Many Stanford lecture courses are well-taught, but too many fail to provide the quality of teaching and support we’d hope for from institution so blessed with resources and talent.
Math 79SI: “Proof Positive: Principles of Mathematics” is a new student-initiated class that introduces students to basic mathematical proof-writing techniques.
After a four-year hiatus, the Stanford Undergraduate Mathematical Organization (SUMO) has brought back the Stanford Math Tournament (SMT), its annual math tournament for high school students.
Faculty research presented at the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering’s annual Xpo ranged widely in application, from improving solar energy to understanding genetic disorders.
The traditional approach to developing special energy storage materials involves trial-and-error; the process is time-intensive and uncertain. Stanford scientists’ research can be applied to design new materials.
In this edition of Glam Grads, The Daily talked with Josh Alman, a Ph.D. student in theoretical computer science.
Researchers at the Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) have discovered new, more successful classroom methods to teach negative numbers to children using symmetry.
The new methods developed by Stanford professor of education Jo Boaler may revolutionize the learning process for students who have difficulty understanding math.