Stanford community members shared hundreds of “good things” on a recent poll. The top mentions were relaxing walks, no commutes, cooking fun, time with dogs, getting to know neighbors, gardening and virtual classes.
Stanford has created ConnectSU to help students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars stay connected to each other and to the university’s mission. All are invited to take part in its first quick poll.
With the traditional Admit Weekend festivities canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Undergraduate Admission has gone virtual in its efforts to show admitted students that Stanford is the right place to pursue their higher education aspirations.
Vice Provost for Student Affairs Susie Brubaker-Cole has invited Stanford undergraduates to take a virtual walk with her and her dog, Riva, as a way of creating a connection with a widely dispersed campus community.
With holy days approaching for many religions and with Stanford’s faith communities unable to gather in person, Dean Tiffany Steinwert discusses the Office for Religious Life’s alternate approaches for worship and spiritual growth.