Impactful public service projects and an increasingly diverse network of scholars are among the highlights of the first years of the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program, which supports Stanford graduate students and strengthens their leadership skills.
The Stanford Redwood City Sequoia School Mental Health Collaborative was established in 2020 as a research-practice partnership to support the Redwood City and Sequoia Union High School Districts in building capacity to understand and address the critical mental health needs of thousands of area students and their families.
Stanford celebrates the pioneering spirit that has been part of the university’s legacy since its inception, with a look at women who made history in medicine, math, athletics, business, law, economics, administration, public service and space.
Students in Second-Year Spanish: Cultural Emphasis sharpened their skills by translating the stories of 26 remarkable women's lives, making a PBS documentary series accessible for Spanish speakers in time for Women's History Month.
The Faculty Senate heard from Hoover Institution Director Condoleezza Rice about ways Hoover is increasing collaborations with the university. Among other orders of business, the senate voted to approve a recommendation from the Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policy.
The pre-med computational biology major from Bethesda, Maryland, competes this week in the semifinals of the Jeopardy College Championship. Catch his episode Thursday, Feb. 17, at 8 p.m./7 p.m. Central on ABC.
Historical graphic novels can provide students a nuanced perspective into complex subjects in ways that are difficult, and sometimes impossible, to characterize in conventional writing and media, says Stanford historian Tom Mullaney.