Vice Provost for University Libraries and University Press Michael Keller is transitioning from an interim to full-time position as Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, effective immediately, according to a recent announcement by Provost Persis Drell.
After widespread criticism from graduate students on dining hall restrictions, Residential and Dining Enterprises (R&DE) announced Friday night that Ricker Dining is now open to graduate students from 7-8:30 p.m. following High Performance Education (HPE) dinner.
The status of Stanford’s introductory course on disability studies has been resolved following a successful campaign led by the Stanford Disability Initiative.
The future of Stanford’s introductory course on disability studies–offered for the first time last fall– remains uncertain, following the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education’s (VPUE) commitment to fund the course for another year on the condition that a single department support it.
“Undergraduate Research: Resources and opportunities abound at Stanford, giving you the chance to turn the questions that kept you up last night into the way the world will live and think tomorrow.” Posted on the admissions site, this is the perfect statement to appeal to the Stanford-esque desire to positively impact the world before turning…
A letter from the community asking for the university to preserve the Introduction to Disabilities Studies course.
The Mentor A Peer program, offered through VPUE, gives upperclassmen the opportunity to share their Stanford experiences with underclassmen.
Following a naming gift from the Ng family, the Humanities House was renamed Ng House in June. The Ng family are parents of current Stanford students who have otherwise chosen to keep their identity private.