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Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

Sharon Du selected as a 2022 James C. Gaither Junior Fellow

Each year hundreds of colleges and universities put forward nominees to the national fellowship program, which offers graduating seniors or recent graduates the opportunity to work as a research assistant for Carnegie’s senior scholars in Washington, D.C. Du has been selected for Carnegie’s Asia Program, focusing on China-U.S. relations.

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Stanford undergrads awarded Firestone and Golden Medals and Kennedy Thesis Prizes

Students from 27 undergraduate departmental and interdisciplinary honors programs were recently selected for the 2022 Firestone and Golden medals and the Kennedy Honors Thesis prizes.

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Stanford’s Oral Communication program marks 25 years

The program, which has become a valuable resource for Stanford students and faculty across fields, celebrated the milestone at an event on May 12.

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CTL’s Academic Coaching program builds capacity for student support

The Academic Coaching program is helping students find the support they need to meet the challenges of learning at Stanford while navigating the uncertainty and stress of the pandemic.

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Leland Scholars Program expands

Recent gifts to the Leland Scholars Program, including $1 million in alumni and parent support through the Stanford Fund, will undergird the program’s expansion for the next several years.

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Stanford welcomes new director of Center for Teaching and Learning

CTL’s new director, Cassandra Volpe Horii, will work closely with faculty and staff across campus to foster best practices in teaching and learning at Stanford.

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Hume Center celebrates 20 years

What began as a resource for frosh in a campus basement two decades ago is now a major campus center serving thousands of Stanford students and other campus affiliates each year looking to improve their writing and oral communication.

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You belong here: a message for students on the DEI Survey results

The vice provosts for student affairs, undergraduate education, and graduate education and doctoral affairs respond to the IDEAL Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Survey results.

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How you can apply lessons learned during the pandemic to your future

Dean of Academic Advising Louis Newman offers advice to Stanford undergraduates on applying the lessons learned during the pandemic to the academic and life choices ahead.

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Notation in Cultural Rhetorics program event Nov. 5

A panel discussion, “Dimensions of Mexican American Rhetoric,” featuring three prominent scholars in the field, kicks off the new Notation in Cultural Rhetorics program within the Program in Writing & Rhetoric. The new program emphasizes the rhetorical traditions and practices of communities of color and examines how race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality bear on rhetorical production and reception.

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