The Graduate Student Council held its first official meeting with its councilors of the 2020-21 academic year Wednesday evening.
CS 472: "Data Science and AI for COVID-19" allows undergraduate students, graduate students and people around the world to unite in the fight against the novel coronavirus.
The free CoviDB Speaker Series released its first video on Tuesday to educate the general public about all aspects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Voters elected 15 out of 18 candidates to the Graduate Student Council (GSC) this year. Four out of five incumbents who ran retained their seats.
Writing Medicine, a weekly workshop led by bestselling author and Director of Writing and Storytelling at Stanford’s Medicine and the Muse Program, gathers hundreds of healthcare individuals to explore creative writing and share their stories during the ongoing pandemic.
Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse (SARA) Office at Stanford hosted Sexual Assault Awareness Month events online for the first time.
Despite the cancellation of this year’s Admit Weekend, the University has continued to host events online for admits.
Launched by a group of strangers-turned-teammates, the Giving Tree Project allows volunteers to connect with populations vulnerable to COVID-19 for safe grocery delivery.
In their weekly meeting, the Graduate Student Council discussed the effects of COVID-19 on the newly developed Escondido Village Graduate Residences, which are set to open for the upcoming academic year.
A group of students from Stanford, Berkeley and USC launched Close, a web app that provides California residents information on local COVID-19 news.
Stanford alumnus Adam Pahlavan ’20 teamed up with his high school mentor, Serena McCalla, to turn her online summer research program idea into a reality.
In their weekly meeting, members of the Graduate Student Council endorsed resolutions supporting affordable graduate student housing and the rights of all Stanford service workers.
Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse (SARA) Office at Stanford has worked toward hosting Sexual Assault Awareness Month events online for the first time.
Here’s a running list of departments that will be accepting S/NC for courses taken in spring quarter. This list will be updated as more departments respond.
Because of the Santa Clara County “shelter-in-place” order, Stanford Blood Center has been seeing a lack of donors and is projected to lose over 700 blood products within the next 30 days.
During Monday’s course session for STRAMGT 524: “Longevity: Business Implications and Opportunities,” a new course offered at the Graduate School of Business, iRelaunch founder and chair Carol Fishman Cohen spoke to students about workforce re-entry after taking career breaks, especially for the age 50 and over demographic.
Graduate student workers at UCSC have been on strike for the past two weeks as a result of their demand for a $1,412 monthly cost of living adjustment.
Individuals may be advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from China due to coronavirus’ two-week incubation period. In this article, The Daily interviews three individuals who have self-isolated.
In an event held at El Centro on Friday afternoon, former Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar Lopez Rivera discussed his experiences as a community organizer and his vision for Puerto Rico.
The unnamed individual, who was revealed to have the virus on Jan. 31, is one of two people within the county who have been infected with the coronavirus.
In a campus-wide initiative to eliminate food insecurity, the Associated Students of Stanford University partnered with Stanford Food Recovery to integrate a food sharing app, ShareMeals, into the Stanford community.
At Tuesday’s “A Conversation about the New York Times 1619 Project,” project creator Nikole Hannah-Jones and contributing writer Kiese Laymon discussed inequality present in education, faculty diversity and the role of allies.