Last summer, I worked at a nonprofit organization in the Bay Area through a Haas Center grant. The grant was called the Spirituality, Service and Social Change fellowship awarded jointly with the Office for Religious Life. The fellowship itself was not explicitly religious, but sought to deepen our service experiences through spiritual reflection in once-a-week…
Stanford Law School (SLS) Dean M. Elizabeth Magill will leave the University in summer 2019 to assume the role of provost at the University of Virginia (UVA), Stanford News reported late last week. Magill will be the first woman to hold the position at UVA, where she earned her law degree in 1995.
Earlier this month, Stanford in Government (SIG) — the Haas Center-affiliated, non-partisan organization that is one of the largest student groups on campus — named economics major Olivia Martin ’19 as its Chair for the 2018-19 school year. The Daily sat down with Martin to discuss her history in SIG, her goals for the organization and its role in Stanford’s political climate.
From the United Nations General Assembly in New York to the Center for Disease Control in Zhejiang, China, Stanford students are leaving their mark on the world through Stanford in Government internships.
Many students must consider financial resources in deciding whether to take a summer internship. The Haas Center offers fellowships and grants to help cover costs for students interested in service, but funds are limited.
The newly-created Knight-Hennessy Scholars program aims to attract talented students from around the world to pursue graduate studies at Stanford, including M.D. and J.D. programs. The scholarship will prioritize candidates who demonstrate excellence in thought, leadership and character.
The Distinguished Careers Institute is entering phase two, where it examines how to expand the program to other higher learning institutions.
The Vice Provost of Graduate Education ‘s (VPGE) Diversity Innovation Funds (DIF) program is accepting applications until Thursday from graduate students interested in planning projects that advance the goal of increasing diversity in the graduate community.