After receiving lower than expected interest from seniors last year, Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) is continuing to encourage seniors and juniors to work on a Senior Synthesis grant.
UAR provides returning students resources to best transition back onto campus.
In an effort to address the demands of a growing undergraduate population, Undergraduate Advising and Research hired four new academic directors this past spring.
The 43 students participating in UAR’s freshman focus groups eviewed the utility of the Approaching Stanford handbook, New Student Orientation (NSO) and the pre-major advisor (PMA) and academic director (AD) programs.
Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR) will add two new academic directors and recruit more pre-major advisors (PMA) in upcoming years in accordance with the suggestions of the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford (SUES), according to Kirsti Copeland, director of residentially based advising.