman, Andrew Vogeley had lots of questions, both about Stanford and college life in general. Some of them were answered over the course of the fall; others were not. Here are the top 10 things I learned in my first 10 weeks on the Farm.
Nadeem Hussain ‘90, dean of Freshman-Sophomore College (FroSoCo) and associate professor of philosophy, was recently appointed the senior associate vice provost of residential affairs where he will coordinate programming in undergraduate residences.
The Daily sat down with Hussain to discuss future plans and goals for Stanford’s residential program.
In an effort to address the demands of a growing undergraduate population, Undergraduate Advising and Research hired four new academic directors this past spring.
Preliminary results from an ongoing study conducted by Ellen Woods, associate vice provost for Undergraduate Education, have determined that 70 percent of the current sophomore class has been enrolled in either an Introductory Seminar or a September Studies course — whether Sophomore College or Arts Intensive — since beginning at Stanford.
A large tree near Freshman-Sophomore College, the undergraduate dorm on Santa Teresa Street, fell early the morning of Dec. 19 during a storm that brought wind gusts of more than 40 mph. The tree damaged three rooms in Schiff, the building that houses half of FroSoCo’s 180 residents