More than 100 works of art from the Cantor Arts Center have been made available online for in-depth public viewing through a new partnership between the Center and the Google Art Project.
Concerns have been raised that some Volunteer Student Organizations — all of which are supposed to be broadly accessible to students — have become too selective.
The Bing Stanford in Washington Program (SIW) will offer a new track focused on visual arts, arts administration and theater and performance starting in winter quarter of 2014.
Employers interested in participating in the program can choose one of three membership levels: a “Platinum Partner” company, which pays $10,000 a year receives the ability to send unlimited emails to targeted Stanford students and alumni, among other benefits.
Wheelz, buoyed by success in California, looks to expand nationally thanks to substantial financial backing.
Alternative Spring Break (ASB) had to allow second-round applications for 13 of 18 trips this year as the program has seen a dramatic drop-off in interest in its 26th year.
The Program in International Relations (IR) revised its major requirements to allow for area specialization this academic year.
Although Stanford’s recent foray into online education has been met with praise from both faculty and students alike, faculty have raised concerns surrounding intellectual property rights in this space.