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Arts Intensive at the Product Realization Lab

A look into the Product Realization Lab at Stanford with Mechanical Engineering professor David Beach. Many of the students creating here are taking the Arts Intensive course Voluminous Design, taught by Amanda Sather and Sara Shaughnessy. Video by Trever Tachis.

Engage with Faculty

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Resources for Engaging with Faculty

Japangen 82N with Yoshiko Matsumoto.

The Psychology of Xenophobia

In The Psychology of Xenophobia, a Cardinal Course with Dr. Rania Awaad, students explore the historical implications of Islamophobia and its modern-day impact on the global refugee crisis. Students are introduced to the stigma that surrounds mental health in general and minority communities in particular.

Arts Intensive, Leland Scholars, and Sophomore College

Options for studying in September
The Expressive Vessel, Arts Intensive.

3 weeks in September, 2 units of credit and most courses fulfill the Creative Expression Ways Requirement. All Arts Intensive Courses invite students to dive deep into a particular art form.
LSP students at community center.

The Leland Scholars Program (LSP) was created to facilitate the transition to college for incoming Stanford frosh who may be the first in their families to attend college, low-income backgrounds, or attended under-resourced high schools.
Life in the Zoo: Behavior, Welfare, and Enrichment, 2019.

Sophomore College is a three-week residential summer program during which rising sophomores in seminars of 12 students engage in intense academic exploration. 
Undergrad Events and Deadlines
Feb 9

Honors Writing Boot Camps

Hume Center, Bldg 250 #106
Hume Center Honors Thesis Boot Camps run every Sunday, 2-6 PM, through May 17th. We provide you鸿运彩票下载网址 with a quiet space to get motivated. You show up ready to write. A brief opening session will help you鸿运彩票下载网址 set writing goals...
Feb 12

An Evening with Sarah Broom

Cubberley Auditorium
Sponsored by The Stanford Storytelling Project and The McCoy Center for Ethics in Society Join us for a special evening with Sarah M. Broom, author of The Yellow House, winner of the 2019 National Book Award and featured on dozens of...

Academic Advising


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Stanford in New York

It was incredible to understand the interconnectivity of work, academics, and passion projects while in New York. I had a ton of support from Project for Public Spaces colleagues, Stanford in New York staff and teachers, and on-campus mentors to pursue independent public space research that related back to the work I was doing for PPS and to the classes I was taking. Recognizing that learning happens in many environments was an invaluable lesson that I will take forward with me wherever I go.
Helen Stroheker
Photo by Sam Hollenshead
Helen Stroheker. Photo by Sam Hollenshead


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