The Muslims and Mental Health Lab, founded in 2014, is the first and only of its kind in the nation and works to reduce stigma surrounding mental health, lack of health care providers specific to Muslim communities and lack of access to care.
Generally expected to pursue careers in academia, some Ph.D. students are now bucking tradition and going into industry upon graduation, taking jobs at tech companies in Silicon Valley.
TAPS 21N: “The Idea of Virtual Reality” is an all-freshman introductory seminar that allows students to engage with the impact of one of the newest innovations of our time: virtual reality.
Stanford has announced that, due to low enrollment, it will be indefinitely suspending its undergraduate overseas studies program in Beijing at the end of the 2016-2017 academic year.
Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE) is again offering the Cook Smart Program; a free 9-week, hands-on cooking course open by application to all Stanford undergraduate and graduate students.
Stanford’s American Studies Program is giving students the chance to voice their opinions on the 2016 Nobel Laureate in Literature by sponsoring an essay contest on “The Significance of Bob Dylan.”
Chinese and Japanese majors and minors will be consolidated into one East Asian studies major and minor program that gives undergraduates the option of choosing from three subplans: China, Japan or Korea.