Teaching & Students

News articles classified as Teaching & Students

Stanford Graduate School of Education —

What ChatGPT means for education

Faculty from the Stanford Accelerator for Learning discuss how the new chatbot could change teaching and learning.

Stanford Report —

Underwater Stanford scientists investigate the kelp forests

A five-week course tests the mental and physical limitations of six up-and-coming scientific divers as they learn about the ecology and conservation of kelp forest communities through subtidal techniques.

Stanford Report —

Digital solution for kids with cerebral palsy

Stanford medical student Blynn Shideler created a wearable device for children with cerebral palsy that could provide therapy for young patients everywhere.

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Stepping out of his comfort zone and into the world of dance

Gaurab Banerjee, a leader in Stanford’s social dance community and a member of the Axe Committee, graduates with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science. He plans to work in the artificial intelligence industry and later in community development.

Stanford Report —

Building communities centered on care and learning

Alex Bradfield, who grew up in Louisville, Colorado, graduates with a bachelor’s degree in bioengineering and a minor in education. After working at Stanford Sierra Camp this summer, he plans to pursue a career in STEM, and later, become a high school teacher.

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Aiming for space, with eyes on a more inclusive home planet

Mary Cooper, who grew up in a military family, graduates with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering and computer science. After a summer working at SpaceX and a semester of study at Oxford, she’ll return to earn a master’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering.

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A passion for international understanding

In her first quarter at Stanford, Maya Guzdar decided to sign up for a Mandarin Chinese class. After graduating, she’ll begin a master’s program in Beijing.