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Professor David Cohen awarded Roland Volunteer Service Prize

Stanford Professor David Cohen, who directs the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice, has been awarded the 2021 Miriam Aaron Roland Volunteer Service Prize for involving students in integrating academic scholarship with service to society.

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Stanford suspends BOSP summer quarter programs in 11 locations

Stanford has announced plans to suspend 11 Bing Overseas Studies Program Summer Quarter 2020-21 study away programs. The viability of summer study abroad programs in Oxford and Santiago remain under review through early May.

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Collaboration to diversify STEM postdocs

A collaboration of top research institutions has received NSF support for a program aimed at strengthening retention of diverse scholars during and beyond the postdoc, thereby enhancing faculty diversity.

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Find a buddy to support you through the academic quarter

The Center for Teaching and Learning is launching an accountability partnership program for undergraduate, graduate and professional students to connect students with similar academic goals so you can support one another throughout the quarter.

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Clayborne Carson reflects on a life spent studying civil rights and Martin Luther King Jr.

Debuting at a campus virtual event, this video tribute to history Professor Clayborne Carson celebrates a life spent studying Martin Luther King Jr. and the movements King inspired.

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Academic advisors offer guidance to undergrads for winter quarter planning

The team in the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education's Office of Academic Advising has been integral in helping students navigate the academic and personal challenges brought about by the pandemic. In a Q&A, the team aims to help all undergrads -- regardless of where they are in their Stanford Journey -- to consider their enrollment plans for Winter Quarter and beyond.

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