Science in the Making: Integrated Learning Environment (SIMILE) and Immersion in the Arts: Living in Culture (ITALIC), two pilot integrated learning environment programs for freshmen, are nearing the end of their first quarter with mixed reviews from students and faculty.
Stanford will launch two new yearlong residential programs for freshmen, modeled off of the well-reviewed Structure Liberal Education (SLE) curriculum, next fall.
Drama Professor Janice Ross will receive the 2011 Miriam Aaron Roland Volunteer Service Prize in May. Ross created “Dance in Prisons in America: The Arts, Juvenile Justice and Rehabilitation” a decade ago, giving Stanford students the opportunity to teach dance to incarcerated teens at juvenile halls in the area.
Janice Ross M.A. ’75 Ph.D. ‘98, a veteran of the Haas Center for Public Service, spoke on Wednesday evening as part of the Miriam and Peter E. Haas Centennial Professorship Lecture Series on Public service.