Upon acceptance to our University, we take pride in supporting veterans with their transition from a military life to the classroom. Our student support advisors and academic representatives work closely with all students, including military students, to complete their educational plans, identify potential barriers to success and review resources to overcome those barriers.
Service to School, a nonprofit organization made up of veterans — some of them current Stanford students — has released a free guidebook to help undergraduate veterans find the right college.
Reagan Odhner ’17, plans on using her Stanford degree in economics to change the lives of those in developing countries. This idea didn’t come from a mission trip to the Dominican Republic or even a heart-wrenching book about sub-Saharan Africa, but from the time she spent interacting with Afghan communities while on deployment in the Marine Corps.
Two and a half years after the Faculty Senate invited the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) back to campus in a contentious vote, not much has changed in the daily lives of ROTC students at Stanford. Cadets still have to travel to surrounding campuses for the majority of their training, but they are now able…
In honor of Veterans Day, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Stanford professor David Kennedy ’63 spoke on Monday about the danger posed by the widening gap between civilians and the military in the United States. At the event, which was held at the Clark Center and sponsored by the Stanford Historical Society, Kennedy identified the 1970s…
Only through meeting members of the veteran community can we begin to understand their role in society and see them not as subjects of a political debate but rather as paragons of service.
Members from the Stanford Students for Palestinian Equal Rights (SPER) and others formed a sit-down blockade starting at noon.
Speaking Thursday afternoon at the Cemex Auditorium in the Graduate School of Business (GSB), four-star General Stanley McChrystal said that the United States has struggled to find answers to global and national issues not because the country has gotten lazy or selfish, but because it has continued to apply an outdated model of leadership instead of adapting to the changing times.