As part of a three-part series on Stanford’s Guggenheim fellows, meet law and history professor Amalia Kessler and political science professor Jonathan Rodden.
For professors who enjoy teaching in an interactive manner, the students projected on the monitor can make it feel like they're lecturing in a real classroom.
The new program hopes to redefine frosh community and communication through themed quarters and discussion-based courses.
Instructors from a variety of disciplines — including genetics and pediatrics — have created courses to allow students to learn more about the current pandemic.
“While I’m grateful for the experience I had during fall, I didn’t feel like a Stanford student,” said one frosh.
Here are some ‘underrated classes’ that students have taken and loved, ranging from small introsems to lectures with hundreds of students, writes Hannah Basali.
Provost Persis Drell applauded Stanford’s low prevalence rates, despite the surge in cases being seen “in some other places,” in a Monday message to students.
The leaders shared their personal passions for student government and their plans for serving the Stanford community in a virtual environment.